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St Erth Multi Modal Hub | Cornwall Council, European Regional Development Fund

St Erth Multi Modal Hub. The St Erth Multi Modal Hub (StEMMH) will provide additional car parking and improvements to the highway infrastructure in the vicinity of the St Erth Railway Station. ... The 'Hub' will provide facilities for bus operators to call directly into the site to connect with train services.11 Sep 2018

The proposals will enable the integration of rail, bus, walking and cycling aimed at residents, visitors and commuters alike travel for travel to work, health, education, shopping and leisure and will help towards tackling congestion on the highway network.

St Erth Multi Modal Hub Project Highlights

How the Hub is delivered

Core Project – delivered by Cornwall Council with European Regional Development Fund and Growth Deal support

  • New signal controlled junction on the A30
  • Improved North Car Park (providing circa 100 spaces)
  • New and improved footways, and an improved station forecourt
  • New South Car Park (providing circa 440 spaces)

 

 


Cornwall Council is responsible for delivery of the Core Project, as described below. As part of its support for sustainable transport in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, the European Regional Development Fund has made a grant of £5.4m to support the project. The project is also financed by money secured from the Local Transport Plan and Growth Deal funding provided by Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership. Linked to this Core Project are a number of essential and complementary projects, which will to be delivered by stakeholders including Network Rail (NR) and Great Western Railways (GWR) and these measures will contribute to the overall benefits and results.

 

 

 

January 2019


This month has seen work on most aspects of the south car park.  In particular drainage attenuation crates (see below) have been placed to control the flow of water into the Sustainable Drainage System (SuDS) pond

Suds Pond 

 January saw a concentration on completing the north car park and the new road that will be the permanent access to it.  A wide range of works such as drainage, kerbing, paving, earthworks and the road’s substructure have been done in a quite small area.  When those works are finished, the temporary entrance to the car park will be closed, and the remaining kerbing, surfacing and signing works on the road junction can commence. That will then allow the signals to be commissioned in early March.

Ncp Completion

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