Annual Monitoring Report

Tables of indicators: Table D: Movement and Accessibility

Performance Key:

Improving / On Target = ↑  Declining / Not on Target = ↓ No Change / No Update = ↔

Table D: Movement and Accessibility

POLICY AREA

INDICATOR

TARGET / AIM

COMMENTS

 

CS14: Accessible places and managing demand for travel

Percentage of completed non-residential development complying with car parking

standards set out in the Council's current parking standards

 

All developments to be in compliance

 

Commercial / retail developments assessed

 

Current Performance:

 

All developments in compliance during the year

Improving / On Target

CS14: Accessible places and managing demand for travel

Public transport patronage and modal share

Increase in public transport usage

South Yorkshire Passenger

Transport Executive, LTP3 indicator

 

Current Performance:

In 2021 public transport share =8.86 up from the Covid affected share of 5.16%. Car,LGV and MC share fell to 80.36% from 83.86%

Improving / On Target

CS14: Accessible places and managing demand for travel

 

Walk / cycle modal share

Increase walking and cycling share of journeys made

South Yorkshire Passenger

Transport Executive, LTP3 indicator

 

Current Performance:

 

In 2021 walk / cycle model increased from 6.06% to 6.58

Improving / On Target

CS14: Accessible places and managing demand for travel

Numbers killed or seriously injured on the borough's roads

Reduce number being killed or seriously injured

South Yorkshire Passenger

Transport Executive, LTP3 indicator

POLICY AREA

INDICATOR

TARGET / AIM

COMMENTS

 

Current Performance:

 Measured on 5 year average. To 2009 = 99, five year average to 2015 reduced to 92.
Change of recording procedures used by SY police in 2016 figure of 101 (new baseline),
2017 increased to 109,2018 to 118, 2019 to 135 and 2020 to 144

 

Note: There is no update for 2021-22. The previous post holder
has retired and I think the post is to be recruited

 

Declining / Not on Target

 

 

CS15: Key Routes and the

Strategic Road Network

 

Congestion - vehicle speed during the weekday morning

peak

Mitigate the impact of increasing car ownership and usage on

congestion on the key routes around Rotherham

 

 

South Yorkshire PTE - LTP3.

 

 

Current Performance:

 

Average speed on Local Roads by Local Authority showed a decline in
2021 to 27.0 (CGN0503d) from 29.8 in 2020 (CGN 0501b)

Improving / On Target

 

CS15: Key Routes and the

Strategic Road Network

 

Public transport punctuality, reliability and journey times

 

 

Improve public transport

South Yorkshire PTE - LTP3. 

 

 

Current Performance:

Bus punctuality (now measured from Real Time bus data) FY

2021/2022 = 83.6% (down from 88.3%)

  

Bus reliability = 96.9% (down from 100.1%). The figure is over

100% as bus operators ran additional services to provide seating capacity at times when individual on-bus capacity was reduced due

to Covid social distancing guidelines

 

Declining / Not on Target

 

 

 

CS16: New roads

No significant increase in capacity expected, but -

;; Rotherham-Sheffield Rapid Bus Transit scheme in operation from October 2018.

Parkway widening scheme at J33 of M1 now underway and completed November 2022.

Current Performance:

No indicator - measurement suggested (for information)

POLICY AREA

INDICATOR

TARGET / AIM

COMMENTS

 

CS17: Passenger rail connections

Land for local rail projects not to

 

be lost for other development

Support development of rail

 

network by safeguarding land for

local rail projects

 

Current Performance:

No Loss

Need to ensure land is safeguarded for the Rotherham Mainline station and associated Forge Way tram stop, where some land has already been lost due to development in the past. There is also the proposed new station at Waverley on the Rotherham / Sheffield border.

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No Change / No Update 

 

CS18: Freight

Amount of goods moved -

Department for Transport,

Continuing Survey of Road Goods Transport (RFS0123)

 

To be set

South Yorkshire Passenger

Transport Executive, LTP3 indicator.

 

 

Current Performance:

New methodology for 2013. Baseline: Rotherham = 39 million tonne and for South Yorkshire 4,176 million tonne kilometres.

 

SY 2018 = 2,823 million tonne kms (n/a for Rotherham)

SY 2019 = 3,503 million tonne kms (n/a for Rotherham) 

SY 2020 = 2,856 million toone kms (n/a for Rotherham) 

Note:2021 data not published to date

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No Change / No Update