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A27 – HAILSHAM/EASTBOURNE STC – BHLR AFTERMATH – WALKING – CYCLING – PUBLIC TRANSPORT – AIR – PARKING

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A27 CONSULTATION The consultation on Highways England proposals for improvement of the A27 between Lewes and Polegate closed on the 4th December, 2015. The document can be read here: Consultation brochure. Our response can be read here: a27-cons-11-16. Please also see the … Continue reading

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BEXHILL-HASTINGS: DELAYED BUS LANES; EAST SUSSEX TRANSPORT OVERVIEW

A259 BUS LANES – DELAYED CONSTRUCTION Provision of bus lanes on the A259 was one of the conditions on which Link Road funding was granted in 2012. They were first promised in 2004 to ‘complement’ the road, along with ‘new services … Continue reading

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HASTINGS ALLIANCE and CAMPAIGN FOR BETTER TRANSPORT EAST SUSSEX : JANUARY 2016

BHLR – Local Transport Plan 3 – Campaign Pointers for 2016 – A Range of Measures The opening of the Bexhill to Hastings Link Road took place in late December – precisely 7 years after the initial date predicted by … Continue reading

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BHLR: DELAY – COSTS INCREASE – APOLOGIES – BLAME

There has been a long time lapse since the last update – apologies for that. This is a quick update and will be followed in the next two weeks with latest news and also comment on transport issues in Hastings, … Continue reading

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MASSIVELY EXPENSIVE BHLR : TRAGICOMEDY CONTINUES : ELECTION – QUESTIONS FOR CANDIDATES

So much is wrong with the Bexhill to Hastings Link Road (BHLR) that it would be very fertile ground for a film, play – or comic opera. One aspect of the saga is the ever rising cost, so where better to … Continue reading

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EAST SUSSEX: UNCERTAIN ROLE FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORT ?

PROPOSED CUTS IN BUS SERVICES There has been a massive response to the County County consultation on its proposed cuts, though there’s a high probability that the complex design of the questionnaire will have deterred many from attempting to fill … Continue reading

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SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT IN THE SHADOW OF BHLR

SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT NEWS UPDATE Bexhill to Hastings Link Road (BHLR) ‘Complementary Measures’ – Offsetting Environmental Destruction – Real Time Bus Information – Access to Hospital, or not – Glyne Gap Station – Bus Service Cuts – Challenging £multi-million South Coast … Continue reading

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