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Redway schemes


Redways (cycleways) in Milton Keynes total around 350 kilometres. These cycleways transect and connect all estates within the designated area of Milton Keynes with links out to the traditional 'older towns' such as Bletchley, Newport Pagnell and Olney.
The objective for the authority is to maintain the existing redways to a condition that enables them to function effectively provide a safe surface for users and eliminate the backlog of repairs to ensure that the asset is managed in the most sustainable cost effective way.

The detailed approach to footways/redways is outlined in the lifecycle plan, this determines how schemes are prioritised in line with the split between preventative treatment schemes and needs based schemes in order to achieve a cost effective balance of preserving footways/redways that have not yet fully deteriorated and fixing those that have, schemes will be built up independent in each category.

Surveys are carried out annually to determine condition and provide priorities and programme lists with costs for each treatment type.

The capital investment realised by the 'Prudential Borrowing' has enabled an initial £6m investment over 2 years (2012 to 2014) to address the very worst sections of the network, this has arrested the decline and allowed the authority to start to plan towards a higher percentage of preventative treatments from 2016. 

Follow this link for details of this years programme.

Latest news

MK Highways recovers over £150,000 in damage costs to highway assets

MK Highways has taken a pro-active step towards recovering damage to our assets caused by drivers on our roads.

MK Highways secures £3.9 million funds for Highways Improvements

MK Highways submitted a 'Challenge' funding bid to the Department for Transport in March for capital funds to carry out highways improvements to the A509/A422 to upgrade assets. We were notified that our bid was successful today 1st August 2017


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