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Ipswich resident (Other (please specify))

On 18/08/2016, an interested resident participated in the Suffolk County Council Upper Orwell Crossing (Wet Dock Crossing) public consultation.

In Brief:There is some congestion or delays. - Other (please specify).
Biggest concern: Noise.
Favourite Traffic Management solution: Physical measures to prevent through traffic.

Person made these comments:

Only in Suffolk would you decide to reduce congestion near the town centre and on the by-pass by directing more traffic through residential streets. According to your ill-thought out plans, virtually all cross town traffic from the Mildenhall, Stoke Park, Thorington park and Probably much of pinewood would travel through Luther Road & Station St to the new bridge. As both street already have traffic calming measures which have little effect. (apart from turning Croft St into a rat run) I cannot see what other measures you take in that area. Its also the main pedestrian route for school children to Hillside and Stoke High and also has a children's playground along side it. The Travel Ipswich Scheme was supposed to relieve congestion in the town centre but has been an object failure and I suspect this scheme in its project form will meet the same fate and it will move the congestion to residential streets instead of largely non residential ones.

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Ipswich resident (Car driver)

On 18/08/2016, an interested resident participated in the Suffolk County Council Upper Orwell Crossing (Wet Dock Crossing) public consultation.

In Brief:There is always congestion or delays. - Car driver.
Biggest concern: Congestion.
Favourite Traffic Management solution: Reduced speed limits.

No comment made

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Ipswich resident (Other (please specify))

On 18/08/2016, an interested resident participated in the Suffolk County Council Upper Orwell Crossing (Wet Dock Crossing) public consultation as a representative of an organisation.

In Brief:. - Other (please specify).
Biggest concern: Safely crossing the road.
Favourite Traffic Management solution: Night time ban for HGVs.

Person made these comments:

These crossings will not address the congestion of the town so what is the benefit to town residents? Questions from Ipswich Green Party Meeting 29/07/2016 Where are the actual Plans/ Which roads are the crossings connecting to/from? The map isn't accurate enough to show outcomes for residents What is meant by East and West because the crossings are not, they are more specific, are they not (Q13/14) What would Option C offer on the Island and when did the Island become private? ( Older residents remember when there was a tree lined Promenade) With so much of the waterfront unoccupied, who is going to want the Island. Why do you think it will attract investment? What about existing businesses e.g FairLine - will they have to move? What about safety of pedestrians and cyclist with heavy traffic also using the crossing? With busier roads in a small area how will it improve traffic congestion? Where is the money to create a by-pass to the north which would take traffic out of the town and be more effective in reducing traffic congestion? Where is the money to improve Landseer/Holywells Road for residents, cyclists, pedestrians, and vehicles? And what will happen to the Wherstead Road; will that be improved to take more traffic? The survey has opened up more questions than answeres.

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Ipswich resident (Public transport user)

On 18/08/2016, an interested resident participated in the Suffolk County Council Upper Orwell Crossing (Wet Dock Crossing) public consultation.

In Brief:There is often congestion or delays. - Public transport user.
Biggest concern: Congestion.
Favourite Traffic Management solution: Physical measures to prevent through traffic.

Person made these comments:

Crossings a good idea but not if other roads are closed.

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55-64 Male Ipswich resident (Other (please specify))

On 18/08/2016, an interested Male resident participated in the Suffolk County Council Upper Orwell Crossing (Wet Dock Crossing) public consultation.

In Brief:There is always congestion or delays. - Other (please specify).
Biggest concern: Noise.
Favourite Traffic Management solution: Physical measures to prevent through traffic.

Person made these comments:

The crossings are a good idea as long as they are going to provide additional routes across town and not be used to close other roads i.e Salthouse St & College St etc.

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65-74 Female Ipswich resident (Car driver)

On 18/08/2016, an interested Female resident participated in the Suffolk County Council Upper Orwell Crossing (Wet Dock Crossing) public consultation.

In Brief:There is some congestion or delays. - Car driver.
Biggest concern: Congestion.
Favourite Traffic Management solution: Pedestrian crossings.

Person made these comments:

Please could you instal a traffic light at the junction of Landseer Road and Sandyhill Lane. That is if the crossings go ahead.

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55-64 Male Ipswich resident (Other (please specify))

On 18/08/2016, an interested Male resident participated in the Suffolk County Council Upper Orwell Crossing (Wet Dock Crossing) public consultation as a representative of an organisation.

In Brief:There is often congestion or delays. - Other (please specify).
Biggest concern: Congestion.
Favourite Traffic Management solution: Reduced speed limits.

Person made these comments:

I was unaware that three bridges had been proposed.

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Ipswich resident (Car driver)

On 18/08/2016, an interested resident participated in the Suffolk County Council Upper Orwell Crossing (Wet Dock Crossing) public consultation.

In Brief:There is always congestion or delays. - Car driver.
Biggest concern: Congestion.
Favourite Traffic Management solution: Junction changes.

Person made these comments:

We are also hearing of the regeneration of the Tolly Cobbold Brewery - Great- also shops offices & 222 Flats so how can that help an alreay overloaded and dangerous road network.

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65-74 Female Ipswich resident (Other (please specify))

On 18/08/2016, an interested Female resident participated in the Suffolk County Council Upper Orwell Crossing (Wet Dock Crossing) public consultation.

In Brief:There is always congestion or delays. - Other (please specify).
Biggest concern: Noise.
Favourite Traffic Management solution: Physical measures to prevent through traffic.

No comment made

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Ipswich resident ()

On 18/08/2016, an interested resident participated in the Suffolk County Council Upper Orwell Crossing (Wet Dock Crossing) public consultation.

In Brief:. - .
Biggest concern: None of the issues concern me.
Favourite Traffic Management solution: .

No comment made

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75 Male Ipswich resident (Car driver)

On 18/08/2016, an interested Male resident participated in the Suffolk County Council Upper Orwell Crossing (Wet Dock Crossing) public consultation.

In Brief:There is often congestion or delays. - Car driver.
Biggest concern: Safely crossing the road.
Favourite Traffic Management solution: Pedestrian crossings.

No comment made

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65-74 Male Ipswich resident (Car driver)

On 18/08/2016, an interested Male resident participated in the Suffolk County Council Upper Orwell Crossing (Wet Dock Crossing) public consultation.

In Brief:There is often congestion or delays. - Car driver.
Biggest concern: Access to your driveway.
Favourite Traffic Management solution: Pedestrian crossings.

Person made these comments:

Should be near the school and Cliff Lane, Obviously this survey doesn't attempt to recognise the views already put forward at various meetings in connection with Holywells Park. Mainly congestion and lack of parking.

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35-44 Female Ipswich (Car driver)

On 18/08/2016, an interested Female participated in the Suffolk County Council Upper Orwell Crossing (Wet Dock Crossing) public consultation as a representative of an organisation.

In Brief:There is often congestion or delays. - Car driver.
Biggest concern: Congestion.
Favourite Traffic Management solution: Junction changes.

No comment made

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45-54 Male Ipswich resident (Car driver)

On 18/08/2016, an interested Male resident participated in the Suffolk County Council Upper Orwell Crossing (Wet Dock Crossing) public consultation.

In Brief:There is always congestion or delays. - Car driver.
Biggest concern: None of the issues concern me.
Favourite Traffic Management solution: .

No comment made

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65-74 Female Ipswich resident (Pedestrian)

On 18/08/2016, an interested Female resident participated in the Suffolk County Council Upper Orwell Crossing (Wet Dock Crossing) public consultation.

In Brief:There is often congestion or delays. - Pedestrian.
Biggest concern: None of the issues concern me.
Favourite Traffic Management solution: Physical measures to prevent through traffic.

No comment made

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55-64 Male Ipswich resident business owner property/land owner worker (Other (please specify))

On 18/08/2016, an interested Male resident business owner property/land owner who works in Ipswich participated in the Suffolk County Council Upper Orwell Crossing (Wet Dock Crossing) public consultation.

In Brief:There is always congestion or delays. - Other (please specify).
Biggest concern: Cyclist access.
Favourite Traffic Management solution: Traffic calming.

No comment made

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65-74 Female Ipswich resident (Car driver)

On 18/08/2016, an interested Female resident participated in the Suffolk County Council Upper Orwell Crossing (Wet Dock Crossing) public consultation.

In Brief:There is some congestion or delays. - Car driver.
Biggest concern: Air quality.
Favourite Traffic Management solution: Parking changes/restrictions.

No comment made

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65-74 Female Ipswich resident (Public transport user)

On 18/08/2016, an interested Female resident participated in the Suffolk County Council Upper Orwell Crossing (Wet Dock Crossing) public consultation.

In Brief:There is some congestion or delays. - Public transport user.
Biggest concern: Safely crossing the road.
Favourite Traffic Management solution: Pedestrian crossings.

Person made these comments:

NO

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65-74 Male Ipswich resident (Other (please specify))

On 18/08/2016, an interested Male resident participated in the Suffolk County Council Upper Orwell Crossing (Wet Dock Crossing) public consultation.

In Brief:There is often congestion or delays. - Other (please specify).
Biggest concern: None of the issues concern me.
Favourite Traffic Management solution: Traffic calming.

Person made these comments:

No

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75 Prefer not to say Ipswich resident (Car driver)

On 18/08/2016, an interested Prefer not to say resident participated in the Suffolk County Council Upper Orwell Crossing (Wet Dock Crossing) public consultation.

In Brief:There is often congestion or delays. - Car driver.
Biggest concern: Congestion.
Favourite Traffic Management solution: Physical measures to prevent through traffic.

No comment made

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