The Worcestershire Local Transport Plan focuses on attracting and supporting economic investment and growth, by delivering transport infrastructure and services to tackle congestion and improve quality of life. Worcestershire’s new Local Transport Plan (LTP4) was consulted upon earlier this year (2017) and was fully adopted on 9 November 2017. The outcomes of this consultation can be seen in the Consultation Report.
Interim A Boards Policy
Worcestershire County Council is currently developing a comprehensive policy and process for the licensing and management of all temporary obstructions on the public highway, including A boards. Until the comprehensive policy is adopted, the following Interim A Boards Policy will apply:
Residents' Parking Schemes
Worcestershire County Council is happy to assist residents that find it difficult to park near their own homes due to an influx of drivers using residential streets to park for purposes other than visiting residents. A Residents' Parking Scheme request will be pursued by a review of parking in the area, consultation with all residents and consideration of various criteria. Where conditions are met, regulations will be pursued to allow parking for residents and their visitors only at appropriate times through the purchase of permits. The document below details Worcestershire County Council's approach to the provision of these resident parking schemes.
Transport Demand in the Hagley area
Worcestershire County Council has prepared this report on transport demand in the Hagley area, to inform perceptions of demand and growth on the A456 transport corridor.
Worcestershire Passenger Transport Strategy
Worcestershire County Council is consulting residents and stakeholders on the draft Passenger Transport Strategy in order to fully understand the contribution that these services make to the local economy, and their value in terms of community, health and wellbeing.