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Verges and extent of Public Highway Third party land requirement Pedestrian and non-motorised traffic flow Swept path tracking analysis.


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The initial route assessment studies have identified potential temporary traffic management improvement measures as presented at Table 1 following and in Figures 1.01 – 1.11.


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The proposals presented are considered necessary as temporary improvements to the existing highway network to accommodate construction traffic associated with the construction of East Anglia One Onshore Cable Route and Converter Station. All improvements identified would be temporary measures unless otherwise required by the Highways Authority. It is not anticipated that further locations will require temporary improvements, however all locations for temporary improvements will be discussed and agreed with the relevant highway authority.


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Following further discussions with SCC, a preliminary Junction Improvement Layout has been designed for the Bullen Lane/B1113 junction to improve visibility and safety at this location. This design will be further refined and subject to approval by the relevant highway authority.


Potential Temporary Traffic Management and Improvement Measures


Assess Type


Local Access Road


Assessed Road


The Street and Ferry Road between Alderton and the access to the Coastal Landfall CCS site at Bawdsey


Figure No. Potential Road Works Figure 1.01


Alterations to CCS site frontage along The Street to accommodate CCS access from The Street


Localised road widening / overrun area


Localised verge clearance to facilitate visibility at CCS access


Advance warning signs


Outline Traffic Management Plan – Version 3


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