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Route Strategies Evidence Reports

The Highways Agency is developing strategies for the strategic road network on a route basis.  These route strategies will identify investment needs and are key to identifying the investment plans for the step change in funding on the strategic road network announced by the Government in Investing in Britain’s Future.

Those who are following the progress of the feasibility studies for the A27 in Chichester, Arundel and Worthing might find this interesting.

The first stage of the Route Strategy has been published. We are called South Coast Central and you can find the evidence report and the technical annexe here: http://www.highways.gov.uk/publications/route-strategies-evidence-reports/

The second stage is underway and further reports will also be published on the web site when available.

An announcement is anticipated in the autumn statement (last year was in December I think) and then possibly a public consultation with the stage two being published in March 2015.

  1. July 29, 2014 at 1:01 am

    Bizzare both iain truin save the 29!and sav sites have people who bought homes developments not shown up on conveyancing challenge challenge challenge absolute disgrace is adc

  2. July 16, 2014 at 9:22 pm

    It’s good to see the politicians campaigning for improvements to the A27 also, although the cynic in me thinks that given the huge size of the government’s already announced roads investment programme they are all just trying to get some political kudos for what is now quite likely to happen! I think its called climbing on the bandwagon! LOL! … and if stage 2 is published in March that might be quite handy for the election campaign in May!!!

    Its good to know that the HA have identified the need at Arundel and are beginning to look at various options.

  3. John Penfold
    July 16, 2014 at 10:47 am

    Thanks for the update on the Strategic Road network and the A27 in particular, I plead with everyone to support the A27Action there is a short survey on http://www.a27action.co.uk fill it in if you are a resident,commutor or businessman held up on the A27,there is now new momentum to get the A27 fixed.
    John Penfold

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