Local projects and documents
Brighton Station Gateway
Improving the area around the southern entrance of Brighton Station.
London Road public realm improvements
We are developing a plan to carry out a range of public realm improvements in London Road.
Old Town Traffic Improvements
Improving traffic within the Old Town to make it a place that can be enjoyed by everyone.
Major planning developments
Details of major planning developments across the city, including the Brighton & Hove waterfront development and the Brighton i360.
Past local projects
Local Sustainable Transport Fund: East Central Brighton Transport Project
View details of our Local Sustainable Transport Fund Project.
North Laine cycle contraflow
Introducing cycle contraflows in a number of streets in the North Laine.
Improving Seven Dials
Making the Seven Dials roundabout better for road users, pedestrians and the local community.
Lewes Road Transport Improvements
Improvements to Lewes Road were completed and opened on 30 September 2013.
Ditchling Road South Downs National Park
We created a welcoming and safe route to encourage people to walk, cycle and use public transport to the South Downs National Park from Brighton and Hove.
Brighton & Hove Traffic/Cycle Monitoring Data
Brighton & Hove City Council records the amount of traffic at key points around the city. This is done using automatic traffic counters, which are sensors built into the road and trigger when a vehicle (or bicycle) passes by. This information is used to monitor yearly trends and seasonal variation, and the traffic count data is made freely available to the public.
Local Transport Plan (LTP)
The Local Transport Plan 4 Document (LTP4) was approved by the city council in March 2015 and sets out the priorities, projects and programmes that need to be progressed in the future to help people move around the city more safely, sustainably, and easily.
Public Realm Strategy
Brighton & Hove’s Public Realm Strategy aims to establish a co-ordinated, consistent and high quality approach to all work in the public realm, including the streetscape. The overall objective is to ensure the city’s streets and public spaces are designed to bring maximum benefit to all residents.
Public Cycle Hire
In December 2009 Brighton & Hove City Council, Transport Planning, commissioned a feasibility study to look at introducing public cycle hire to Brighton & Hove. The study provided a number of 'key findings and next steps' to progress any potential public cycle hire project. In response, we conducted a soft market test in 2011, to find how a public cycle hire scheme could viably operate in Brighton & Hove. A number of organisations responded to the soft market test and it became clear that a public cycle hire scheme in the city would require ongoing subsidy, as it could not generate sufficient revenue to run on a cost-neutral basis.Find out about the shared bike scheme.