Ros Jones, Mayor of Doncaster, would like further clarity from the Government on its HS2 announcement that the line will be delivered in full but with a further review for phase two on how to reduce costs and integrate it into the existing network.
Sustainability Appraisal (SA) (including Strategic Environmental Assessment) assesses the significant environmental, social and economic effects of the Local Plan, the "reasonable" alternatives to the Plan's strategy, policies and proposals; and the reasons for discounting alternatives. Mitigation is proposed to avoid, minimise and compensate for negative effects and to maximise positive effects.
Work on this important road improvement scheme started on 22 July 2019 and is expected to last around two years. Motorists are advised to use other routes into Doncaster where they can to avoid delays.
The A630 West Moor Link is a major road improvement scheme which will benefit people travelling from the east of the borough towards Doncaster town centre.
Find out how to apply for or renew a parking permit, report a faulty street light, report pot holes, get information about the blue badge scheme, current roadworks, highway licensing, parking, road safety and traffic management.
Organisations that provide passenger transport on a ‘not-for-profit’ basis can apply for permits under Section 19 (s19) of the Transport Act 1985. These permits allow the holder to operate transport services for hire or reward without the need for a full public service vehicle (PSV) operator’s licence.
Find out more about what travel and transport support is available for people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and where to find it.
Mayor Ros Jones and her cabinet have approved a Sheffield City Region Transforming Cities bid which could see Doncaster residents benefit from a raft of new transport initiatives.
The Hatfield Link Road is a 2.9km stretch of new road from Junction 5 of the M18 to Waggons Way next to the former Hatfield Colliery. It is much more than a new road though. It is a crucial piece of infrastructure which enables work to start on the exciting Unity Project.
The Pupil Support and Passenger Transport Team provide travel assistance to and from mainstream schools, special schools, colleges, and to interim tuition services - along with help with board and lodging cost for school residential trips.