Contains 8 folders and 36 resources
Geographical area and statistics to support Expression of Interest.
The four Councils who have put this Expression of Interest forward make up the D2N2 Local Economic Partnership (LEP) area. The LEP is supportive of walking and cycling and recognises that investing in sustainable modes of travel will support the economy, jobs and housing.
Nottingham City Council Ultra Low Emission Fleets Bid to DEFRA Air Quality Grant. The Â£200,000 revenue project aims to support the local heath sector and other businesses to transition to ultra low emission vehicles to support air quality improvements. The project will deliver fleet reviews, provide information and vehicle try out events and undertake monitoring and evaluation. This Ultra Low Emission Fleets bid was submitted to DEFRA on behalf of a joint partnership with Ashfield District Council, Broxtowe, Gedling and Rushcliffe Borough CouncilÂ¿s and Nottinghamshire County Council.
bid for funding to the LEP (Local Enterprise Partnership) to expand the current RTI system across a larger part of the D2N2 area. This is a joint bid between us and Nottinghamshire and has the support of Derby and Derbyshire as well as a number of the major bus companies in the region.
Car Plus Pedal Assisted Electric Bicycles Full Bid, submitted July 2015
Bid submitted to the DfT on the 9th February 2015.
Annex's to the Maintenance Challenge Fund Bid submitted to the DfT on the 9th February 2015.
Bid submitted to the DfT/Car Plus to establish initiatives to provide better links between public transport and shared transport to encourage multi-modal trips that reduce the need for the private car and facilitate door to door journeys.
Letter from the Department For Transport detailing Nottingham City Council's success in gaining the grant funding for the Better Bus Area Funding 2013
Contribution to Nottingham Academy works
Dualling between Clifton and M1
Infill of the subway with replacement 'at grade' pedestrian crossing facilities implemented
Provision of access and biodiversity improvements
Public transport infrastructure improvements in Ashfield, Broxtowe, Gedling, Nottingham City and Rushcliffe for SUE's identified in these areas for those bus services adjoining the proposed Growth Point site.
Provision of formal pedestrian and cyclist crossing facilities at the junction
Provision of formal pedestrian and cyclist crossing facilities at the junction.
Provision of local walking and cycling link through the park between the A6002 and the A610
The Proposed link road is located in the St Anns ward of Nottingham and it forms part of Sneinton Market People and Places project.
A new section of path near Clifton Bridge and signing improvements
Contribution towards highway infrastructure to support the Ucycle and Cycle corridors work
Road safety measures to redeveloped Northern Academy, Firbeck Academy, Hempshill Primary, Nottingham Academy, Bigwood Comprehensive and Warren Primary
Trial provision of cycle parking and CCTV on bus routes/stops
Primary Pedestrian Route improvements, provision of two way route on A60 between Mansfield Road and Southwell Road and new Sneinton Square.
Pedestrian enviroment improvements connecting to Canning Circus
Orbital route capacity expansion scheme
Redevelopment of Station Hub
Series of improvements within the TRP area including the Embankment link on the Big Track 700k
Enhanced City Centre signing for pedestrians to complement Parksmart system
Enhancing NMMTM to be capable of producing desired growth development outputs
Enhacing sustainable access to workplaces
Enhancement of pedestrian routes between the City Centre and neighbouring residential areas