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Mark Allan & Paul Cullen DTM “Roads and Streetworks Management and Co-ordination”. TfL Better Road and Streetworks Management. An Industry Change of Culture Partnership Participation Co-ordination Best Practice development Training Standards Awareness. TfL’s Objectives.

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TfL Better Road and StreetworksManagement

  • An Industry Change of Culture
    • Partnership
    • Participation
    • Co-ordination
  • Best Practice development
    • Training
    • Standards
    • Awareness
slide3

TfL’s Objectives

To co-ordinate its activities throughout the business cycle:

  • Planning
  • Programming
  • Delivery
slide4

The Initial Business Requirements

  • Internal co-ordination of programmes
  • Better management information
  • Changed business processes
slide5

The Business Process - As We Are

Year A

  • Business Plan assembled
  • Some schemes enter programme

Year B

  • Programming of scheme delivery
  • Delivery - Stewards notify TfL of works whereabouts
slide6

The Business Process - As We Want To Be

Year A

  • All potential schemes enter database
  • Co-ordinated business plan assembled
  • Some schemes enter programme

Year B

  • Co-ordinated Programming of scheme delivery
  • Permitted Delivery - Stewards request location - and time-specific access to TfL network
slide7

The Clearview System

  • Database
  • Mapping
  • Communicationsand
  • Street gazetteer
slide8

Participants

Today - TLRN

  • Business Planners
  • Programming Engineers
  • TfL Stewards
  • Utilities

And tomorrow??

  • All Utilities
  • Boroughs
slide9

TfL Programme Co-ordination - Key Features

  • Planned Works initially
  • Participation with the Utilities
  • Voluntary extension of the Code of Practice/EToN for scheme co-ordination
slide10

Publishing The Data

Now to:

  • TfL Delivery Divisions
  • Stewards

Ideally:

  • Utilities
  • Boroughs

Eventually:

  • The Public and others
slide11

Clearview - Overview

  • Integrated network management, co-ordination and permitting interface
  • In development at TfL
  • Will deliver:
    • A central repository of planned works
    • At-a-glance visibility of all proposed works on the network
    • Accurate GIS mapping of works
    • Full database capability (Oracle platform)
    • Scheme Works Permitting
slide12

Clearview - Overview Continued

  • It will allow the business to:
    • Better plan and co-ordinate works
    • Mitigate predicted impact of works
    • Make effective permitting decisions
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Clearview - Scheme Planning & Delivery

CO-ORDINATORS OF STREET AND ROAD WORKS

  • TfL Delivery Teams
  • Streets
  • Buses
  • Other

Role of Co-ordinators:

Will have visibility of Schemes and Works

co-ordination, planning and delivery to

minimise disruption.

Where TfL is the permitting authority, the

system will help manage permitting and

enforcement.

  • Others
  • Boroughs
  • Royal Parks
  • Highway Authorities
  • Utilities
slide14

Clearview - Scheme Planning & Delivery

Users of Street and Roadworks Information

  • TfL
  • LTCC
  • Corporate
  • Business Planning

Role of Others:

Will use the management system as a

source of information to help shape their

own policies and plans.

  • Others
  • Media/Public
  • Police
  • Network Rail
  • Motoring Organisations
  • Other Organisations
  • (Freight, Pedestrian, etc.)
  • Counties
  • Central Government
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Requirements for good street & roadworks data

  • Good IT systems
  • Quality-assured data
  • Proactive challenge of works notices
  • Scrutiny of data submitted by the promoters of works
slide24

Quality Gazetteer requirements

  • Creation of a Quality Pan-London Level 3 Gazetteer
  • Maintenance and ownership of data
slide25

Utilising existing legislation to better effect

To deal with:

  • Traffic Sensitivity
  • Special Engineering Difficulties (SED)
  • Reinstatement Category
  • Protected Streets
  • And others..
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Enhancements to EToN

Requested in TfL’s COP response:

  • Impact of works on various modes of transport (vehicles, buses, pedestrians, cyclists)
  • Time of works (day/night, etc.)
  • Locality within a street (footway,/carriageway lane, etc)
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