- How much money in total was spent on transport(ii) from core funding(iii).
- How much of the money spent from core funding was spent on active travel (cycling and walking) infrastructure schemes. (iv)
- How much money was spent on active travel infrastructure schemes from monies secured from competitive bid or one-off grant funding(v).
- How much money was spent on active travel infrastructure from developer contributions(vi).
- For the financial year to 31 March 2021, please provide budget forecast or allocated amounts if final figures and accounts are not yet available.
- By spending on ‘transport’, we mean any spending relating to the authority’s role as a Highways Authority, including, for example, spending on new infrastructure projects, and maintenance and repair of existing infrastructure, but excluding spending on things like public transport subsidies.
- Core funding includes local transport funding settlements, monies allocated to transport budgets from year on year funding sources including revenue and council tax allocations, and all monies within any transport budgets save for grant or competitive bid funding (see footnote iv) or developer contributions (see footnote vi).
- Please include spending where the primary purpose was enabling active travel and the costs were incurred on active travel infrastructure, but not spending on wider initiatives such as urban realm improvements which may include some active travel benefits.
- Competitive bid and one-off grant funding includes any and all monies which the authority has applied or bid for, such as monies from the Emergency Active Travel Fund or the Transforming Cities Fund, which do not form part of core funding and are not accounted for within your response to this FoI request either as active travel spending from core funding (question 2), or active travel spending from developer contributions (question 4).
Developer contributions includes the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Planning Obligations under Section 106 of the Planning Act
|Highways Maintenance Revenue||2017/18||2018/19||2019/20||*2020/21|
|Cycle Route Maintenance Outturn||£111,489||£128,152||£118,977||£115,000|
|Public Rights Of Way (PROW) Outturn||£874,872||£597,274||£605,206||£612,000|
|Highways Structural Maintenance Capital|
|Cycleways, PROW & Unsurfaced Roads Outurn||£454,000||£643,000||£618,000||£1,580,000|
|Additional Competetive or One-off Funding Sources|
|Challenge Fund T2A Gornhay Cross||£2,490,000||£1,761,000|
|Challenge Fund Street Lighting||£4,943,000||£1,187,000|
|National Productivity Investment Fund Highways||£3,169,000|
|A380 Teign Viaduct Challenge Fund||£5,000,000|
|Gornhay Cross (CF T2A scheme)||£293,000||£207,000|
|Mill Street Footways||£44,000|
|*Actual outturn for 20/21 for HM Revenue and HSM Capital will be considered at the Cabinet meeting on 14th July. However, the 20/21 budget figures are provided.|
|FOI Transport Improvements||
Budget or Spend
From Core Funding
Grants (exlud LTP)
|Budget Active Travel (cycling & walking)||20/21||6,229,312||2,131,429||889,223||3,013,592||195,068|
|Spend on transport||19/20||17,238,711||3,171,623||11,111,976||501,100||2,454,011|
|Active Travel (cycling & walking)||19/20||3,533,861||1,032,958||1,946,283||348,668||205,952|
|Spend on transport||18/19||13,780,008||5,346,701||5,222,080||2,055,012||1,156,216|
|Active Travel (cycling & walking)||18/19||3,600,466||2,126,297||943,659||323,942||206,567|
|Spend on transport||17/18||21,453,809||8,860,962||10,126,753||1,733,995||732,100|
|Active Travel (cycling & walking)||17/18||6,258,800||2,849,476||2,850,460||549,695||9,168|