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Potential Temporary Traffic Management and Improvement Measures


Assess Type


Local Access Road and Suffolk Lorry Route


Assessed Road


Old Ipswich Road between Ipswich Road to Hill View Business Park.


Paper Mill Lane B1113 Bramford Road


Figure No. Potential Road Works Figure 1.10


Alterations to CCS site frontage along Paper Mill Lane to accommodate CCS access from Paper Mill Lane


Localised verge clearance to facilitate visibility at CCS access


Access provisions for HDD site access from B1113 Bramford Road


Advance warning signs


Local Access Road


Bullen Lane From the existing T-junction junction with the B1113, Loraine Way, to the existing electrical sub-station site.


Figure 1.11


Improvements for roadwidening at Loraine Way / Bullen Road junction to provide for Ghost island right turn lane and improved Visibility to junction sight lines.


Alterations to CCS site frontage along Bullen Lane to accommodate CCS access from Bullen Lane


Advance warning signs.


A preliminary Junction Improvement layout is provided on Figure 371024- TRNS—REP-003 Figure D.2 Rev P3.


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Future highway junction capacity assessments would be undertaken by EAOL, if peak hour deliveries to Primary CCSs are required, to address any future concerns of possible cumulative impacts, in particular associated with Adastral Park. The junctions to be subject to capacity assessment would be those on the A12 between the junction of the A12 and A14 at Sevenoaks, and the junction of the A12 and the A1152 at Woods Lane. These assessments would inform management measures to be agreed with the relevant highways authority to mitigate congestion impacts associated with peak hours.


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