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PAN 75: planning for transport

Published: 21 Dec 2005

PowerPoint presentation on Planning Advice Note 75.

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PAN 75 cover PAN 75 PLANNING FOR TRANSPORT
  • Carrie Smith October 2005
Canal PhotoProvenance of PAN 75
  • Research findings since NPPG 17
  • Material edited out from SPP 17
  • Other background material
Transport Research CoverResearch Documents
Examples include…(1)
  • Accessibility: Review of Measuring Techniques & their Application (2000)
  • Key Sites Appraisal Methodology for Development Planning (2001)
  • Planning for Mode Share in New Developments (2001)
Home Zones CoverResearch Documents
Examples include…(2)
  • Home Zones: Guidance Consultation (2002)
  • Scottish Transport Appraisal Guidance (2003)
  • Barriers to Modal Shift (2003)
Canal PhotoProvenance of PAN 75
  • Research findings since NPPG 17
  • Material edited out from SPP 17
  • Other background material
Airport PhotoValidation of PAN 75
  • Detailed document
  • Issue of acceptability
  • Local authority validation
  • Internet presence during SPP17 consultation
Log lorry PhotoStructure of PAN 75
  • Integrating Transport
  • Policy Development
  • Development Management
  • Projects and Proposals
  • Annexes
Bus PhotoIntegrating Transport
  • At all levels of plans and transport policies
  • Sustainable regulatory mechanisms
  • Co-operative working by all stakeholders
  • Transport modelling
Shopping PhotoPolicy Development
  • Right location and good accessibility
  • Mode share target
  • Parking standards
  • Good design
Airport PhotoDevelopment Management
  • Transport Assessment
  • Travel plans
  • Planning agreements
  • Environmental Assessment
Traffic Jam PhotoProjects and Proposals
  • Scottish Transport Appraisal Guidance ( STAG)
  • Influencing travel modes
  • Inclusive mobility
Influencing Travel Modes
  • General: Appointment of travel coordinator.
  • Walking: Desire lines, time of use, safety & surfacing.
  • Cycling: Crossing, secure parking and changing facilities.
  • Public Transport: High quality vehicles, waiting areas, information, cost, links to other modes.
Projects and Proposals
  • Scottish Transport Appraisal Guidance ( STAG)
  • Influencing travel modes
  • Inclusive mobility
Shopping PhotoAnnexes
  • Information sources
  • Accessibility analysis
  • Mode Share Targets ( MSTs)
  • Travel Plans
  • Roadside Services
Ferry PhotoFinal Comments
  • Delivery of Scottish Executive policy depends, to a large extent, on action at the local level.
  • Local flexibility is encouraged, appropriate to local circumstances.

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