Current DfT consultations.
limited to the area of Cycle Ipswich:
11 issues found for 'consultation':
Suffolk County Council are currently consulting on the proposal for 3 new crossings in Ipswich on the River Orwell. Cycle Ipswich would like as many people as possible to respond to this consultation, particularly noting the importance of cycle crossings, and protected cycle tracks, without cyclists and pedestrians having to share space, on any crossing which has motor vehicles.
You can take part in the survey on the Suffolk County Council website. https://www.suffolk.gov.uk/roads-and-transport/public-transport-bus-pass-and-transport-planning/upper-orwell-crossings/upper-orwell-crossings-consultation-survey/
There are a variety of staffed public exhibitions from Sunday 3rd July until Friday 22 July. Details of the exhibitions are on the SCC website. https://www.suffolk.gov.uk/roads-and-transport/public-transport-bus-pass-and-transport-planning/upper-orwell-crossings/upper-orwell-crossings-exhibitions-calendar/
There are also two threads on our Google group about this. https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/cycle-ipswich/-X1OasclqCM and https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/cycle-ipswich/e1wQFQWmBAE
DfT are running a consultation about the East Anglia rail franchise, which will be used for the specification which will be put to bidders in summer 2015 for the start of the next franchise in October 2016.
Suffolk County Council are proposing a blanket 20mph zone in this area.
Consultation proposal documents are at:- http://www.suffolk.gov.uk/your-council/decision-making/consultations/consultation-on-whitton-and-castle-hill-20mph-speed-limit-proposal/
Cycle Ipswich response (currently in draft):- https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Itk7qCLrdPB3nV5OPjwbszpG42uACzisIjZtjpfbiQI/edit?usp=sharing
From 17 February to Wednesday 5 March 2014, Suffolk County Council is seeking your views on proposals for the Nacton Road and Ransomes Way corridor in Ipswich.
A number of major developments have recently been completed in this area, with further development expected in the period leading up to 2026.
Residents and business owners living or working alongside roads that may be affected have been written to individually.
The county council appointed AECOM to carry out a study to identify and assess potential improvement schemes to meet the projected increase in traffic associated with development in this corridor.
The primary objective of the study was to maintain traffic capacity on these key routes whilst also providing enhanced facilities for pedestrians and cyclists and taking the needs of public transport services into account.
An exhibition of proposals will be held at Gainsborough Library in Clapgate Lane (IP3 ORL). Comment cards will be available at the venue to fill out. Alternatively comments can be emailed to Suffolk.LTP@suffolk.gov.uk.
View the study display board information here (PDF, 2.7Mb)
There is also an opportunity to request a comment card and hard copy version of the proposals by calling 01473 265923.
The county council would like to know what you think about the proposals.
Responses must be received no later than Wednesday 5 March 2014.
* New cycle facilities to allow cyclists to travel northbound on Orchard Street.
* A 'No Entry except for cyles' sign to be placed on the St Helen's Street/Orchard Street junction.
Description: New toucan crossing. No entry at Barrack Lane
Planned Start:Mid April 2014 Planned Finish Works due to last 6 weeks
One of the projects main objectives is to provide safe and convenient crossing facilities where the town’s main pedestrian and cycle routes cross busy main roads. This new scheme will link cycle facilities to the new Handford Road/ Portman Road junction.
The main objective for Barrack Corner is to extend the Portman Road pedestrian and cycle route northwards across Norwich Road by installing a new toucan crossing at the Norwich Road / Barrack Lane junction. This will link the housing areas north of Norwich Road with Ipswich Village and the east side of the town centre. To provide the crossing at the bottom of Barrack Lane it will be necessary to prohibit all vehicles except emergency vehicles from turning in or out of Barrack Lane at its junction with Norwich Road. This means drivers will use alternative routes, therefore access to the Barrack Lane Medical Centre will be signed from the Civic Drive /Berners Street roundabout and from the Norwich Road / Orford Street junction. Cycle access to / from Portman Road would be from a footway build out, which would be protected from parked cars by double yellow lines.
For further information, or to express comments, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
The formal consultation has now been set to run from Tuesday 25th February to Saturday 1st March.
Travel Ipswich (Ipswich Borough Council/Suffolk County Council have a new consultation re proposed designs for the junction of Norwich Road, Vallet Road, and Chevallier Street. This is a major route for people travelling north in and out of the city.
Travel Ipswich (Ipswich Borough Council/Suffolk County Council have a new consultation re proposed designs for the junction of Felixstowe Road, Nacton Road and Bishops Hill. It's a cross roads with one significant use arm at a 30 degree angle
Travel Ipswich (Ipswich Borough Council/Suffolk County Council have a new consultation re proposed designs for the junction of Woodbridge Road and Argyle Street. It is a t-junction of which 2 arms are one way and part of the gyratory.
479 threads found for 'consultation':
St Albans Cycle Campaign
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A discussion on issue Making permanent of the Healthy School Streets for Gospel Oak Primary School
John Chamberlain posted
A discussion on issue Public Realm & Road Safety Improvements on Cartwright Gardens
John Chamberlain posted
A discussion on issue Gray’s Inn Road Cycling, Walking & Road Safety Proposals
Jean Dollimore posted
A discussion on issue Camden Park Road, St. Augustine’s Road and Cliff Villas walking and cycling impr
Jean Dollimore posted
A discussion on issue
Central London Cycle Grid Section 1: Queensbridge Rd b/w Hackney Rd & Whiston Rd
Harry Fletcher-Wood posted
5 library items found for 'consultation':
No planning applications found for 'consultation'.