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The LTP3 Quarterly Review – an update for Members

Quarter 1 2012/13

The LTP3 Quarterly Review – an update for Members Purpose The LTP3 Quarterly Review provides Members with information about the progress made in delivering the Council’s Local Transport Plan (LTP) capital programme for 2012/13. The Quarterly Reviews will be issued to Members approximately 4-6 weeks after the end of the previous quarter. In addition to quarterly updates, Members will also receive an Annual Progress Report (APR) that presents a selection of key schemes undertaken through the LTP each year as well as financial and performance information.

Structure The LTP3 Quarterly Review contains a retrospective look at the schemes that have been undertaken during the previous quarter, along with information on how the programme has been developed, how Members can be involved in that process and a forward plan for schemes for the remainder of the year.

How the programme is developed The annual programme of schemes funded through North East Lincolnshire Council’s LTP allocation is developed based on a number factors including: o o o o o o o o o o o o o

contribution to the overall LTP objectives, asset management information & surveys, Highway network condition surveys, requirements to meet national targets, requests from the public, requirements to conform to national/international standards, STAT19 accident data, suggestions from Members, annual commitments to external suppliers/contracts, structure condition surveys, schemes that have been committed to in previous years (rollover schemes), obsolescence of technology, analysis of the existing networks and any gaps in them,

A provisional list of schemes is developed for each area (maintenance, road safety, traffic, public transport & active travel) and following the announcement of the LTP allocation by the Department for Transport and NELC each scheme is considered for inclusion in the final capital programme by the programme managers. Where appropriate schemes within a similar geographical area are combined to achieve improved value for money and reduce disruption to the travelling public and local residents. The programme is then presented to the Portfolio Holder for Environment and Regeneration for political approval.

Members guidelines for introducing new schemes As described above, Ward Members are often a valuable source of information and new suggestions for new schemes. The following guidelines may be useful to Ward Members wishing to introduce a new proposal into the LTP process: •

In the first instance Ward Members should contact the Lead Officer for Highways and Transport within the Environment, Economy and Housing Directorate to discuss suggestions for new highways and transportation schemes (Tel 324428). They will be able to provide general feedback on the proposal and how it supports wider Council objectives.

This request will then be passed to the Highways & Transportation Manager who will in turn distribute the request to the relevant Programme Manager for more specialist comment.


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The Programme Manager will assess the request against the existing programme and any area specific criteria that are applicable. Ward Members will then be provided with feedback as to whether their proposal has been successfully included in future years Capital Programme or not.

The annual LTP Capital programme is assembled during quarter 4 of the previous financial year (January – March), and whilst proposals from Ward Members can be made at any time confirmation of inclusion in the Capital Programme may not be possible until this time. It is desirable that larger, more complex or expensive schemes should be submitted by September of the previous year to allow sufficient lead in time for the more detailed investigation and assessment that may be necessary.

Managing the programme Management of the programme is undertaken by individual programme managers who meet on a monthly basis to review the programme to date. Small changes to individual schemes (+/- 10% of the initial estimate) are managed by the programme managers as part of the LTP Project Team. More significant changes to the programme are agreed by senior officers within the North East Lincolnshire Council Regeneration Partnership before being presented to the Portfolio Holder for approval. This report contains a summary of those changes to the programme since the start of Quarter 1 (April 2012).


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LTP 2012/13 Projects (including changes to the programme since the start of Quarter 1 (April 2012) Example Scheme /Map reference

LTC191

Ward

Scheme title

UNC Road Surface Treatment (See Annual Programme for full list of sites) Local repair and surface treatment

Scheme description

Current cost estimate

Various

Scheme location

£557,722 (£292,000)

Initial cost estimate

Figures in (brackets) indicate the initial cost estimates as detailed in the original LTP Capital Programme. Red cells indicate that the current cost estimates for a scheme have varied by more than +/- 10% of the original estimate from the LTP Capital Programme report that was presented to Portfolio Holder in April 2012. An explanation of the difference is given in the footnotes below each table.

Maintenance Ref. TBC LTC191 LTC203 LTC232

LTC233 LTC209

Project Baxtergate over bridge 1 Replacement of sub-standard parapet fencing UNC Road Surface Treatment (See Annual Programme for full list of sites) Local repair and surface treatment Street Lighting improvements A16 Peaks Parkway (Low Farm Roundabout – 100m before Peaks Farm bridge) Resurfacing A1031 Humberston Road (Love Lane Corner – Davenport Drive +40m) Resurfacing including localised deep resurfacing Lighting in high crime areas

Ward

Cost

West Marsh

£410,000

Various

£557,7222 (£292,000)

Various

£250,000

Humb & New Waltham

£66,2393 (£131,000)

Croft Baker

£122,000

Various

£100,000

1 Principal bridge inspections have identified failure of some of the bridge bearings on the Grimsby Road over bridge that will require extensive remedial actions within the next two years. It is therefore proposed that the works to upgrade the bridge parapets are deferred until the same time. The introduction of a new scheme to undertake similar bridge parapet works on Baxtergate bridge is currently being progressed subject to further investigation works and detailed costing. 2 Unclassified Road surface treatment cost estimate has increased significantly from £292,000 to £557,722 due to unforeseeable rises in bitumen costs. Other schemes will be identified by programme managers and held back to accommodate the additional expenditure; with the intention of them being brought back into the programme should money be made available later in the year. 3 A16 Peaks Parkway, tendered price came in at £66,239 which was significantly lower than the estimate calculated at the start of the year. The saving from this scheme has been transferred to the A1098 Hewitt’s Avenue to provide for resurfacing which to provide a longer term solution rather than the surface dressing originally proposed.


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LTC234

LTC235

LTC236

LTC237 LTC191 LTC229 LTC238

LTC239

LTC240

LTC241

LTC242

A1173 Queens Road (Recycling centre +75m to Recycling centre -75m) Deep resurfacing A16 Peaks Parkway (Weelsby road junction – single lane) Resurfacing A18 Barton Street (Hatcliffe turn – B1203 roundabout) Surface dressing Clee Crescent Footway (Carr Lane – Clee Road (east)) Footway resurfacing B&C Road Surface Treatment Local repair and surface treatment Tactile Crossing Programme A46 Clee Road Footway Stamford Club – Love Lane Corner -20m) Footway resurfacing Cambridge Street Footway 6 (St Peters Avenue – No 75) Footway resurfacing A1098 Hewitt’s Avenue (Peaks Lane signals – A16 Low Farm roundabout) Resurfacing Grant Street Footway 8 (High Street – Station Road) Footway resurfacing A1243 Louth Road (Grimsby Boundary – A16 Louth Road roundabout) Surface dressing

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Immingham

£53,805 (£53,000)

Heneage

£52,000

Wolds

£75,5914 (£49,000)

Heneage

£48,000

TBC

£45,9595 (£26,000) £25,000

Heneage

£22,000

Croft Baker

£20,000

Humb & New Waltham

£71,0867 (£17,000)

Sidney Sussex

£17,000

Humb & New Waltham

£16,5239 (£11,000)

Various

4 A18 Barton Street cost estimate has increased from £49,000 to £75,591 due to unforeseeable rises in bitumen costs associated with the surface dressing process. 5 B&C Road surface treatment cost estimate has increased from £26,000 to £45,959 due to unforeseeable rises in bitumen costs associated with the surface dressing process. 6

This scheme is currently under review by the programme manager to identify whether there are benefits to possibly increasing the extent of the scheme having regard to savings from the Grant Street scheme (see below)

7 A1098 Hewitt’s Avenue, the savings from the A16 Peaks Parkway scheme has meant that the carriageway is now being resurfaced and not surface dressed as originally planned. 8 This scheme is currently under review by the programme manager as part of the Grant Street footway was resurfaced as part of a maintenance scheme on Alexandra Road in 2010/11. The budget may be reallocated within the Maintenance programme subject to approval.

9 A1243 Louth Road £16,523 from original estimate of £11,000 due to unforeseeable rises in bitumen costs associated with the surface dressing process.


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Road Safety Ref. LTC194

LTC205

LTC176

LTC195-2

LTC195-1 LTC197

Project Routes / Sites of concern (See Annual Programme for full list of sites) Works to support Speed Management Strategy (See Annual Programme for full list of sites) Ongoing review of A and B road speed limits with appropriate action at identified sites. School Safety Zones (See Annual Programme for full list of sites) Traffic calming adjacent to school sites. Aylesby village Work to reduce traffic speed through village and improve pedestrian amenity. Laceby village Work to reduce traffic speed through village and improve pedestrian amenity. Road safety Education, Training and Publicity To provide support for data-led road safety campaigns.

Ward

Cost

Various

£214,000

Various

£168,096 (£156,000)

Various10

£60,000

Wolds

£15,000

Wolds

£15,000

All Wards

£5,000

Traffic Ref. LTC202

LTA018

LTC221

LTA019

LTC220

LTC204

Project Traffic Signal modification and modernisation (See Annual Programme for full list of sites) EV Charing Infrastructure (Cartergate & St Peters Avenue Car Parks) Electric vehicle charging point, associated car park infrastructure and promotion. ATC Upgrades and new sites (A1173 Queens & Bargate) Installation of new automatic traffic count sites used for traffic monitoring purposes. Road sign improvements – Decluttering (A46, A1031, North Sea Lane and Moody Lane). Provision of correct cycle lane signing and removal of incorrect signing. Supporting TravelLincs Information and promotion supporting NELC’s online car sharing database. Road sign improvements – Healing Village (B1210 in the vicinity of Healing village) Provision of new advanced directional signs and direction signs and removal of redundant signage

Ward

Cost

Various11

£430,000

Various

£25,000

Various

£8,000

Various

£6,000

All Wards

£5,000

Freshney

£3,000

10 A legal order to support school safety zones sites at Old Clee [LTC176-03], Waltham Leas [LTC176-04] and Stanford [LTC176-05] (approved in 2011/12) is being progressed in addition to the schemes for Laceby Acres & Western schools.

Ward Councillors are currently being consulted about the Victor Street x Oxford Street scheme, any savings will be utilised within the Traffic programme for this year, partly to fund an additional £20,000 expenditure on the Ladysmith Road x Weelsby Road junction works above that already paid for out of 2011/12 budgets. Signal modification schemes along Freeman Street are currently under review based on the outcome of the Regeneration aspirations for the area. 11


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Public Transport Ref. LTC212

LTC211

Project Public Transport Information Ongoing programme of improving Public Transport Information Bus Stops & Shelters (See Annual Programme for full list of sites) New and replacement bus shelters and raised kerb access bus stops

Ward

Cost

All Wards

£54,000

Various12

£83,50013 (£52,500)

Active Travel Ref. LTC005

LTC218

LTE104

LTE105

LTC228 LTC227 LTC217

LTE106

Project Clee Road off road cycle track (Love Lane Corner Roundabout – Clee Crescent toucan crossing) Extension of existing shared cycle/footway. Cycle Parking (See Annual Programme for full list of sites) Continuing roll out of the cycle parking programme The Avenue, Great Coates (Station Road – Toucan Crossing at Mayfair Dr) New contra-flow cycle route and changes to The Avenue junction with Station Road. Widening of the existing path at the junction with Great Coates Road. Improvements to street lighting A18 Barton Street off road cycle track (Beelsby turn – Barnoldby turn) Off road cycle path and appropriate signage enabling easier passage along the NCN network. Stallingborough Interchange PROW study15 Improve footpath crossing of A180 Interchange PROW bridges & surfacing Programme of replacement and improvement works on the PROW network. Pedalway/ NCN route signage Signing of Sustrans NCN routes into North East Lincolnshire. Cyclists guide to North East Lincolnshire Updating of the existing mapping used to produce the “cycle guide” and work to host the map online with the addition of interactive features

Ward

Cost

Croft Baker

£130,000

Various.14

£30,000

Freshney

£20,000

Wolds

£20,000

Immingham

£20,000

TBC

£10,000

Various

£5,000

All Wards

£5,000

12 Additional bus stop & shelter works along Hainton Avenue (approved in 2011/12) delivered as part of larger maintenance scheme in 2012/13. 13 An additional £31,000 of work is being funded through external funding from developers as part of the Bus Stop & Shelter programme 2012/13. 14 Cycle parking schemes at Diana Princess of Wales Hospital and Nunsthorpe Primary School deferred to 2013/14. New scheme at Immingham Children’s Centre (LTC218-13) brought into programme to take up remaining budget. A brief for the study, outlining the issues and required outcomes, has been prepared and will shortly be issued to the consultant working on the A18/A180 Link road project, this piece of work needs to be closely co-ordinated with the design and implementation of the major scheme. 15


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LTE107

St James Square off road cycle track (Bethlehem Street - Chantry Lane) Introduction of signage and appropriate route designation to provide a cycle route across St James Square

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West Marsh

£3,000

Financial summary by Programme Area Maintenance Road Safety Traffic Public Transport Active Travel Total cost estimates Initial LTP Capital budget (2012/13)

£1,925,529 £472,096 £482,000 £137,500 £243,000 £3,260,125 £2,908,000

Currently the LTP Capital Programme (£3,260,125) is expected to overspend the initial LTP allocation (£2,800,000). This is mainly due to a significant increase in the tender price for surface dressing treatments. Other schemes within the Capital Programme will be identified by programme manager and held back to accommodate this additional expenditure. The intention is to reintroduce some of these held back schemes later in the year should other schemes not be deliverable, come in under budget or additional budget is provided.

Value of work complete The LTP Capital spend has been profiled by quarter, by the end of Quarter 1 (30th June) the value of work complete was £275,464, slightly behind the profile of £290,800. It is expected that this shortfall will be caught up during Quarter 2 as there are a number of high value schemes expected to be complete by the end of September.

Spend profile Value of work complete

Quarter 1 (Apr-Jun) £290,800 £275,464

Quarter 2 (Jul-Sep) £872,400

Quarter 3 (Oct-Dec) £1,744,800

Quarter 4 (Jan – Mar) £2,908,000

Due to time lags that occur between finishing schemes, paying invoices and settling the final account. The value of work complete is an estimate based on information provided by Programme Managers and is subject to change.


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£3,500,000 £3,000,000 £2,500,000 £2,000,000 £1,500,000 £1,000,000 £500,000 £0 Quarter 1 (Apr-Jun) Quarter 2 (Jul-Sep) Quarter 3 (Oct-Dec) Spend profile

Quarter 4 (Jan – Mar)

Value of work complete

The delivery timescales for each project The project plan on the following page lists each LTP scheme along with the ward which it has been assigned to, and estimate of the costs and its status at the end of Quarter 1 (30th June 2012). At this time, the information presented in Quarters 3 and 4 is subject to a degree of change depending on the deliverability of each scheme and the available budget remaining. The intention is to further develop schemes for the second half of 2012/13 during Quarter 2 assessing both deliverability and costs. Scheme that are found to be undeliverable or unaffordable may be replaced in the programme by one or more of the reserve schemes approved in the LTP Annual Programme.


Quarter 1

Maintenance Road Safety Traffic Public Trans.

B&C Road Surface Treatment

Various

£45,959

Site

LTC229

Tactile Crossing Programme

TBC

£25,000

Design

LTC238

A46 Clee Road Footway

Heneage

£22,000

LTC239

Cambridge Street Footway

Croft Baker

LTC240

A1098 Hewitt’s Avenue

Humb & New Waltham

LTC241

Grant Street Footway

LTC242

A1243 Louth Road

LTC194

Routes / Sites of concern

Various

£214,000

On going

            

LTC205

Works to support Speed Management Strategy

Various

£168,069

On going

            

LTC176

School Safety Zones

   

Design £20,000 ! Under review

  

£71,086 Site £17,000 ! Under review

           

Sidney Sussex Humb & New Waltham

£16,523

Site

Various

£60,000

Consultation













LTC195-2 Aylesby village

Wolds

£15,000

Consultation













LTC195-1 Laceby village

Wolds

£15,000

Consultation













LTC202-1 Traffic Signal Modification – Victor St x Oxford St

East Marsh

£180,000

Design

LTC202-2 Traffic Signal Modification – Boulevard Avenue mid‐blocks

West Marsh

£75,000

Design

LTC202-3 Traffic Signal Modification – Dudley St x Littlefield Lane

Yarborough

£60,000

LTC202-4 Traffic Signal Modification – Freeman Street x Wellington Street LTC202-6 Traffic Signal Modification – Clee Road mid block

East Marsh

£35,000

Design ! On hold

Heneage

£30,000

LTC202-7 Traffic Signal Modification – Ladysmith Road x Weelsby Road

Heneage

£20,000

Design Complete

LTC202-5 Traffic Signal Modification – Freeman Street mid block

East Marsh

£30,000

! On hold

           

LTA018

EV Charing Infrastructure

Various

£25,000

Tender

            

LTC221

ATC Upgrades and new sites

Various

£8,000

Tender

 

LTA019

Road Sign Improvements – De‐cluttering

Various

£6,000

On going

LTC220

Supporting TravelLincs

All Wards

£5,000

Design

LTC197

Road safety Education, Training and Publicity

All Wards

£5,000

On going

LTC204

Road Sign Improvements - Healing Village

Wolds

£3,000

Design

LTC212

Public Transport Information

All Wards

£54,000

On going

LTC211 LTC005

Bus Stops & Shelters Clee Road off road cycle track

Croft Baker

LTC218

Cycle Parking

£83,500

Consultation

£130,000

Design

Various

£30,000

Mobilisation

                       

  



   



LTE104

The Avenue, Great Coates

Freshney

£20,000

Design

LTE105

A18 Barton Street off road cycle track

Wolds

£20,000

Design

 

LTC228

Stallingborough Interchange PROW study

Immingham

£20,000

On going

 

£10,000

Design

£5,000

Consultation

LTC227

PROW bridges & surfacing

TBC

LTC217

Pedalway/ NCN route signage

Various

LTE106

Cyclists guide to North East Lincolnshire

All Wards

£5,000

Design

LTE107

St James Square off road cycle track

West Marsh

£3,000

Design

 



      Consultation

Design

Tender

Mobilisation

Site

Ongoing delivery

 Complete

01/04/2013

LTC191

25/03/2013

Design

18/03/2013

Site

£48,000

11/03/2013

£49,000

Heneage

04/03/2013

Wolds

Clee Crescent Footway

25/02/2013

A18 Barton Street

LTC237

           

18/02/2013

LTC236

          

11/02/2013

Site

04/02/2013

£52,000

28/01/2013

£53,000

21/01/2013

Immingham Heneage

14/01/2013

A1173 Queens Road A16 Peaks Parkway S/B

07/01/2013

LTC234 LTC235

31/12/2012

     

24/12/2012

           

17/12/2012



10/12/2012

    

03/12/2012

26/11/2012

19/11/2012

12/11/2012

05/11/2012

29/10/2012

Active Travel

Quarter 4



On going Complete

Various

22/10/2012

£100,000

15/10/2012

Various

08/10/2012

Lighting in high crime areas

01/10/2012

LTC209

24/09/2012

Design

17/09/2012

Site

£122,000

10/09/2012

£66,239

Croft Baker

03/09/2012

Humb & New Waltham

A1031 Humberston Road

Quarter 3 27/08/2012

A16 Peaks Parkway N/B

LTC233

20/08/2012

LTC232

13/08/2012

On going

06/08/2012

£250,000

30/07/2012

Various

23/07/2012

Street Lighting improvements

16/07/2012

LTC203

09/07/2012

Site

02/07/2012

£0

25/06/2012

£557,722

18/06/2012

Various

11/06/2012

East Marsh

04/06/2012

Grimsby Road overbridge UNC Road Surface Treatment

28/05/2012

LTC043 LTC191

21/05/2012

Design X Deferred

14/05/2012

£410,000

07/05/2012

West Marsh

Next Stage

30/04/2012

Baxtergate overbridge

Cost

23/04/2012

Ward

16/04/2012

TBC

Project

09/04/2012

Reference

02/04/2012

Type

Quarter 2


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A breakdown of projects and costs by ward & next stage. The following pages contain information on the LTP Capital Programme broken down by ward. For each ward the information is presented in both a tabular and map forms. For schemes that are undertaken solely in one ward an estimate of the value and status is presented. Where schemes are being undertaken across multiple wards there is no estimate of the value of the scheme presented as we cannot explicitly show the value of work relevant to that ward amongst the wider cross-ward project. Information about the ward specific schemes is presented in the top table with multi-ward schemes in the bottom table. Schemes shown on the map can be crossed referenced to the text in square brackets [ ] in each table.


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Croft Baker. Ref. [LTC233] [LTC239] [LTC005] Ref. [LTC191]

[LTC203] [LTC229] [LTC194] [LTC205] [LTC211] [LTC217] [LTA018] [LTA019]

Project A1031 Humberston Road Cambridge Street Footway This scheme is currently under review by the programme manager to identify whether there are benefits to possibly increasing the extent of the scheme having regard to savings from the Grant Street scheme. Clee Road Off Road Cycle Track Project Unclassified road surface treatment (P) Brian Avenue [LTC191‐70] Dolphin Street [LTC191‐71] Windsor Road [LTC191‐72] Street lighting improvements Claymore Close, Cleethorpes [LTC203‐15] Tactile Crossing Programme Routes / Sites of concern Works to support Speed Management Strategy Bus stops and Shelters Pedalway / NCN route signage Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure St Peters Avenue car park [LTA018‐1]. Road Sign Improvements – De‐cluttering

Value £122,000

Status Tender

£20,000

Consultation

£130,000

Design Status Site

On going TBC On going On going Consultation Consultation Tender On going


LTP3 Highway and Transport Programme 2012-13 Croft Baker Ward

KEY Cycling and Walking Traffic Safety Public Transport Maintenance Ward Boundary

LTC241 LTC194-20 LTC194-19 LTC191-71 LTC018-1 LTC191-4

LTC191-1

LTC191-16 LTC237

LTC191-2

LTC191-5 LTC202-6 LTC194-5

LTC238

LTC005

LTC194-4

LTC239 LTC203-15

CROFT BAKER LTC211-6

LTC218-11

LTC211-5

LTC191-72

LTC211-4

LTC191-26 LTC211-1 LTC191-25 LTC019

LTC233

LTC191-70

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East Marsh. Ref.

[LTC191]

[LTC209] [LTC229] [LTC194] [LTC205]

[LTC202]

Project Unclassified road surface treatment Nelson Street [LTC191-39] Albert St West [LTC191-32] (P) Oxford Street [LTC191-73] Bedford Street [LTC191-33] Railway Street [LTC191-41] Columbia Road [LTC191-6] (P) Roberts Street [LTC191-42] Cooper Road [LTC191-7] (P) Stanley Street [LTC191-43] Duncombe Street [LTC191-34] Strand Street [LTC191-44] (P) Eleanor Street [LTC191-9] (P) Thorold Street [LTC191-45] Fairmont Street [LTC191-10] (P) Tunnard Street [LTC191-46] Fraser Street [LTC191-12] Weelsby Street (South) [LTC191-27] Hanson Way [LTC191-35] (P) Weelsby Street [LTC191-47] (P) Hilda Street (North) [LTC191-36] (P) Wellington Street Huddleston Road [LTC191-15] [LTC191-48] (P) Humberstone Road [LTC191-37] Wragby Street [LTC191-49] Kent Street [LTC191-38] Lighting in high crime areas Buller Street, Grimsby [LTC209-19] Strand Street, Grimsby [LTC209-30] Tactile Crossing Programme Routes / Sites of concern Works to support Speed Management Strategy Traffic Signal Modification Victor Street x Oxford Street [LTC202-1] Freeman Street x Wellington Street [LTC202-4] Freeman Street mid block [LTC202-5] Signal modification schemes along Freeman Street are currently under review based on the outcome of the Council’s regeneration aspirations for the area.

Status

Site

Ongoing TBC On-going On-going Design On hold


LTP3 Highway and Transport Programme 2012-13 East Marsh Ward

KEY Cycling and Walking Traffic Safety Public Transport

EAST MARSH

Maintenance Ward Boundary

LTC194-8

LTC209-30

LTC191-45

LTC194-7

LTC191-44 LTC191-38

LTC191-36 LTC191-32

LTC191-41

LTC194-6

LTC191-33

LTC191-47

LTC191-39 LTC191-43

LTC202-5

LTC191-61

LTC191-73

LTC203-2 LTC191-34

LTC191-62

LTC194-15 LTC202-1

LTC191-48

LTC194-29

LTC191-35

LTC191-46 LTC191-43

LTC202-4

LTC191-56 LTC194-32

LTC194-12

LTC194-11 LTC191-48

LTC191-40

LTC191-9 LTC191-12

LTC191-42

LTC191-49

AS4

LTC209-19

AS4

LTC191-7

LTC191-37 LTC194-10

LTC191-59

LTC191-6

LTC191-27 LTC191-15

LTC191-10

AS4

LTC194-23

AS4

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Freshney. Ref. [LTE014]

Ref. [LTC209] [LTC229] [LTC205] [LTC211] [LTC218] [LTA019]

Project The Avenue, on-road contra flow cycle route

Project Lighting in high crime areas Bransdale Way, Grimsby [LTC209-10] Welholme Avenue, Grimsby [LTC209-11] Tactile Crossing Programme Works to support Speed Management Strategy Bus stops and Shelters Cycle Parking Road Sign Improvements – De-cluttering

Value £20,000

Status Design

Status On going TBC On-going Consultation Site On-going


LTP3 Highway and Transport Programme 2012-13 Freshney Ward

KEY Cycling and Walking Traffic Safety Public Transport Maintenance Ward Boundary

LTCA019

FRESHNEY

LTC218-6

LTC211-8

LTE104

LTC218-7

LTC209-10

LTC218-5

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Haverstoe. Ref. [LTC229] [LTC194] [LTC205] [LTC211] [LTC217]

Project Tactile Crossing Programme Routes / Sites of concern Works to support Speed Management Strategy Bus stops and Shelters Pedalway / NCN route signage

Status TBC On-going On-going Consultation Consultation


LTP3 Highway and Transport Programme 2012-13 Haverstoe Ward

KEY Cycling and Walking Traffic Safety Public Transport Maintenance

Haverstoe LTC191-70

LTC233 LTA019 LTC211-3

LTC194-31

LTC211-2

LTA019

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Heneage. Ref. [LTC234] [LTC237] [LTC238]

Project A16 Peaks Parkway (southbound) Clee Crescent Footway A46 Clee Road Footway

Ref.

[LTC191]

[LTC229] [LTC194] [LTC205] [LTC176] [LTC211] [LTC202]

Unclassified road surface treatment Acklam Grove [LTC191‐31] Beeley Road [LTC191‐1] Bestall Road [LTC191‐2] (P) Catherine Street [LTC191‐3] Claremont Road [LTC191‐4] Clee Crescent [LTC191‐5] (P) Colin Avenue [LTC191‐67] Donnington Street [LTC191‐8] (P) Eleanor Street [LTC191‐9] Fairmont Street [LTC191‐10] Filey Road [LTC191‐11] Hare Street [LTC191‐13] Holyoake Road [LTC191‐14]

Project Kelham Road [LTC191‐16] Margaret Street [LTC191‐17] Miller Avenue [LTC191‐18] Recto Avenue [LTC191‐19] Revigo Avenue [LTC191‐20] (P) Rialto Avenue [LTC191‐21] St Andrews Drive [LTC191‐22] Tasburgh Street [LTC191‐23] Unity Road [LTC191‐24] Vaughan Avenue [LTC191‐25] Vivian Avenue [LTC191‐26] (P) Welholme Road [LTC191‐28] Whitby Drive [LTC191‐29] Willingham Street [LTC191‐30]

Tactile Crossing Programme Routes / Sites of concern Works to support Speed Management Strategy School Safety Zones Bus stops and shelters Traffic Signal Modification Clee Road mid block [LTC202-6] Ladysmith Road x Weelsby Road [LTC202-7]

Value £52,000 £48,000 £22,000

Status Site Design Design

Status

Site

TBC On going On going Consultation Consultation Design Complete


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LTC218-12 LTC191-7

LTC191-30 LTC191-17

LTC191-10 LTC191-6

LTC191-8

LTC191-42

LTC191-3 LTC191-23 LTC194-17 LTC191-13

LTC194-18

LTC194-30

LTC191-15

LTC194-23

LTC191-18

LTC191-67 LTC191-31

LTC191-14 LTC194-28

LTC194-24

LTC194-16

LTC191-1

LTC191-24

LTC176-03

LTC194-4 LTC191-2

LTC237

LTC191-21 LTC191-19

HENEAGE LTC191-11

LTC238

LTC191-4

LTC191-5 LTC194-5

LTC005

LTC191-29

LTC191-20

LTC191-26

LTA019 LTC235 LTC202-07

LTC191-72

LTC191-22 LTC191-25

KEY Cycling and Walking Traffic Safety Public Transport Maintenance Ward Boundary

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Humberston & New Waltham. Ref. [LTC232] [LTC240] [LTC242]

Ref. [LTC191] [LTC229] [LTC194] [LTC205] [LTC227] [LTC217] [LTA019]

Project A16 Peaks Parkway (northbound) A1098 Hewitts Avenue A1243 Louth Road

Project Unclassified road surface treatment Cardiff Avenue [LTC191-66] Tactile Crossing Programme Routes / Sites of concern Works to support Speed Management Strategy PROW Bridges and Surfacing Pedalway / NCN route signage Road Sign Improvements – De-cluttering

Value £66,239 £71,086 £16,523

Status Site Site Site

Status Site TBC On going On going TBC Consultation On going


LTP3 Highway and Transport Programme 2011-12 Humberston and New Waltham Ward

KEY Cycling and Walking Traffic

LTA019

Safety

LTC233

Public Transport

LTC191-70

Maintenance Ward Boundary

LTC211-3

LTC194-18 LTC235

LTA019

LTC240

LTC194-31

LTC211-2

LTC242

LTC191-66

HUMBERSTON AND NEW WALTHAM

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Immingham. Ref. [LTC234] [LTC228]

Ref. [LTC209] [LTC229] [LTC194] [LTC205] [LTC211] [LTC227] [LTC218] [LTC221]

Project A1173 Queens Road Stallingborough Interchange PROW Study

Project Lighting in high crime areas Highfield Avenue, Immingham [LTC209-34] Tactile Crossing Programme Routes / Sites of concern Works to support Speed Management Strategy Bus stops and Shelters PROW Bridges and Surfacing Cycle Parking ATC Upgrades and New Sites

Value £53,000 £20,000

Status Complete Design

Status On going TBC On going On going Consultation TBC Site Tender


LTP3 Highway and Transport Programme 2012-13 Immingham Ward

KEY A18/A180 Cycling and Walking Traffic Safety Public Transport

LTC221-1

LTC218-4

LTC234

LTC218-3 LTC209-34 LTC218-13 LTC211-7

IMMINGHAM

LTC228

LTC211-10 LTC194-21

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Park. Ref. [LTC191] [LTC229] [LTC194] [LTC205] [LTC218] [LTA019]

Project Unclassified road surface treatment Devonshire Avenue [LTC191-68] Rudham Avenue [LTC191-69] Tactile Crossing Programme Routes / Sites of concern Works to support Speed Management Strategy Cycle Parking Road Sign Improvements – De-cluttering

Status Site TBC On going On going Site On going


LTP3 Highway and Transport Programme 2012-13 Park Ward

LTC194-9

LTC202-3

LTC194-27 LTC191-30

LTC209-22

LTC191-28 LTC209-18

LTC221-2

LTC194-16 LTC194-30 LTC209-14 LTC209-15

LTC209-13

LTC209-12

LTC209-11

LTC209-17 LTC209-16 LTC194-34

LTC194-33 LTC194-28

LTA019

PARK

LTC191-68

LTC235

LTC191-69

LTC209-7 LTC218-10

LTC218-9

KEY Cycling and Walking Traffic LTC235

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Scartho. Ref. [LTC229] [LTC227]

Project Tactile Crossing Programme PROW Bridges and Surfacing

Status TBC TBC


LTP3 Highway and Transport Programme 2012-13 Scartho Ward

KEY

SCARTHO

Cycling and Walking Traffic Safety Public Transport Maintenance Ward Boundary

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Sidney Sussex. Ref.

[LTC241]

Ref.

[LTC191]

[LTC203]

[LTC191] [LTC229] [LTC194] [LTC205]

Project Grant Street Footway This scheme is currently under review by the programme manager as part of the Grant Street footway was resurfaced as part of a maintenance scheme on Alexandra Road in 2010/11. The budget may be reallocated within the Maintenance programme subject to approval.

Value

Status

£17,000

Consultation

Project Unclassified road surface treatment Manchester Street [LTC191‐57] (P) Barcroft Street [LTC191‐50] Park View [LTC191‐58] Bennett Road [LTC191‐51] (P) Robson Road [LTC191‐60] Combe Street [LTC191‐52] Sidney Street [LTC191‐61] Constitutional Avenue [LTC191‐53] Sussex Street [LTC191‐62] (P) Daubney Street [LTC191‐54] (P) Tiverton Street [LTC191‐63] Freeston Street [LTC191‐55] (P) Ward Street [LTC191‐64] Johnson Street [LTC191‐56] (P) Wilson Street [LTC191‐65] Street lighting improvements Lovett Street, Cleethorpes [LTC203‐4] Blundell Avenue, Cleethorpes [LTC203‐5] Tiverton Street, Cleethorpes [LTC203‐6] B&C road surface treatment Park Street [LTC191‐40] Queen Mary Avenue [LTC191‐59] Tactile Crossing Programme Routes / Sites of concern Works to support Speed Management Strategy

Status

Site

On going

Site TBC On going On going


LTP3 Highway and Transport Programme 2012-13 Sidney Sussex Ward

 KEY Cycling and Walking Traffic Safety Public Transport Maintenance Ward Boundary

LTC191-45

LTC191-54 LTC191-50 LTC191-61

LTC194-29

SIDNEY SUSSEX

LTC191-53

LTC191-62 LTC203-4

LTC203-6

LTC191-57

LTC191-65

LTC203-5 LTC191-52

LTC191-64

LTC191-40 LTC191-55

LTC191-58

LTC191-51 LTC191-59

LTC191-60

LTC241

LTC191-19

LTC191-20

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South. Ref.

[LTC209]

[LTC229] [LTC194] [LTC205] [LTC227] [LTC218]

Project Lighting in high crime areas New Close [LTC209‐5] Stainton Drive [LTC209‐1] Newton Grove [LTC209‐6] Belton Grove [LTC209‐2] Kingsley Grove [LTC209‐7] Alder View (part) [LTC209‐3] Walton Grove [LTC209‐8] Byron Grove [LTC209‐4] Leighton Grove [LTC209‐9] Tactile Crossing Programme Routes / Sites of concern Works to support Speed Management Strategy PROW Bridges and Surfacing Cycle Parking

Status

On going TBC On going On going TBC Complete


LTP3 Highway and Transport Programme 2012-13 South Ward

KEY Cycling and Walking Traffic Safety Public Transport Maintenance Ward Boundary

LTC194-25

LTC194-3

SOUTH

LTC194-22

LTC209-9 LTC209-4

LTC209-6 LTC209-5

LTC194-26

LTC209-8 LTC209-7

LTC209-3 LTC209-2

LTC209-1

LTC194-1

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Waltham. Ref.

[LTC203]

[LTC229] [LTC211] [LTC176] [LTC227] [LTC217]

Project Street lighting improvements Mayfair Crescent [LTC203‐7] Chiltern Drive [LTC203‐8] Danesfield Avenue [LTC203‐9] Philip Avenue [LTC203‐10] Dorothy Avenue [LTC203‐11] Summerfield Avenue [LTC203‐12] Summerfield Close [LTC203‐13] Doughty Close LTC203‐14] Tactile Crossing Programme Bus stops and Shelters School Safety Zones PROW Bridges and Surfacing Pedalway / NCN route signage

Status

On going

TBC Consultation Consultation TBC Consultation


LTP3 Highway and Transport Programme 2012-13 Waltham Ward

KEY Cycling and Walking Traffic Safety

LTC203-12 LTC203-13 LTC203-14 LTC203-10

Public Transport Maintenance

LTC211-9

LTC203-11

Ward Boundary LTC203-7

LTC230-8

WALTHAM LTC236

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West Marsh. Ref. TBC [LTE107]

Ref. [LTC191]

[LTC203]

[LTC209]

[LTC229] [LTC194] [LTC205] [LTA018] [LTA019] [LTC202]

Project Baxtergate overbridge St James Square off road shared cycle/footway

Value £410,000 £3,000

Project Unclassified road surface treatment Alexandra Road [LTC191‐74] Lord Street [LTC191‐75] Street lighting improvements Corporation Road Bridge [LTC203‐2] Cleethorpes Road Flyover, Grimsby [LTC203‐3] Lighting in high crime areas Dunmow Street, [LTC209‐27] Cartergate (part) [LTC209‐20] Harlow Street, [LTC209‐28] Earl Street, [LTC209‐21] Anderson Street [LTC209‐29] Hargrave Street [LTC209‐23] Thorgam Court, [LTC209‐31] Stortford Street, [LTC209‐24] Harrison Street, [LTC209‐32] Cleveland Street, [LTC209‐25] Bramble Close, [LTC209‐33] Clavering Street [LTC209‐26] Tactile Crossing Programme Routes / Sites of concern Works to support Speed Management Strategy Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Road Sign Improvements – De-cluttering Traffic Signal Modification Boulevard Avenue mid block [LTC202-2]

Status Design Design

Status Site On going

On going

TBC On going On going Tender On going Design


LTP3 Highway and Transport Programme 2012-13 West Marsh Ward

KEY Cycling and Walking Traffic Safety Public Transport Maintenance Ward Boundary

WEST MARSH

LTA019

LTC205

LTC209-26 LTC209-25

LTC209-27

LTC209-28 LTC209-24

LTC209-23 LTC203-2 LTC191-74 LTC191-75

LTC202-2 LTC209-21 LTC209-32

LTC209-29

LTC209-33 LTC209-31

LTC194-14 LTC194-13

LTA018-2

LTC209-20 TBC

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Wolds. Ref. [LTC236] [LTC195-2] [LTC195-1] [LTE105] [LTC204]

Ref. [LTC229] [LTC194] [LTC205] [LTC176] [LTC227] [LTC217]

Project A18 Barton Street (also Waltham) Aylesby Village Laceby Village A18 Barton Street Off road cycle path Road Sign Improvements – Healing Village

Project Tactile Crossing Programme Routes / Sites of concern Works to support Speed Management Strategy School Safety Zones PROW Bridges and Surfacing Pedalway / NCN route signage

Value £49,000 £15,000 £15,000 £20,000 £3,000

Status Site Consultation Consultation Design Design

Status TBC On going On going Consultation TBC Consultation


LTP3 Highway and Transport Programme 2012-13 Wolds Ward

KEY Cycling and Walking

LTC204

Traffic Safety Public Transport Maintenance Ward Boundary

LTC195-2 LTC194-2

LTC194-1

LTC176-05 LTC195-1

WOLDS LTE105

LTC236

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Yarborough. Ref. [LTC229] [LTC194] [LTC198] [LTC205] [LTC227] [LTC218] [LTC202]

Project Tactile Crossing Programme Routes / Sites of concern School Safety Zones Works to support Speed Management Strategy PROW Bridges and Surfacing Cycle Parking Traffic Signal Modification Dudley St x Littlefield Lane [LTC202-3]

Status TBC On going Consultation On going TBC Complete Design


LTP3 Highway and Transport Programme 2012-13 Yarborough Ward

KEY Cycling and Walking Traffic Safety Public Transport Maintenance Ward Boundary

LTC218-8

LTC194-9

Yarborough LTC194-25

LTC194-26

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Cross Ward projects. These are schemes that have been undertaken across a number of different wards and values of work complete / initial estimates are not attributable to individual wards. See individual ward maps and the LTP Capital programme for more details of schemes. Ref. [LTC191] [LTC203] [LTC209] [LTC191] [LTC229] [LTC194] [LTC205] [LTC176] [LTC218] [LTC227] [LTC217] [LTC211] [LTC202] [LTA018] [LTA019]

Project Unclassified Road surface treatment Street lighting improvements Lighting in higher crime areas B&C Road surface treatment Tactile Crossing Programme Routes & Sites of Concern Works to support Speed Management Strategy School Safety Zones Cycle Parking PROW Bridges and Surfacing Pedalway / NCN route signage Bus Stops & Shelters Traffic Signal Modification EV Charging Infrastructure Road Sign Improvements – De-cluttering

Value £557,722 £250,000 £100,000 £45,959 £25,000 £214,000 £168,096 £60,000 £30,000 £10,000 £5,000 £83,500 £430,000 £25,000 £6,000

Status Site On going On going Site TBC On going On going Consultation Site TBC Consultation Consultation Design Tender On going

Pedalway / NCN route signage – provisional route to be agreed in summer 2012 with a view to going on site in Spring 2013. Tactile Crossing Programme – programme to be developed from customer requests received and site surveys, expected to be on site in early 2013 PROW Bridges and Surfacing - programme to be developed from customer requests received and site surveys, expected to be on site in early 2013

Schemes with no geographical element. These schemes have no specific geographical element to them (and as such do not appear on the ward maps presented previously), it is expected that local residents across all wards will benefit for the introduction of these schemes. Ref. [LTC220] [LTC197] [LTC212] [LTE106]

Project Supporting TravelLincs Road safety, education, training and publicity Public Transport Information Cyclists Guide to North East Lincolnshire

Value £5,000 £5,000 £54,000 £5,000

Status Design On going On going Tender


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Index of schemes The table below presents a list of all current LTP schemes ordered by the current estimated costs. Further details on individual schemes can be found elsewhere in this report and in the LTP Annual Capital Programme 2012/13. Ref. LTC191 LTC202 TBC LTC203 LTC194 LTC205 LTC005 LTC233 LTC209 LTC211 LTC236 LTC240 LTC232 LTC176 LTC212 LTC234 LTC235 LTC237 LTC191 LTC218 LTC229 LTA018 LTC238 LTC239 LTE104 LTE105 LTC228 LTC241 LTC242 LTC195-2 LTC195-1 LTC227 LTC221 LTA019 LTC197 LTC220 LTC217 LTE106 LTC204 LTE107

Project UNC Road Surface Treatment Traffic Signal modification and modernisation Baxtergate over bridge Street Lighting improvements Routes / Sites of concern Works to support Speed Management Strategy Clee Road off road cycle track A1031 Humberston Road Lighting in high crime areas Bus Stops & Shelters A18 Barton Street A1098 Hewitt’s Avenue A16 Peaks Parkway School Safety Zones Public Transport Information A1173 Queens Road A16 Peaks Parkway Clee Crescent Footway B&C Road Surface Treatment Cycle Parking Tactile Crossing Programme Electric Vehicle Charing Infrastructure A46 Clee Road Footway Cambridge Street Footway The Avenue, Great Coates A18 Barton Street off road cycle track Stallingborough Interchange PROW study Grant Street Footway A1243 Louth Road Aylesby village Laceby village PROW bridges & surfacing ATC Upgrades and new sites Road sign improvements – Decluttering Road safety Education, Training and Publicity Supporting TravelLincs Pedalway/ NCN route signage Cyclists guide to North East Lincolnshire Road sign improvements – Healing Village St James Square off road cycle track

Cost £557,722 £430,000 £410,000 £250,000 £214,000 £168,096 £130,000 £122,000 £100,000 £83,500 £75,591 £71,086 £66,239 £60,000 £54,000 £53,805 £52,000 £48,000 £45,959 £30,000 £25,000 £25,000 £22,000 £20,000 £20,000 £20,000 £20,000 £17,000 £16,523 £15,000 £15,000 £10,000 £8,000 £6,000 £5,000 £5,000 £5,000 £5,000 £3,000 £3,000



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