LCRIG supports Blackpool Council in bid for connected vehicles initiative
LCRIG has supported a bid for Blackpool Council’s bid for the Department for Transport’s connected vehicles initiative. If Blackpool are successful, it will use high definition, vehicle mounted cameras to collect road and footway condition data. This data will improve highway inspectors’ productivity, enabling surface condition to be assessed, reduce costs, and minimise the impact of personal injury claims thereby releasing resources for reinvestment in highway and footway projects. LCRIG partner councils offer a variety of road and footway environments within which to test the hardware and software packages. It is anticipated that, if proven successful, all will adopt this highway condition monitoring method. The scheme could then be rolled out to other local authorities and road maintenance organisations through Blackpool’s RAMS Framework.
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