We have a Highway and Transport Working Group, which focuses on concerns about highways and transport.
The group includes representatives from:
- Rutland County Council
- elected members
- emergency services
Raising a concern about traffic, road safety or parking
If you have a highway or transport related concern, contact one of the following:
- your parish or town council
- your ward's councillor
- your member of parliament
- the Rutland Access Group
Stakeholders will then consider the matter and decide whether to raise the issue with the County Council. In such cases, we request that the stakeholder provide supporting evidence (in the form of a minuted resolution) highlighting that the issue is a matter of concern for their community.
If you would like to submit a concern please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information on how to do so.
Data protection: Please note, for those raising a highway or transport concern, our privacy notice outlines how your personal data will be handled.
Note – If you wish to report a maintenance problem, this should be done via FixMyStreet
How are concerns handled?
Concerns received will be dealt with as per the process outlined in the report to Cabinet on 18 September 2018 and considered by the Working Group.
Please note - under normal circumstances feasibility studies (where required) relating to any concerns raised will be started within 9 months of the concern being submitted. However, please note that whilst new concerns can still be raised, due to the current situation regarding COVID 19, timescales will be delayed as it will not be possible to carry out on site assessments during this time as pedestrian, traffic and speed survey data will not be representative of normal conditions.
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 next Highways and Transport Working Group meeting is scheduled for 15 December 2020.
The agenda for this meeting can be downloaded here: December 2020 HTWG agenda.
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 Cabinet meeting.
If you wish to make representations about a scheme being considered, this must be done through your local Councillor.
Minutes of previous Highways and Transport Working Group meetings are provided below.
Updates on all concerns received can be found in the latest progress report.