Reporting Our Performance
The Roads, Traffic and Transportation department is committed to providing best value for residents and users of our transport network. We want to share with our customers and partners how well we are doing in meeting our key performance measures and standards.
|% of customer enquiries/requests through the Roads Management System closed off within 10 working days||97|
|% of abnormal load notifications dealt within 10 working days||100|
|Total number of enquiries received under the Freedom of Information Act||26|
In June 2009 The Scottish Government published 'Go Safe on Scotland's Roads - It's Everyone's Responsibility'. This document sets out the Scottish Road Safety Framework to 2020 and a vision that there will be "A steady reduction in the numbers of those killed and those seriously injured, with the ultimate vision of a future where no-one is killed on Scotland's roads, and the injury rate is much reduced." The Scottish Road Safety Targets are set against a baseline of the average Scottish figures for 2004 - 2008. Clackmannanshire Council has made good progress in helping to achieve these, the most recent road safety figures are shown in the table below.
|Number of Casualties|
|Severity||2015 Reduction||2004 - 2008 Average||2007 - 2011 Average||2015 Target|
|People Seriously Injured||43%||20.6||15.8||11.7|
|Children (aged <16) Killed||35%||0.2||0.2||0.13|
|Children (aged <16) Seriously Injured||50%||3.6||2.6||1.8|
|People Slightly Injured||10%||94.4||82.6||85.3|
The Council has responsibility for maintaining the areas 9000 lighting columns. The Council aims to respond to lamp outages within 5 working days. The table below shows the current performance indicators for street lighting.
|% repairs within 7 days||88.85|
|Average time (days) taken to repair||4.6|
|% of street lights not working as planned on any one evening||1.07|
In 2010, Audit Scotland agreed a targeted approach to following-up a small number of performance audit reports each year to promote local impact. One of the reports selected for targeted follow-up in 2011/12 is Maintaining Scotland's roads: a follow-up report, which was published in February 2011.
The aim of the follow-up work was to assess the progress the Council has made in improving its management of road maintenance, focusing on road asset management planning, performance management and maximising value for money.
A performance audit was carried out in May / June 2012. The report below:- 'Maintaining Scotland's roads: Targeted follow-up audit' outlines our progress.