Transport (planning policy)
Arun Transport Study: Waste Site Allocation Transport Addendum - Final Report - Study 3 (2014)
A study to identify the impacts on the existing transport infrastructure from two strategic waste sites allocated in the emerging West Sussex Waste Local Plan (prepared by West Sussex County Council – WSCC in partnership with the South Downs National Park Authority – SDNPA) and a recent planning permission for one of these sites.
As part of the evidence base for the Arun Local Plan, the ‘Arun Transport Study for Strategic Development – Options and Sustainable Transport Measures’ was prepared in March 2013 by consultants WSP. The study included an assessment of strategic development locations within the District and identified the impact of these development options on committed transport infrastructure and public transport services. Where required, appropriate mitigation measures were then identified to minimise these impacts.
Proposals for the allocation of two strategic waste sites in Arun DC, at Hobbs Barn and Ford, were not included in the Arun Transport Study. However, in June 2013 WSCC undertook a junction sensitivity test of the A259 Crookthorn Lane/Church Lane roundabout at Climping to assess additional HGV generation at these sites with the Arun DC Local Plan forecast flows. The test concluded that the likely impact on future capacity would be relatively minor and that the proposed mitigation set out in the Arun Transport Study, to widen the westbound A259 approach, would satisfactorily address any residual cumulative impacts.
This study, commissioned by Arun DC, builds on the work already carried out and to provide further technical evidence to assess two Waste Management Facility sites, as identified in the emerging West Sussex Waste Local Plan. As such the outcomes of this study should be read as an addendum to the 2013 Arun Transport Study.
West Sussex Transport Plan 2011-2026
Air Quality and Screening Updating Assessment
A29 Realignment Feasibility Study (July 2014)
This study builds on previous studies which investigated route options and the viability of the realignment of the A29. The study, prepared by SYSTRA Ltd considers in greater detail the realigned route with northern and southern tie-in options. It includes highway designs; an environmental appraisal; transport assessment and a financial viability and delivery plan.
Local Plan Business Survey Report (July 2014)
Local Plan Business Survey Report July 2014.pdf [pdf] 2MB This report presents the findings of a business survey which asked respondents to indicate their level of support for potential improvements to the highway infrastructure.
A259 Route Improvement Study (2013)
The Enterprise Bognor Regis Transport Review 2017
EBR_TransportReview_November_2017.pdf [pdf] 2MB
Appendix A TRICS Trip Rates.pdf [pdf] 213KB
Appendix B Strategic Locations Map.pdf [pdf] 11MB
Appendix C Trip Distribution Plots.pdf [pdf] 2MB
Appendix D Junction Key Map - Development Scenario without Mitigation.pdf [pdf] 4MB
Appendix E Summary Sheet of Model Results.pdf [pdf] 600KB
Appendix F Junction Mitigation Drawings:
A27_A29 Arundel 103800_D010.pdf [pdf] 164KB
A259_B1287 Littlehampton 103800_D023.pdf [pdf] 141KB
A27_A280 ITB9105-GA-028.pdf [pdf] 312KB
Felpham Relief Road 103800_D018.pdf [pdf] 315KB
Fontwell Eastern 103800_D007.pdf [pdf] 125KB
Fontwell West 1186-05.pdf [pdf] 627KB
Nyton Road 103800_D005.pdf [pdf] 140KB
Rowan Way 103800_D017.pdf [pdf] 240KB
The Causeway Arundel 103800_D011.pdf [pdf] 114KB
Wyke Junction JMY8840-19.pdf [pdf] 92KB
Arun Transport Study Stage 3 Report and Appendices
The Arun Transport Study Stage 3 Report can be found here
Arun Transport Study Stage 3 Report.pdf [pdf] 2MB
Please find below the appendices
A27 Arundel Bypass PC