Following the identification of outline layout options for the P&R site and a preliminary engineering analysis on these layouts, including identification of environmental issues, Scott Wilson Ltd were asked to prepare a Business Case Analysis for the proposed engineering design at the Landfall Site.
The intention is to enable the client group to assess the potential for implementing the project.
The SEStran Regional Transport Strategy (RTS) committed SEStran to develop a Regional Park and Ride Strategy which would objectively review present-day park and ride provision and use in the SEStran area, and set a framework for developing and assessing future investment in park and ride. The strategy is nested within the RTS objectives, and the role of park and ride in meeting these objectives has been considered. For the purposes of this analysis, the area has been considered in three broad corridors, North, West and South / East, and has considered park and ride issues relating to travel to all major destinations. This study has a number of key analytical elements which are described below:
This report identifies measures to reduce the use of single occupancy car trips using the Tay Road Bridge in the context of the recent removal of the tolls that had historically been charged in a southbound direction only. Develop proposals for Park and Ride (P+R) and/or park and choose site(s) in the northern Fife area to assist in reducing single occupancy car trips across the Tay Road Bridge Identify a package of sustainable mode interventions that will alos contribute towards a reduction in single occuypancy car triups across Tay Bridge.