Together with our associated companies, Ringway teams are responsible for looking after over 50,000 kms of the UK’s highways network – we deliver specialist highway services across the largest highways maintenance portfolio within the UK, including strategic road network, DBFO motorway and trunk roads, and the local authority network.
We are private sector partners, dedicated to delivering public services. We offer best practice maintenance services through local solutions which make an impact in the communities in which we operate. We take pride in offering a dedicated, flexible approach which supports our clients, underpinned by the recruitment, development and retention of a locally based workforce and supported by a close community of trusted supply-chain partners.
Self-delivery is core to our business model. Working together with our clients we deliver cyclic and reactive maintenance, incident response, severe weather operations, surfacing and specialist treatments with local accountability and people who take pride in the services they deliver.
The County is served by some key strategic motorways and trunk roads, and as a result, the transport infrastructure plays a vital role in helping residents and others get from A to B. The performance of the transport network influences the Worcestershire economy, environment and the quality of life and, since 2005, Ringway has been maintaining and improving this important asset.
The scope of work our teams undertake in Worcestershire ranges from routine cyclic and reactive highway maintenance, gully cleaning, grass cutting and weed control, emergency response, winter maintenance, surfacing, surface dressing, patching, road marking and studs, signs, vehicle safety fencing, traffic management, bridgeworks, fleet maintenance and recycling of carriageway arisings.
Our teams are committed to delivering a high quality highway service day in day out in partnership with the Council and local communities.
We can provide these works at rates which have been approved by Worcestershire County Council to give best value to the people of Worcestershire.
Our information pack contains everything you need to know about requesting a dropped crossing for access to your property over a footway or verge including information on planning, drainage and off-road requirements. For further information on planning requirements in Worcestershire, please visit www.planningportal.gov.uk
Our step by step process is easy to follow and includes supporting information to help answer any questions you may have. The pricing guide will enable you to get an idea of cost, as we know that is the most important element for you.
Please download our PDF information pack for you to fill out, or if you prefer we can post a copy. Once completed, please return to the address provided within the pack.
For more information or to make a general enquiry please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org where our experienced engineer can provide assistance with your enquiry.
Please visit Worcestershire County Council for more information.
The ‘New City’ is a unique proposition, with over 300km of dedicated redways to be maintained alongside the famous grid road system totalling 1,170km of carriageways - as well as 1,800km of footways, 56,000 street lighting columns, 4,500 illuminated signs and electrical units, 791 bridges and 115 other structures. Ringway is responsible for all reactive, routine and cyclical maintenance – as well as street lighting, inspections, winter operations and management of the entire fleet from a dedicated workshop.
With a population growth rate more than double that of the UK average and plans for further expansion over the next 20 years, Milton Keynes depends on a resilient transport network to function and grow in a sustainable way. The work of Ringway teams keeps this network maintained and the City moving whilst offering efficiency, accountability and value. Throughout its tenure, Ringway will also draw upon the experience of its partners to provide advice to the Council on capital projects after the announcement of an ambitious £50 million investment programme for the borough’s highways.
Please visit Milton Keynes County Council for more information.
Island Roads is a partnership made up of VINCI Concessions, Meridiam Infrastructure and Ringway, providing a highway maintenance service for the Isle of Wight Council from April 2013 to 2038.
During one of the most intensive periods of carriageway and footway surfacing work on the Island we have, in road terms alone, laid over 1,000,000 metres of carriageway surfacing, the equivalent of a road stretching from the Island to London and then onto Luton.
The Isle of Wight Council will be retaining responsibility for a range of services including:
Highways PFI Contract Management
Transport Planning and development of LTP (including decisions on adoption of new highway assets)
Road Safety Education
Transport Strategy (Client role on LTP Integrated Transport Schemes and Traffic Regulation Orders)
Traffic Manager's Statutory Role
School crossing patrols
Transport Operation including Passenger Transport
Enforcement legal action through the Courts
Public Rights of Way, capital and reactive repairs to footpaths/bridleways (including signs and stiles); along with the trimming back of overhanging vegetation
Cowes Floating Bridge, bridge renewal along with operation and maintenance;
Parking enforcement both on and off street.
Please visit Isle of Wight Council for more information on travel, parking and streets.
Hounslow Highways is the highways service provider working on behalf of the London Borough of Hounslow, responsible for maintaining the roads, pavements and street lighting across the borough, as well as providing a number of other key services including street cleansing, winter maintenance and enforcement.
Since the Hounslow Highways contract started, we have been working hard to improve the appearance and quality of Hounslow's streets. So far, we have resurfaced 137km of roads, 146km of pavements and installed over 14,000 new LED street lights.
For more information please visit: hounslowhighways.org/
If you have an issue you would like to report to us, please submit an online form here.
Please visit London Borough of Hounslow for more information on travel, parking and streets.
Since 2017 Ringway teams have been delivery highway maintenance services for National Highways (previously Highways England) under the Maintenance and Response (M&R contracts) firstly with the South West (let 2017) and now the East region (let 2019). The key works undertaken include routine, reactive and cyclic maintenance, the winter service and incident response. In addition, since 2021 the Ringway teams have also been delivering the roadside technology maintenance services.
Both contract run for 15 years. The East area includes the strategic routes in the Counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Peterborough, Essex, Hertfordshire, Central Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes. The South West region includes routes within Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Dorset, Wiltshire and Gloucestershire.
We work closely with many partners, including ADEPT, CIHT and Plantlife.
Strategic Partner of CIHT
Ringway is a strategic partner in the CIHT Partnerships Network which is structured to draw in Partners from Private, Public and the Academic sectors for a well-rounded representation of the industry and to get different viewpoints on common issues. An integral part of the Partnerships Network is to share knowledge, expertise and experience. Ringway is committed to working together with all partners of the network to find solutions to the key challenges facing the highways and transportation industry.
Corporate Partner of ADEPT
Working with ADEPT to help shape thinking on future policy and practice.
Bespoke partnerships with Plantlife
Plantlife is a British conservation charity working nationally and internationally to save threatened wild flowers, plants and fungi.