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  • About

    MK Highways is a collaborative partnership between MK Council Highways team and Ringway Infrastructure Services (RIS) Ltd The contract started on ...

  • FAQs

    Below are answers to the most frequently asked questions about our services. Choose a category on the right to see detailed questions for a specific s...

  • News

    MK Highways produces a monthly newsletter addressing seasonally or topical issues being delivered by the team and its service provider Ringway. The ne...

  • Feedback

    Here at MK Highways we are continually looking to enhance our service to the public so we encourage all feedback both on the service we provide and th...

  • Innovation

    These pages have been created to show how MK Highways and their service provider Ringway are using modern technology to help deliver an enhanced servi...

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  • Video gallery

    The video gallery is provided to enable the viewer to interact with a visual media to further explain in graphic detail about how new materials are be...

  • Works

    MK Highways in collaboration with its service provider Ringway has been building a 5 year works programme. This is in support of our Asset Management ...

  • Footways & Redways

    The objective for the authority is to maintain the existing footways/cycleways to a condition that enables them to function effectively, provide a saf...

    • Improving footways & redways

      MK Highways is in to its 5th year of its footway/redway improvement programme and has targeted the areas both in need of most attention and also utili...

    • Footways schemes

      Footways in Milton Keynes total around 1450 kilometres with a variety of surface types ranging from tarmac to block paving, estates are generally cons...

    • Redway schemes

      Redways (cycleways) in Milton Keynes total around 350 kilometres. These cycleways transect and connect all estates within the designated area of Milto...

    • Asset management

      Milton Keynes Council's highway infrastructure is its most valuable asset, valued at £5.5 billion. It provides a transportation network for both busi...

    • Potholes

      In April 2011 the Government announced an initiative to review the pothole problem under the umbrella of the Department for Transport sponsored Highwa...

  • Carriageways

    The main aim is to have a carriageway (road) network maintained to a level that ensures a surface that is safe and accessible for all users and provi...

    • Improving our roads

      Historically capital budgets have been insufficient to maintain the existing network to a steady state condition and the strategy has been to prioriti...

    • Surface treatments

      A number of different processes are available to the MK Highways team when selecting the right treatment for a road surface. It is a decision based on...

    • Potholes

      In April 2011 the Government announced an initiative to review the pothole problem under the umbrella of the Department for Transport sponsored Highwa...

    • Asset management

      Milton Keynes Council's highway infrastructure is its most valuable asset, valued at £5.5 billion. It provides a transportation network for both busi...

  • Street Lighting

    The authorities objective for Street lighting is to undertake a programme of capital replacement of the existing stock over a fixed life to move towar...

    • Improving our street lighting

      MK Highways together with its term service provider Ringway is carrying out a major works programme to improve street lighting across the borough. Thi...

    • Street light services

      MK Highways and its service provider Ringway provide Street Lighting services in Milton Keynes in accordance with national guidance, good practice and...

    • Asset management

      Milton Keynes Council's highway infrastructure is its most valuable asset, valued at £5.5 billion. It provides a transportation network for both busi...

  • Bridges & Drainage

    The objective for the authority is to maintain the existing structures and drainage asset to a level of condition that enables them to function effect...

    • Improving Our Bridges

      MK Highways together with its service provider - Ringway - has been carrying out a variety of improvement works to structures across Milton Keynes, th...

    • Bridges schemes

      The Bridges & Highways Structures department are based at Bleak Hall, they have responsibility for all bridges, structures, underpasses and Porte Coch...

    • Drainage schemes

      Drainage schemes can vary in size, complexity and cost and range from minor works such as upgrading a storm water carrier drain to constructing a floo...

    • Flooding

      The strategic objective for drainage has to be considered in line with the authorities role as Lead Local Flood Authority (LLFA), this establishes a r...

    • Maintaining drainage

      It is important to the overall management of the highway to ensure that wherever possible the drainage is working effectively, this will ensure that t...

    • Asset management

      Milton Keynes Council's highway infrastructure is its most valuable asset, valued at £5.5 billion. It provides a transportation network for both busi...

  • Transport Schemes

    Milton Keynes Council undertakes a variety of schemes in order to support the implementation of its Transport Policy and Strategy, these are related t...

    • Transport policy

      The Transport Vision and Strategy constitute the council's third Local Transport Plan (LTP) for Milton Keynes. The Transport Vision and Strategy set o...

    • Major projects

      MK Highways undertakes major transport schemes within Milton Keynes that also may have regional transport importance, these are referred to as 'Major ...

    • Transport projects

      Transport Projects are delivered by MK Highways in conjunction with their service provider (Ringway). We undertake around 75 schemes each year, these ...

    • SMART Projects
  • Case studies

    Milton Keynes undertakes all its schemes in line with its asset management policy, strategy and plan. We plan and undertake works with our service pro...

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