London Skid policy traing presentations to LOTAMB 3-12-12

LoTAMB are funding the second phase of the London Skid Policy, this phase of work is undertaking the several pieces of work pieces of work one of these pieces of work is training.


The training was undertaken by WDM on the 3rd December 2012 at the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, the training was split into five separate sessions;


Session 1      Introduction to skidding.

Session 2      London Skid project – Overview

Session 3      The principles of the London Skid policy

Session 4      The London Skid Project – Site Prioritisation

Session 5      Initial Investigation Exercise


PDF’s of the presentations are available below.

Download this file (LOTAMB training_2012_session 2.pdf)LOTAMB training_2012_session 2.pdf761 kB871 Downloads
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TLHM Highway Systems II Strategic Business Case

Strategic Business Case proposal to LoTAG Asset Management Board LoTAMB.

The main focus of the project is to develop common standards in data exchange, configuration and information reporting, and to maximise the overall exploitation of the current main Highways Systems (Symology, Confirm, Exor and Mayrise) by the Local Authority Highways Departments.
This will be achieved by working with the systems vendors and Boroughs to identify where use of the Highways Systems has reached an advanced state of development which supports an efficient and effective delivery of Highways services..........

Registered users please click on the link below for the full document

TLHM Report on Highway Systems

A survey to document information about each system in use in the Highways Departments of the 33 London Boroughs and Transport for London.
The survey had the following objectives:
• To ascertain an accurate status of the current position in relation to these IT systems
• To provide sufficient information to allow the Board to decide on the scale of future joint working/collaborative opportunities
• To support the introduction of comparative benchmarking across London Local Authorities (if applicable)

This was Phase I, Phase II funded by LoTAMB is currently ongoing.

Registered users please click on the link below to see the findings