Stockton JSNA


Transport

What services are currently provided?

Interventions to improve safety are developed using detailed casualty data, plus national and local studies. Current programmes include: 

Current Schemes Delivered

Links to other JSNA Topics/Themes

Pressures for future delivery

Implementation of local highway safety and maintenance schemes.

Provided by Local Authority

Topic - Safe and sustainable communities.

Theme – People, vulnerable groups

Reducing budgets and resources. Insufficient capital budgets to repair highways in states of disrepair and implement local safety schemes.

Identification of casualty reduction schemes through road accident data, traffic volume information and community concerns.

Provided by Local Authority.

Topic – Ensure a healthy standard of living. Develop healthy and sustainable communities.

Themes – People, vulnerable groups, behaviour/lifestyle.

Reduced budgets available to treat small scale schemes and not implement neighbourhood wide initiatives.

Delivery of road safety education, training and publicity initiatives to schools, businesses and residents.

Provided by LA, Police and Fire and Rescue.

Topic – Ensure a healthy standard of living. Develop healthy and sustainable communities.

Themes – People, vulnerable groups, behaviour/lifestyle. Environmental impacts.

Reducing budgets and competing with other agencies for training time, in particular schools.

Coordination of activities with Tees Childhood Injury Prevention Working Group.

 

Provided by Housing, Health, Police, Fire and LA’s.

Topic – Ensure a healthy standard of living. Develop healthy and sustainable communities.

Themes – People, vulnerable groups, behaviour/lifestyle.

Ensuring partners are tasked with working collaboratively to demonstrate value for money and sharing successes. Ensure integration across road, home, fire and personal safety. Engagement with hard to reach families.

 

Driver/Offender Retraining Services.

Provided by Police and LA.

Topic – Ensure a healthy standard of living. Develop healthy and sustainable communities.

Themes – People, vulnerable groups, behaviour/lifestyle. Environmental impacts.

Economic climate pressures and offenders chose to take penalty points as opposed to attending retraining courses.

Cycle Training and  Promotion – Bikeability National Standard Course.

Provided by LA.

 

Topic - Improved safety, developing healthy and sustainable communities, ill health prevention.

 

Department for Transport Funding guaranteed for a further year only.

School Crossing Patrol Service

Provided by LA.

Topic - Safe and sustainable communities.

Theme – People, vulnerable groups

Local Authority budgetary pressures to reduce service further.

Speed management – enforcement and engineering including 20 mph zones and limits.

Provided by Police, LA and Neighbourhoods.

Topic - Develop healthier and sustainable communities

Theme – People, vulnerable groups, behavioural/lifestyle

Increased number of vehicles using the public highway equates to greater exposure to risk. Possible resource issues with Cleveland Police.

Sustainable Travel Promotion in communities and businesses

Provided by Sustrans in partnership with LA

Topic - Safe and sustainable communities, strengthen the role and impact of ill health prevention, create a healthy standard of living.

Theme – People, vulnerable groups, behavioural/lifestyle

Budget pressures.

Promotion and marketing of safer road user behaviour and sustainable travel.

Provided by LA, Police, Fire, Charitable organisations.

Topic - Safe and sustainable communities.

Theme – People, vulnerable groups, behavioural/lifestyle

 

 

Local Authority budgetary pressures to reduce service further.

Travel planning including the installation of cycle parking.

Provided by LA.

 

Topic - Safe and sustainable communities, strengthen the role and impact of ill health prevention, create a healthy standard of living.

Theme – People, vulnerable groups, behavioural/lifestyle

Unattractive cycling infrastructure, lack of adult cycle training and over reliance on the private motor car.

Schools Transport Provision.

Provided by LA, private sector.

Topic - Safe and sustainable communities

Theme - People, vulnerable groups, behavioural/lifestyle

Budget pressures.

Evidence of progress for these interventions is published in Stockton’s annual Road Casualty Review.

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