HGV Movement Strategy for Lancaster

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Purpose The completion of the Heysham to M6 Link Road is one of the largest road construction projects currently managed by a local authority in England. At a cost of 128.62 million, it will directly connect the Heysham and Morecambe peninsula to a reconfigured Junction 34 of the M6.
The primary objectives of the Heysham to M6 Link are to:
- Improve communications between Heysham, Morecambe and the M6 motorway, including improving access to Heysham Port and surrounding areas
- Facilitate industrial and commercial regeneration and provide employment opportunities
- Remove a significant volume of traffic from River Lune bridges in Lancaster city centre, and
- Create opportunities for the enhancement of alternative travel modes by relieving the current traffic conditions
To enable these objectives to be realised a number of measures are to be introduced as part of the Development Consent Order. These measures are effectively intended to ensure that the benefits of the new link road are felt across the wider Lancaster area.

The key priority in relation to this strategy is
- The management of Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGV) so as to make the most effective use the new link road

This consultation seeks the views of all stakeholders in relation to this strategy

Subject Road safety
The environment
Traffic management, traffic calming measures
Commissioned by Andrew Hewitson
Geographic area Lancaster
Method Written consultation
Consultation with Businesses
Men
Older people (aged over 65)
Parents/carers
Political bodies
Public authorities
Service users
Special interest group
Women
Date 01/08/2016 - 12/09/2016
Undertaken by Andrew Hewitson

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For more information about this research contact:

Andrew Hewitson 01772 534601
Email: andrew.hewitson@lancashire.gov.uk