Ryger Maidenhead appointed mode transport planning to provide inputs to an updated Transport Assessment in support of the redevelopment of the Broadway Opportunity Area in Maidenhead, Berkshire.

This brownfield regeneration proposal includes new ground floor retail & cafes , office and residential units. The focus of our work will seek to ensure that the town centre development can be as sustainable as possible. This includes, balanced parking numbers and enhanced facilities for pedestrians, cyclists and public transport.

mode’s involvement in the project includes:

  • The provision of new access for all land uses from Broadway;
  • Inputs to a a stunning central public space – to be known as Lantern Circus;
  • Investment in local bus stops and services on Broadway and Queens Street;
  • New pathways through the site to better connect the railway station, Nicholson’s Shopping Centre and the High Street;
  • Upgraded pedestrian crossings on York Street and Broadway;
  • The widening of Queens Street to enhance pedestrian connectivity; and
  • A new, modernised crossing (“a pedestrian scramble”) at King Street and Queen Street, creating a seamless link with the railway station.

The application was submitted in Spring 2015 and was approved on 2nd September 2015.

The application was submitted in Spring 2015 and was approved on 2nd September 2015.

Image courtesy of Studio Egret West

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