List of Roads

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Dear Surrey County Council,

This request is being made under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. I would like to request a list of roads and their classifications within your remit - including those that are generally not signposted - in addition to the standard M, A and B roads. These tend to go by the designations C, D or U, although the exact details vary by area and may differ from any or all of these. A map detailing these roads would be appreciated but is not necessary for you to fulfil your obligation.

Yours faithfully,

James Carter

FOI, Surrey County Council

Dear Mr Carter
YOUR REQUEST REF NO. 12606  UNDER THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000

Thank you for your request for information received on 13 April 2015.
 Your request reference is as above.

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Freedom of Information Officer (Mondays to Thursdays only)
Corporate Information Governance Team
Legal & Democratic Services
Surrey County Council
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From:        James Carter <[FOI #263422 email]>
To:        FOI requests at Surrey County Council <[Surrey County Council request email]>,
Date:        13/04/2015 02:27
Subject:        Freedom of Information request - List of Roads

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Dear Surrey County Council,

This request is being made under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. I
would like to request a list of roads and their classifications within
your remit - including those that are generally not signposted - in
addition to the standard M, A and B roads. These tend to go by the
designations C, D or U, although the exact details vary by area and may
differ from any or all of these. A map detailing these roads would be
appreciated but is not necessary for you to fulfil your obligation.

Yours faithfully,

James Carter

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George Emmett, Surrey County Council

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Dear Mr Carter

We have considered your request which was for a list of roads and their
classifications within the administrative area of covered by Surrey County
Council.  I now enclose the following information:

1. Copies of our combined (complete County) Road Registers. One sorted by
classification (A, B and C - classified, D - unclassified public highways)
and the other sorted by name.

2. Our current update sheets showing additions since the Road Registers
were created (they are run annually at the beginning of April).

3. A visual representation of this information can be viewed using the
Surrey Interactive Map on our public website by following the link below:-

[1]http://new.surreycc.gov.uk/maps/surrey-i...

To display the data select Roads and Transport > Road Network and then
'Refresh Map'.

We supply this information based on your original request. Please do not
hesitate to contact me at the above address if you have any queries
regarding the information enclosed.  Remember to quote the reference
number above in any future communications.

You are advised that the information attached is subject to copyright in
that it is owned by Surrey County Council and/or its contractor/s unless
otherwise stated.  
The supply of information under the Freedom of Information Act does not
give the recipient an automatic right to re-use those documents in a way
that would infringe copyright, for example, by making multiple copies,
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your own purposes under the “fair dealing” provisions of the Copyright
Design and Patents Act 1998 (S.29 and S.30), which allows use for the
purposes of research for non-commercial purposes, private study,
criticism, review and news reporting.

Any other re-use would require the permission of the copyright holder.
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Yours sincerely

George Emmett

George Emmett
Highway Boundary Team Leader
Highways Information Team
Network and Asset Management Group
Surrey Highways
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