This page contains information on ORR’s approach to the activities we are responsible for in the second Road Investment Strategy (RIS2), in particular the efficiency review. It also includes links to some of the key pieces of evidence that informed our work.
Rail Regulator, the Office of Rail and Road (ORR), has today set out its initial view of Network Rail's five year plans to spend more than £34bn (£30bn in England and Wales and £4bn in Scotland) to 2024 (known as Control Period 6 or CP6).
31 March 2017This page contains details of joint research by ORR and Transport Focus into what road users want from England’s motorways and major A roads, and how they would like to see that measured and reported to help boost performance.In ORR’s approach to the second Road Investment Strategy which will span the period between 2020 and 2025, which was published in December 2016, we set our some
2 February 2017ORR published its first annual assessment of Highways England’s performance in July 2016. It was broadly positive, but we reported concerns that the company needs to establish more robust long-term plans for investment delivery and asset management.Our update reports on progress in two areas:Highways England’s development of a robust capital baseline plan; andits work to improve
This page contains details of the Office of Rail and Road’s (ORR’s) work in informing its input into the second Road Investment Strategy (RIS2) 2020/21-2024/25.A key aspect of ORR’s role as Highways Monitor is to provide advice to the Secretary of State for Transport in relation to draft Road Investment Strategies – and in particular, whether the Strategies set for Highways England are both
This study aims to understand the capacity constraints within Highways England’s (HE) supply chain which could influence deliverability of the first Road Investment Strategy (RIS1) (2015/16 –2019/20).The Office of Rail and Road (ORR) commissioned Credo Business Consulting LLP to undertake a fieldwork study with representatives of HE’s supply chain, capturing input from across all tiers of supplier