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There are no road closures required during construction of the proposed onshore works. If these become required, the requirement and implementation would be discussed and agreed with SCC


Three road stoppages are proposed (see draft proposed Development Consent Order, Schedule D). In practical terms, these are not road closures. These are locations at which though part of the road would be closed, additional mitigation measures would be undertaken in order to maintain through traffic. These mitigation measures could include, for example:


o Single lane working under traffic control or o Temporary road widening


Measures would be implemented to ensure safe and accessible access at all times for pedestrian and non-motorised modes of transport upon all public highways and public rights of way affected or impacted by construction activities or construction traffic. Pedestrian safety measures would particularly be undertaken within the highway verge where the onshore cable route crosses Sandy Lane south of Woodbridge


No daytime or overnight parking of site or construction vehicles outside of any pre-determined construction compounds or work sites shall be allowed without the prior agreement of the Highway Authority


It is intended that all traffic management measures will be temporary including traffic signs, road markings, barriers, lamps, traffic control and such other measures necessary in accordance with best practice unless otherwise agreed with the Highways Authority. These shall be installed and maintained in good condition throughout the extent of the construction period


All temporary traffic management measures shall be undertaken in accordance with the Department for Transport’s Chapter 8: Traffic Safety Measures and Signs for road works and temporary situations parts 1 and 2, 2009


All temporary (and where agreed with the Highways Authority, permanent) Traffic Signs and Road Markings would be provided in accordance with the Traffic Signs and General Directions 2002


No works that would affect the public highway or rights of way shall be commenced until all traffic safety measures required are fully operational and to the satisfaction of the relevant Highway Authority


Outline Traffic Management Plan – Version 3


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