Arle Court Transport Hub Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
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Gloucestershire County Council is proposing improvements to Arle Court Park and Ride (now known as Arle Court Transport Hub), in Cheltenham, to expand bus services and to improve facilities on site and connections to the walking and cycling network.
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- What does the scheme involve?
- Why is the scheme needed?
- Are these proposals part of the M5 Junction 10 Improvements Scheme?
- Who is funding the scheme and how much?
- Does the positive funding announcement guarantee that the proposals will happen?
- Why can’t these funds be spent on routine maintenance?
- What is Homes England?
- Which local authorities are involved?
- Will the council have to purchase land or property to build the scheme?
- What are the environmental impacts of the new scheme?
- Questions about the site and construction
- What opportunities are there to have my say on the proposals?
- Is the scheme linked to other projects?
- What are the timescales for the scheme?
The proposed improvements to Arle Court Park and Ride (now known as Arle Court Transport Hub), in Cheltenham include;
- A new Multi-Storey Car Park (MSCP);
- Increase the capacity and improve facilities for bicycle/scooter parking, with the opportunity for bicycle/scooter hire services;
- Improve connections to the existing walking and cycling network;
- An increase in the number of local bus services and the opportunity for long distance coach travel; and
- Improve passenger journey experience by providing new facilities on site such as a covered waiting area, commercial unit, toilets and information board.
The proposals are part of the concept design for Arle Court Transport Hub however, the details of the scheme are subject to change over the coming months as the design is finalised.