ENV 4b, c and d: Percentage of A, B and C class roads that should be considered for maintenance treatment
Summary definition

These three indicators calculate the proportion of A B and C and U class roads that councils need to consider repairing, together with the portion of roads requiring further investigation and/or monitoring.

'Considered for maintenance treatment' means that there is likely to be some defect in the condition of the road, but councils will need to carry out further investigation and plan their programme taking into account factors such as cost, user delays and safety concerns.

Why do we measure this?

Councils spend a significant amount of money on road maintenance.

This is a comparative indicator that looks at the quality of roads. It supplements the data on cost of road maintenance (Indicator ENV 4a)

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