Connecting key junctions in the north of the city Cabinet report 21 November 2016

Successful modern cities require effective transport systems. Both the North East Strategic Economic Plan and Newcastle's adopted Local Plan recognise that an improved transport network is fundamentally important to the future economic growth and liveability of Newcastle and the wider area. The Cabinet paper below outlines how we propose to take forward our commitment to upgrade elements of our transport system in the north of the city by connecting key junctions. These changes will help people to move freely and safely around, across and within Newcastle and our neighbouring local authorities of North Tyneside and Northumberland.

Connecting key junctions in the north of the city Cabinet Report 21 November 201 (pdf 295.18 KB)

Appendix A Reports of direct relevance to this decision (pdf 187.42 KB)

Appendix B Summary of funding criteria from the LEP and link to Assurance Framework (pdf 99.33 KB)

Appendix C Full feedback report from the consultation (pdf 4.97 MB)

Appendix D Responses to specific questions raised through consultation in relation to Haddricks Mill and Killingworth Roads (pdf 4.75 MB)

Appendix E Safety/collision statistic summaries for the junctions (pdf 5.85 MB)

Appendix F Designs for Killingworth Road and Haddricks Mill to be finalised and submitted for planning permission (pdf 24.32 MB)

Appendix G Interim designs(being used for modelling of corridor at Blue House and Jesmond Dene Road/Osborne Road) (pdf 904.72 KB)

 

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