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Integrated Public Transport Strategy - Worcestershire County Council

Integrated Public Transport Strategy - Worcestershire County Council

Integrated Public Transport Strategy - Worcestershire County

THE LOCAL TRANSPORT PLAN 2001 - 2006

  • Page 2 and 3: THE LOCAL TRANSPORT PLAN 2001 - 200
  • Page 4 and 5: CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE BID REVISED DR
  • Page 6 and 7: The main targets and indicators for
  • Page 8 and 9: CHAPTER 3 - INTEGRATED PUBLIC TRANS
  • Page 10 and 11: CHAPTER 8 - TRAVELWISE 108 TravelWi
  • Page 12 and 13: Rail Freight 168 Water-borne Freigh
  • Page 14 and 15: Land Use Planning 234 Reducing Road
  • Page 16 and 17: INFLUENCES & OBJECTIVES 1
  • Page 18 and 19: Operable internal and external tran
  • Page 20 and 21: Delivery In delivering the LTP, Wor
  • Page 22 and 23: The Autumn consultations were held
  • Page 24 and 25: Targets Targets have been set for e
  • Page 26 and 27: accessibility of the site are compa
  • Page 28 and 29: ANALYSIS OF PROBLEMS AND OPPORTUNIT
  • Page 30 and 31: Bromsgrove is a dormitory town with
  • Page 32 and 33: Produced by Integrated Transport Te
  • Page 34 and 35: Overall, Worcestershire tends to ha
  • Page 36 and 37: A 456(T) Tourist Destination >100,0
  • Page 38 and 39: Waterways The River Severn (under t
  • Page 40 and 41: Except for Stourport, the main urba
  • Page 42 and 43: Concessionary Travel Schemes in Wor
  • Page 44 and 45: Taxis The Council recognises that t
  • Page 46 and 47: Regular Bus Service - Hourly or bet
  • Page 48 and 49: 1 Leominster Community Wheels 2 Toc
  • Page 50 and 51: Constraints on the Road Network Con
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    Constraints on the Rail Network Map

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    STRATEGY 39

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    Strategy Accessibility The strategy

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    constraining factors limiting the r

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    Table 3.1 Detailed Programme of Opt

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    Improve rail links between Evesham

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    Improve Rail links between Worceste

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    Provide a tourist/commuter link to

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    Customer Reasonable Requirements an

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    They are at their early stages and

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    Taxi The County Council aims to giv

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    Funding for a computerised transpor

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    Teme Rural Challenge Ltd The Teme R

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    Interchange Foregate Street Rail St

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    Interchange Malvern Link Rail Stati

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    Interchange Wythall Rail Station Bl

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    The design of the sites will be in

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    The overall aim of the group is to

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    CYCLING STRATEGY 73

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    The Worcestershire Cycling Strategy

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    Increased use of cycles for school

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    Walking Strategy 79

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    Aim & Objectives Aim The Principle

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    The urban centre has the highest le

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    Employer Travel Plans (ETP) are bei

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    School Travel Plans 87

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    ● Controlled car parking outside

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    Strategic Assessment A strategic as

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    School Name And Address Haybridge H

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    The enthusiasm and commitment of th

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    EMPLOYERS TRAVEL PLANS 97

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    The County Council is encouraging o

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    A business forum was arranged for J

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    Issue Accommodation Terms and Condi

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    Issue Action Availability of Pool V

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    TravelWise 107

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    need to work in partnership with Di

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    Road Safety Plan 111

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    Strategy The objectives will be ach

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    A partnership has been formed with

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    In March 2000 the County entered in

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    Speed Enforcement The County has re

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    The Highways Agency road safety pla

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    Summary of safety schemes and perfo

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    Table 9.6: Safety Schemes 1997 Loca

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    Table 9.8: Safety Schemes 1999/2000

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    Table 9.10 Worcestershire County Co

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    Worcestershire County Council Casua

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    Worcestershire County Council Pedal

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    Other Safety Initiatives 135

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    A very high proportion of the count

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    139 Chapter 10 - Other Safety Initi

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    Road Traffic Reduction Act 141

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    Parking Strategy 143

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    LOCAL AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT STRATE

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    Projections suggest that some of th

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    Pollutant Objective Date to be achi

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    Further monitoring was carried out

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    Intermediate Site ● Stourport Roa

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    This site was considered to be a wo

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    Cleaner / Greener Vehicles 157

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    Intelligent Transport Systems 159

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    Freight Strategy 161

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    Strategy The strategy brings togeth

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    The County Council currently hosts

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    Pollution Significant achievements

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    ● Southampton to the Midlands;

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    Land-Use Planning Existing problems

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    Attention will also be given to pro

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    Highway Maintenance 175 Chapter 17

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    177 Chapter 17 - Highway Maintenanc

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    With the recent acquisition of the

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    TABLE 17.1 Road lengths receiving s

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    Table 17.3 STRUCTURAL MAINTENANCE O

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    Graph 17b Other Maintenance This in

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    Table 17.6 187 Chapter 17 - Highway

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    Performance Indicators In 1999/2000

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    191 Chapter 17 - Highway Maintenanc

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    Objectives ● To contribute toward

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    Other Maintenance Target (Performan

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    Bridges 197

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    Bridge Assessment and Strengthening

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    With regard to the assessment of re

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    2761 Strensham SO 906415 C2104 Bour

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    A recent Principal Inspection of St

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    Salwarpe Canal This bridge carries

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    209 Chapter 18 - Bridges

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    Table 18.3 : LTP Programme for 2001

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    Road Schemes Major & Minor 213

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    In order to assist in putting forwa

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    INTEGRATION Transfer of traffic fro

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    Core And Non Core Trunk Roads 219

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    On the A449 at the A450 Goldness an

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    facilitated the first workshop to w

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    Other Transport Studies 225

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    Worcester City Package 227

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    The WITS is a balanced strategy whi

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    Safety ● WP2 - to reduce road dan

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    Traffic Impact on City Centre ● a

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    Reducing Roadspace Available To Gen

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    Monitoring Monitoring of the plan w

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    Northern Towns 239

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    The transport links to Redditch pro

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    Problems Public Transport - Bus The

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    Rural Worcestershire 245

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    A very high proportion of the count

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    Wider Policy Areas 249

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    Disability Discrimination Act Worce

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    Worcestershire Health Authority The

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    The Implementation Programme 2001-

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    Worcester: Continued implementation

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    Despite the relatively poor perform

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    Revenue Funding 1998-9 1998-99 1999

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    Provisional figures pending analysi

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    Table 26.7 Road Safety Bid Note: Al

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    Table 26.9 Integrated Public Transp

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    Table 26.11 Freight Strategy Figure

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    Table 26.13 Demand Management Figur

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    Table 26.15 Total Bid WCC bid eleme

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    Targets and Performance Indicators

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    Particular recognition is given to

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    Local Indicators (continued) Code T

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    iii) To ensure that all new residen

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    12) To allocate funds strategically

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    ii) To ensure that 100% of new deve

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    ii) West Mercia Police Crime Statis

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    ii) At least a10% reduction in chil

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    6) Promoting travel by public trans

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    iii) 20% increase in walking to wor

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    4) To identify accident clusters an

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    vi) To achieve a 5% increase in bus

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    7) Encourage the development of fre

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    6) To enhance the commercial viabil

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    π - Worcester City Monitoring Data

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    A seven point scoring system has be

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    A seven point scoring factor has be

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