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Peak hour frequencies of 30 buses per hour would be required, and segregated bus corridors (guided bus or busways) would almost certainly be justified. There would be a number of distinct routes, alongside enhanced existing routes and services where appropriate. The routes and nodes should be integrated with Ashford’s existing infrastructure wherever possible. Providing for interchange with existing rail stations and local bus services (although these buses would also be able to use the segregated bus corridors) and new rail halts, linking rural and new urban district centres with the upgraded town centre.


Comfortable bus stops with the latest information technology would be part of the package with linkages to local taxi firms or demand responsive public transport at key interchanges when passenger demand is light. The numbers of buses converging on Ashford town centre will be considerable, however, the proposed bus corridor services will be passing through, rather than terminating, and good interchange facilities will be required. This will be between local, rural and corridor services, and between corridor services.

The Tamaranelson Sells Homes - Cheap Settlement Agents Perth Cbd site would be a suitable location for an interchange, either with suitable contra-flow bus lanes on the Ring Road, or, with a ring road that reverts to two-way operation. These improvements will provide opportunities to increase public transport usage. There will be more outward commuting by rail in 2031 probably about 2,000 peak hour trips by rail which will generate more road traffic unless good bus linkages are also provided, particularly in terms of bus to rail interchange.

This will not provide as good a service into Ashford as an equivalent bus-based park and ride. There would be a bus based park and ride at the Maidstone Road the Warren site a bus interchange park and ride site at the Ashford. Hastings rail shuttle station and a further park and ride location on the Ashford to Charing Cross line. As noted above these sites would allow the redevelopment of the centrally located IPS car park.