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6 issues found for 'ecc':

  • Colchester General Hospital

    Created by Steven Moseley // 1 thread

    The General is Colchester's District Hospital and has an A&E department.  Over time it has agglomerated services from the various sites across Colchester that have closed, including those on Lexden Road and on Severalls.

    The transport challenges the Hospital faces include that:

    • its main vehicle access is on a residential road
    • although it is serviced by bus routes it is not near or well integrated with transport hubs
    • local cycling provision is poor and in particular the junctions around North Station amount to a significant barrier to cyclists travelling from South Colchester

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  • The Safer Essex Roads Partnership

    Created by Steven Moseley // 1 thread

    The Safer Essex Roads Partnership (SERP) has brought together the three local authority areas of Essex County Council, Southend-on-Sea Borough Council and Thurrock Council to provide a road safety service across ‘Greater Essex’.

    The other SERP partners are Essex Police, Essex Fire and Rescue Service, Highways England, The Essex and Herts Air Ambulance Trust, The East of England NHS Trust and The Safer Roads Foundation.

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  • Improving the A120: Braintree to A12

    Created by Steven Moseley // 0 threads

    This single carriageway section of the A120 is regularly very busy and there have long been calls for it to be improved, as the section between the M11 and Braintree was in the early 2000s.

    ECC has worked up and consulted on its favoured route to "create a modern dual carriageway link connecting Braintree and the A12" to recommend to Highways England.

    Given that the proposed route bypasses the current A120, there should be scope for improving provision for cyclists and pedestrians both along the new road and along the newly de-prioritised `old'-A120, especially around Marks Tey and its station.

    Construction is currently slated for 2023-6.

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