- 21 Dec 2017
FOI reference: FOI/17/02686
Date received: 8 November 2017
Date responded: 21 December 2017
Any records, reports, call logs or documented information relating to any calls of cones being in the middle of the A1 carriageway on 9th January 2017.
Any records or reports documenting the Police/Traffic Scotland attending this call on 9th January 2017.
Any records, calls or reports documenting the date and time you contacted Amey Highways Ltd to notify them of the cones.
Any records, reports, call logs or documented information stating when Amey Highways Ltd contacted you to advise that this had been rectified and the road was now re-opened.
Any records, reports, call logs or documented information stating when Amy Highways Ltd contacted you to advise they had closed the road and were rectifying the matter.
Any records, reports, call logs or documented information documenting contact with Amey Highways Ltd in relation to this matter.
1. It is the responsibility of our Operating Company Amey to respond to incidents on the A1 Trunk Road. I can confirm that they received 1 call from theTraffic Scotland Customer Care Line. This was reported to the supervisor who subsequently contacted the Traffic Management crew to instruct them to investigate the site. Annex A is the call log and incident report.
I can confirm that Traffic Scotland have no other records of any incidents on the A1 at that time.
While our aim is to provide information whenever possible, in this instance Transport Scotland does not have the information you have requested in relation to Police Scotland. Therefore we are refusing your request under the exception at regulation 10(4)(a) of the EIRs. The reasons why that exception applies are that Transport Scotland do not hold Police Scotland records.
However, you may wish to contact Police Scotland at email@example.com who may be able to help you.
2. Please refer to point one of this response.
3. Please refer to point one of this response.
4 and 5. Our Operating Company, Amey did not notify anyone of this incident as they had operatives on site that could address the issue quickly when notified. The road did not need to be closed. The cone was removed and call closed within 20mins of being notified. Amey Customer Care logged the call at 23:44. The call was closed at 00:05.
6. Please refer to point one of this response.
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Central Enquiry Unit
Phone: 0300 244 4000
The Scottish Government
St Andrew's House