The PCIS Support Contract will be running a Regional Seminar Series for 2010. The Manchester seminar will be on 16th November, the London seminar date is still to be confirmed. Book a place by emailing us.
14 October 2010
Technical Notes 45 and 46 versions have been published for 2010/11.
8 October 2010
27 August 2010
Technical Notes TN41, TN42 and TN43 for 2010/11 have been published. They provide guidance for UKPMS developers to produce reports for Welsh, Northern Irish and Scottish Performance Indicators.
20 August 2010
Ruleset RP10.01 has been published to provide the UKPMS Annual Health Check 2010 documents. The RP10.01 database and RP10.01 Specification document has been released.
20 August 2010
Technical Note 47 has been published to provide guidance to UKPMS developers in producing the Footway Network Survey (FNS) Network Indicator Report.
23 July 2010
Technical Note 46, Parts 1 and 2, along with Advice Note 9, Parts 1 and 2, have been published to provide guidance to UKPMS developers to allow them to produce various reports for 2010/11 for financial information to support asset management as requested by the Highways Asset Management Financial Information Group (HAMFIG).
2 July 2010
A new version of UKPMS User Manual Volume 2, Chapter 9, has been issued. It has an amended chapter structure and describes describes the UKPMS Footway Network Survey.
30 April 2010
Part 1 of the final version of Technical Note 46 has been issued. This document gives the HAMFIG information requirements for carriageways. Part 2 of the Technical Note will give the requirements for footways and cycle tracks.
30 April 2010
Rule Set Changes from RP8.01 to RP9.01 - Summary for UKPMS Users has been published. RP9.01 is specified for the 2009/10 PI reports and will support the loading of 2010/11 SCANNER survey data. These changes have no impact on the Performance Indicator calculations.
15 April 2010
The Roads Board Advisory Group met in Birmingham today. Topics under discussion included Funding in a Tight Climate (Matthew Lugg), Updating Well-maintained Highways (Lila Tachtsi), Deterioration Modelling: Recent Research (Matthew Byrne), and Traffic Speed Deflectometer (Les Hawker).
5 March 2010
The Pavement Condition Management Group met today at the Department for Transport in London to discuss the progress of the PCIS Supoprt Contract.
23 February 2010
Kevin Fuller is stepping down from Chairing the Footways and Cycle tracks Management Group, and hence his membership of the Pavement Condition Management Group and the Roads Board Advisory Group. Steve Spender, of Hampshire County Council, will be taking his place.
1 February 2010
UKPMS documentation is being updated and/or created to accommodate the new Footways Network Survey.
26 January 2010
The final versions of Technical Notes TN44 and TN45 have been published. This replaces version 1.02 for each document.
17 December 2009
The Pavement Condition Management Group convened to discuss the progress of the PCIS Support Contract, actions following the completion of the Review of UKPMS Core Functionality, and West Midlands SCANNER data.
4 November 2009
A new version of the SCANNER Specification volumes have been published, superseding those published in 2007.
30 October 2009
27 October 2009
An updated version of Technical Note 3 (HMDIF File Structures and Content) has been released incorporating the new Footway Network Survey (developed by the Footways and Cycle tracks Management Group).
22 October 2009
A Provisional Technical Note 46 (TN46) has been released. This provides guidance for UKPMS Developers to allow them to produce various reports for 2009/10 for financial information to support asset management as requested by the Highways Asset Management Financial Information Group (HAMFIG). A corresponding Commentary document has also been released comprising additional background explanation for the changes introduced.
19 October 2009
The package for the 2009 Annual Health Check of accredited UKPMS systems is now available for UKPMS developers. The Health Check is intended to provide ongoing routine assurance that UKPMS systems continue to meet UKPMS requirements including the current rule set and national reporting.
The Annual Health Check is only carried out on fully accredited UKPMS systems and supplements rather than replaces the UKPMS Comparability Tests. Passing the Comparability Tests continues to be a requirement for any new systems that wish to become UKPMS Accredited.
14 October 2009
9 October 2009
The Roads Board Advisory Group convened to discuss:
30 September 2009
The PCIS website structure has been developed and content is now being written.
12 June 2009
The Roads Board Advisory Group has now been formed.
17 March 2009
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