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Data Provider: Welsh Government National Statistics Proportion of local authority road network in need of further investigation due to its condition
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[Collapse]Wales13.211.911.2
WalesIsle of Anglesey11.710.98.9
Gwynedd9.49.210.7
Conwy10.710.79.4
Denbighshire9.68.78.4
Flintshire4.34.54.0
Wrexham16.713.812.8
Powys20.419.719.0
Ceredigion15.615.013.2
Pembrokeshire12.09.16.6
Carmarthenshire15.711.910.7
Swansea6.74.85.1
Neath Port Talbot6.75.64.3
Bridgend6.97.87.0
Vale of Glamorgan9.99.99.2
Cardiff6.96.85.2
Rhondda Cynon Taf9.99.38.6
Merthyr Tydfil7.65.95.1
Caerphilly8.87.06.6
Blaenau Gwent7.56.44.8
Torfaen6.45.75.4
Monmouthshire9.89.79.2
Newport8.67.95.3

Metadata

Title
Proportion of local authority road network in need of further investigation due to its condition

Last update
February 2017 February 2017

Next update
December 2017

Publishing organisation
Welsh Government

Source 1
Road condition data collection, Local Government Data Unit

Designation
National Statistics

Geographical coverage
Local authorities

Data licensing
You may use and re-use this data free of charge in any format or medium, under the terms of the Open Government License - see http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence

General description
Local Authorities, as the local highway authority, are responsible for County A roads, B and C roads and minor surfaced roads that they have adopted. They are responsible for nearly 33,000 kilometres of the road network.

Data collection and calculation
Based on inspection of the road surface using machine based SCANNER surveys. The figures for this indicator represent the percentage of the road network length that is equal to or above the RED threshold; that is in poor overall condition.

Frequency of publication
Annual

Keywords
Road Condition

Name
TRAN0143