Surrey County Council has been commissioned to assess the traffic impact for multiple scenarios as part of the Runnymede 2035 Local Plan using the county's strategic highway model.
A320 Corridor Study Final Report (April 2018)
Theidentifies capacity constraints along the A320, identifies the volume of movements that need and can to be accommodated. It also provides strategic mitigation measures, including sustainable measures, to support growth along the corridor up to 2036.
A320 Corridor Study Interim Report (February 2018)
The A320 corridor study interim report was initially produced and published in draft form in December 2017. As further work was completed, this report was replaced with the January 2018 version which contains concept stage mitigation measures, initial sketch schemes and high-level costings for identified mitigation proposals. This January 2018 report superseded the earlier December 2017 report. In February 2018, a third, and final version of this interim report was published. Thissets out the further changes that have been made. The February 2018 interim report supersedes both the January 2018 and December 2017 versions but all three iterations of the study can be viewed below for completeness.
Strategic Highway Assessment Report (October 2017)
The aim of the Runnymede Strategic Highway Assessment Report is to assess potential development-sites and to highlight junctions and sections of road to focus mitigation solutions.
This will aid the borough by providing transport evidence to inform the Regulation 19 (draft Local Plan) consultation.
The Strategic Highway Assessment Report can be viewed below:
Letter from Surrey County Council (May 2018)
Transport Assessment (June 2016)
The Transport Assessment sets out the development and validation of the model, the forecasting methodology, and the results and appraisal of the traffic impact of the potential development sites in Runnymede.
The Transport Assessment and related figures can be found below: