What is MORE?
Multi Modal Optimisation of Road Space in Europe (MORE) is a European Commission funded research project that recognises roads are under pressure and the demand for transport is becoming increasingly diverse. Delays and variable travel times put the reliability of the network at risk both for passengers and freight. This requires a more efficient use of road space, applying multimodal design.
At the same time, developing safe and attractive cities demands transport and city planners to encourage street activity and reduce traffic dominance. MORE will develop design concepts that acknowledge such variety in economic and social interests, considering the needs of all road users.
London is a city partner of MORE using the A2, illustrated below, as it’s case study corridor from Bricklayers Arms to the M25, where the corridor joins the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T).
This survey is designed to gather issues experienced by local street and road users on a short section of the A2 corridor focussed in New Cross which has been identified as a particular area of the A2 under pressure.
The results of this survey will be used in the co-creation of design options which incorporate experimental options such as flexible use of kerb space and dynamic allocation of road space to accommodate different functions. There will be the opportunity to participate in workshops to develop these designs which we hope you will be interested in joining.
The map gives an overview of the whole feeder route (A2) and scheme area New Cross Gate in the context of London Scheme AreaFeeder Route: The map gives an overview of the whole feeder route:
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 769276
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