Arun Active Travel Study 2020
Arun District Council commissioned 2020 Consultancy Solutions Ltd to undertake an Active Travel Study for the district (not including those areas within the South Downs National Park).
Active Travel focuses on modes of transport which require physical activity, such as walking (including wheelchair use), cycling, horse-riding.
The aim of the study is to identify how active travel networks currently work in the district. The study identifies routes where visitors and residents of the district can walk and cycle to key destinations such as shops, leisure and places of work, as conveniently as possible, to reduce car use and improve health and wellbeing. It also identifies an approach to improve active travel networks in the district, connect missing links and make links where there is an identified deficit.
An online survey was made available, alongside the Active Travel Consultation leaflet [pdf] 699KB between 12 October 2020 and 23 November 2020. The aim of making the survey available was to gather as information from Arun’s residents regarding current use of Active Travel routes, as well as what residents would like to see in the future. Further stakeholder meetings were held, via video call, during that time, to gather responses from district councillors and town and parish councils as well as infrastructure providers. The results of this consultation exercise have been used as primary data to inform the overall Active Travel Study Report.
The consultation summary report can be viewed here: Arun Active Travel Consultation feedback report [pdf] 7MB
The final Active Travel Report 2020 [pdf] 31MB with final study appendices [pdf] 4MB were reported to the Planning Policy Committee on 1 June 2021 and agreed as a material consideration to inform development management decisions, sets out the five priority ATS routes in Arun together with the other assessed Active Travel Routes which will also inform future plan making.
Arun Local Plan Transport Mitigation Package – Evidence Base Updates (ADC/WSCC, 2019)
In 2019, the council commissioned technical work, with West Sussex County Council, to investigate two elements of the Arun Local Plan transport mitigation package in more detail. This included a more detailed design report focusing on the A259 junctions at Comet Corner and Oystercatcher; and an analysis of the impact of the Local Plan’s Strategic Housing Allocations on key junctions in the district. Consultants, WSP were commissioned to undertake the work, and the final reports are available below:
Arun Transport Apportionment Model September 2022 Update (Costs and Contributions)
West Sussex County Council have updated the mitigation scheme costs (taking into account inflation and any design changes).Contributions secured (benefitting from planning permission and s.106 agreement) from Strategic Developments have also been allowed for. The documents below will be used by Planners as a starting point in Strategic Housing Allocation S.106 discussions and supersede those 2020 documents placed in the Archive for information, further below.
Archive Transport Apportionment Study 2020 Documents
Technical Note Appendices (Superseded):-
WSP Tech_Notes [pdf] 402KB
WSP Apportionment ADC_Summary [pdf] 466KB
WSP Apportionment_OutputListSchemeDev [pdf] 424KB
WSP Apportionment_OutputList DevScheme [pdf] 412KB
WSP Apportionment_SLF_Scheme_Dev [pdf] 551KB
WSP Apportionment_PropDevFlow [pdf] 539KB
WSP Apportionment_Prop Dev Flow 100 [pdf] 543KB
FINAL Apportionment Study Report 2020 [pdf] 700KB
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] 164KB
A259_B1287 Littlehampton 103800_D023 [pdf] 141KB
A27_A280 ITB9105-GA-028 [pdf] 312KB
Felpham Relief Road 103800_D018 [pdf] 315KB
Fontwell Eastern 103800_D007 [pdf] 125KB
Fontwell West 1186-05 [pdf] 627KB
Nyton Road 103800_D005 [pdf] 140KB
Rowan Way 103800_D017 [pdf] 240KB
The Causeway Arundel 103800_D011 [pdf] 114KB
Wyke Junction JMY8840-19 [pdf] 92KB
Appendix G Apportionment [pdf] 371KB
Appendix H Highway Construction Costs Estimates [pdf] 49KB
Appendices Summary Sheet [pdf] 31KB
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] 2MB
Please find below the appendices
Stage 1 and 3 Reports and Appendices
Arun Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Study (November 2017)
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] 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.
Arun Transport Study: Waste Site Allocation Transport Addendum - Final Report - Study 3 (2014)
A259 Route Improvement Study (2013)
West Sussex Transport Plan 2011-2026
A27 Arundel Bypass PC Consultation Documentation
Arun Transport Model Phase 1 - Local Model Validation Report
The A259 Local Model Validation Report has recently been approved by National Highways and can be found here: Arun Transport Model-A259 and district-wide [pdf] 10MB.
This enables the model to be used on the basis that the whole district is within the calibrated/validated study area rather than just the A259 corridor between Chichester and Littlehampton (and parallel/connecting routes including A27/A284 and A29, B2233 and B2259). The base year model and reporting is now finalised. The budget for Phase 2 of the ATM has been approved for commissioning in 2023. However, until the pause to the Local Plan Update is lifted, the next phase of the work cannot be commenced. This can only take place when the pause is lifted and the visioning and scoping the Local Plan has been agreed by the council.