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  1. Manydown Traffic Study Road traffic in Western Basingstoke 2011 onwards © 2004 SaveManydown.org.uk

  2. Manydown Traffic Study Road traffic in Western Basingstoke 2011 onwards © 2004 SaveManydown.org.uk

  3. Manydown Road System © 2004 SaveManydown.org.uk

  4. What is the Manydown traffic study based on? Based on 3100 houses (stated minimum) built on Manydown. Majority of B3400 & Manydown traffic diverted to the already busy A339. Worting Road becomes primary bus route. Despite public transport measures, Manydown will be as car dependent as any other area in Basingstoke. That still leaves ~13000 vehicles using the Manydown road network – Every morning and evening. © 2004 SaveManydown.org.uk

  5. What is the impact of 13000 vehicles? Congestion - Traffic volume exceeds road capacity at peak times. Traffic will seek alternative routes – Roman Road, Winklebury, Worting Road, Pack Lane. © 2004 SaveManydown.org.uk

  6. 06:00 to 07:00 Road capacity Road capacity © 2004 SaveManydown.org.uk

  7. 07:00 to 08:00 Road capacity Road capacity © 2004 SaveManydown.org.uk

  8. 08:00 to 09:00 Road capacity Road capacity © 2004 SaveManydown.org.uk

  9. 09:00 to 10:00 Road capacity Road capacity © 2004 SaveManydown.org.uk

  10. 10:00 to 11:00 Road capacity Road capacity Developing Manydown to its full potential, i.e. 8000+ Homes, will aggravate the situation yet further. © 2004 SaveManydown.org.uk

  11. © 2004 SaveManydown.org.uk

  12. Developing Manydown creates an unsustainable and unacceptable traffic situation in western Basingstoke, particularly if developed to its full potential, i.e. 8000+ homes. Dispersed housing development minimises impact on traffic. © 2004 SaveManydown.org.uk

  13. http://www.savemanydown.org.uk/ © 2004 SaveManydown.org.uk