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Asset management is a strategic, long term approach to planning optimal maintenance and enhancement of roads infrastructure to meet the needs of current and future customers.
Clackmannanshire has an extensive road asset network with an estimated value of around £0.5 billion. The network includes over 287km of carriageway, 430km of footway & footpath, over 8600 street lighting units and around 133 structures. These assets have a huge impact on the viability and vitality of the County's economy and way of life. The operation and maintenance of these fundamental assets must support the local area by delivering the required service to road users and by using public money wisely.
Clackmannanshire Council, like all public bodies, is being placed under increasing pressure to justify investment and to demonstrate that best use is being made of resources. We fully appreciate this situation and are taking positive and innovative steps to ensure our management practices are up to the challenge.
The Road Asset Management Plan (RAMP) 2015 is the third version of an infrastructure asset management plan and sets out the systematic approach adopted by Clackmannanshire Council for the management of its road assets.
Roads & Transportation
Kilncraigs, Greenside Street, Alloa, FK10 1EB
Tel: 01259 450000