Rutland County Council operates a Highway and Transport Working Group focusing on highway and transport related concerns.
The Working Group, includes representatives from the County Council, Elected Members and partners in the emergency services.
Raising a concern about traffic, road safety or parking
Residents with a highway or transport related concern should contact one of the following stakeholders in the first instance.
- Their Parish or Town Council or Meeting,
- Their County Council Ward Member,
- Member of Parliament,
- The Rutland Access Group.
Stakeholders will then consider the matter and decide whether to raise the issue with the Council.
Note – If you wish to report a maintenance problem, this should be done via FixMyStreet
Concerns received will be dealt with as per the process outlined in the report to Cabinet on 18th September 2018 and considered by the Working Group.
The Council has several policies which help inform decision making on highway and transport concerns. These policies can be downloaded from the ‘downloads’ section of the Transport Strategy page.
Upcoming meeting details
The date of the next Highways and Transport Working Group Meeting is 4th June 2019. The agenda, along with any feasibility studies for consideration, will be published here one week in advance.
Note: This is not a public meeting. If you wish to see a list of the Group Membership, you can view the terms of reference included in the notes of the September 2018 meeting.
If you wish to make representations about a scheme being considered, this must be done through your local Councilor.
Highways and Transport Working Group Agenda – 4th June 2019.
Highways & Traffic Schemes for consideration:
Speed limit review for consideration:
Mobile speed indicator display studies:
Previous meetings and scheme progress
Progress on all submitted concerns and issues can be viewed in our HTWG scheme progress sheet
Minutes of previous Highways and Transport Working Group meetings are provided below.