Average number of cycling trips per weekday across Hertfordshire. Based on past performance, comparisons with other authorities, and realistic levels of achievement ...
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1. LTP Cycling Target and Scheme Delivery
Dave Burt - Programme and Strategy Manager Hertfordshire Highways Trevor Mason – Principal Engineer, Transport Policy and Monitoring
2. Local Transport Plan Cycle Target
11% increase required between 2004/5 & 2010/11 – Currently ahead of target Funding of cycling programme Cycling programme funded via LTP2 District and borough council support Bids also made for external funding Developer funding (S106)
3. LTP Target
Average number of cycling trips per weekday across Hertfordshire Based on past performance, comparisons with other authorities, and realistic levels of achievement
4. LTP Target
18 sites – manual and automatic On-highway and segregated routes
6. Progress Against Target
7. Wider Monitoring
County Travel Survey Urban cordon counts School surveys
11. Programme selection and delivery
Urban Transport Plans Schemes identified to encourage new cyclists. LTP Cycle target group Ranking List being developed taking into account different users types and barriers to cycling Capital Bids made to cabinet 2 year delivery process for highway schemes Softer measures also moved forward (e.g. TravelSmart)
12. Annual cycle parking programme
13. Member and public information on schemes
Integrated works programme JMP updates for scheme specific issues Stakeholder consultation News Releases Cycle Forum
14. Integrating the publics needs into all Highway schemes?
Consultation User Audit Process Route User Hierarchy Staff Awareness of cycling
15. What could be improved?
Increased awareness of staff Formal ranking list to aid scheme selection developed and incorporated into Urban Transport Plans. User Audit and hierarchy procedure to be finalised Improved public information on schemes Annual progress report on cycling strategy