Date published: 3 July 2015
Closing date: 25 September 2015
This was ORR's second consultation on its new Highways Monitor role. The Highways Monitor was established to monitor the performance and efficiency of Highways England (previously the Highways Agency) in its management and enhancement of the strategic road network – the motorways and major 'A' roads in England.
In addition to our monitoring functions, ORR also has enforcement powers in respect of Highways England. This document sets out how we intend to enforce compliance by Highways England with the Road Investment Strategy and statutory directions and guidance issued to it by the Secretary of State, as well as the options available to us in taking enforcement action (both statutory and non-statutory) against Highways England. We are consulting on our proposed enforcement policy and how we propose to carry out our enforcement functions.
The target audience for the consultation was all road sector stakeholders. This included road users, government, all parties involved with the management and enhancement of the strategic road network, and all those affected by it.
Final enforcement policy
- Enforcement policy for Highways England cover note
9 December 2015
- Enforcement policy for Highways England
9 December 2015
- Impact assessment
- Enforcement policy for Highways England - consultation document
- Draft enforcement policy for Highways England
Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE)
Chartered Institution for Highways and Transportation (CIHT)
Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA)
Department for Transport (DfT)
Highways Term Maintenance Association (HTMA)
Road Safety Foundation
Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA)
Sheffield City Region Combined Authority
How does ORR regulate?
ORR’s economic enforcement policy below shows our phased approach to taking action in order to incentivise better future results for rail and road users.