Nottingham Insight

Document library

Transport evidence base

Contains 11 resources


Files

District - Accessibility Data

  • Dataset
  • published by Other on 11/12/2016
Description

Service availability and accessibility has been a key rural policy issue for many years. In order to monitor changing levels of service availability, this indicator combines datasets that show where outlets of particular services can be found, to calculate numbers of households within distance of key service indicators. Source: Nottinghamshire County Council

Places: Nottinghamshire

Evidence Review Carbon Reduction v0.5 Draft paper 2

  • Report
  • published by Nottingham City Council on 01/08/2010
Description

This evidence review paper has been compiled to assist in the development of the Nottingham Local Transport Plan (LTP) 2011-2026. The paper provides baseline data and local intelligence across a number of key themes and areas, which set the context for the LTP goal of creating a low carbon transport system and a resilient transport network.

Places: Nottingham City

Evidence Reviews- Transport and Accessibility

  • Report
  • published by Nottingham City Council on 10/12/2007
Description

This Evidence Review paper is part of a set of papers providing a review of the evidence for the present position and trends and expectations for the future. The papers look at Nottingham City in the context of the conurbation, the region and the national picture

Places: Nottingham City

LTP Evidence Review Equality of Opportunity v4 Review paper 4

  • Other
  • published by Nottingham City Council on 01/08/2010
Description

This evidence review paper has been compiled to assist in the new development of the Nottingham Local Transport Plan(LTP) 2011-2026. The paper provides baseline data and local intelligence across a number of key themes and areas, whcih set the context for the LTP goal of promoting Equality of Opportunity.

Places: Nottingham City

LTP Evidence Review Safety Security Health v4 draft paper 5

  • Other
  • published by Nottingham City Council on 01/08/2010
Description

The evidence review paper has been compiled to assist in the new develompnet of the next Local Transport Plan. The paper provides baseline data and local intelligence across a number of key themes and areas, which set the context for the LTP goal of contributing to support citizens to live safe, independent and active healthy lifestyles.

Places: Nottingham City

LTP Working Evidence Review Quality of Life v4 paper 3

  • Map
  • published by Nottingham City Council on 01/08/2010
Description

The paper provides baseline data and local intelligence across a number of key themes and areas,which set the context for the LTP goal of minimise adverse impacts of transport and improve the quality of citizens lives within neighbourhoods. Nottingham is made up of 20 wards in total. Since 2006 the City Council has embarked on an capital investment programme to improve the public realm as part of the Neighbourhood Transformation Agenda. The ??50m programme prioritised allocations between nine areas based on population and deprivation ratings. Since the introduction of the programme, over 1,600 local footway improvement and enviromental schemes have been delivered.

Places: Nottingham City

LTP Working Evidence Review supporting Economic Growth v4 Draft paper 1

  • Other
  • published by Nottingham City Council on 01/08/2010
Description

The paper provides baseline data and local intelligence across a number of key themes and areas, which set the context for the LTP goal of delivering a world-class sustainable transport system which supports a thriving economy and enables growth.

Places: Nottingham City

LTPS Evidence Base strategic Document Review v0 5

  • Other
  • published by Nottingham City Council on 01/04/2010
Description

To carry out a review of key transport policy documents, plans, programmes and strategies in accordance with the Department for Transport's (DfT) Guidance on preparing Local Transport Plans (LTPSs). This forms part of the evidence base for informing and shaping the Nottingham LTP 2011 - 2026. The LTP will be developed in response to the objectives and intelligence detailed in the key strategic documents. Documents have been categorised hierarchically(ranging from the National,Regional,Sub-Regional and Local level) and then alphabetically. All documents have been categorised according to relevance and main interaction with the DaSTS goals. A comprehensive review of wider strategies and plans have been undertaken as part of the baseline data collection for the statutory Strategic Environmental Assessment, the implications of which will be fed into the Intergrated Impact Assessment process for the LTP.

Places: Nottingham City

Preception and Satisfaction Survey List v0.6

  • Report
  • published by Nottingham City Council on 01/08/2009
Description

Preception and satisfaction survey list is held by the Nottingham City Council and includes key points and contents ranging from Big Wheel Breakfast Survey,Quarterly Travel Centre Satisfaction survey,Bus users etc,

Places: Nottingham City

Transport Infrastructure requirements report final

  • Report
  • published by Other on 01/07/2011
Description

Undertanding the transport infrastructure requirements to deliver growth in England's Core Cities.This report has been commissioned by the Core Cities Group to undertake a review of existing evidence on the need to invest in transport infrastructure to stimulate economic growth in these cities. Work completed by Oxford Economics3 set out how the Core Cities could generate 1 million additional jobs by 2020, if supported by appropriate transport infrastructure. Research by Government has shown how the proposals for a national high speed rail network could contribute to this growth and deliver substantial economic benefits.

Places: Nottingham City

Turning Point Evaluation and Monitoring Report

  • Report
  • published by Nottingham City Council on 06/10/2011
Description

The first Local Transport Plan (LTP 2001/2-2005/6) included an integrated transport major scheme called the City Centre Major. This scheme was marketed as the Turning Point and was completed by Nottingham City Council in September 2006. The traffic route changes, facilitating the new Limited Access Zone, were opened in July 2005. This report sets out the results of the evaluation to provide an accountable impact assessment. Outcomes in the form of impacts are reported, in comparison to original objectives described in the business case.

Places: Nottingham City