At a well-attended AGM on May 19th, Shoreham Society members heard from the Chairman, Gerard Rosenberg, outlining what the Society had done during the last
Getting Around in Shoreham
Dealing with the tensions and challenges of traffic, parking, cycling and public transport
Less traffic. Safe cycle routes. People-friendly streets.
Traffic concerns people in Shoreham more than anything else – its impact on health, the environment and the general quality of life.
The uncontrolled growth of traffic is a major threat to the future well-being of Shoreham unless effective action is taken. Practical steps are needed to reduce traffic, manage it better, deal with the parking chaos, make the centre more pedestrian-friendly, and promote alternatives to cars for getting around in Shoreham.
Help us campaign to improve transport and access for all in and around Shoreham by joining us in the Shoreham Society and making your voice heard.
Shoreham is changing. History shows us it has always changed. As our town evolves and expands, what are our options for local transport? Traffic congestion,
West Sussex County Council is once again asking for opinions on much-needed improvements for cycling and walking across the county. This time around, there are
West Sussex County Council have launched the next stage in the consultation process for the proposed Shoreham-by-Sea Walking and Cycling Improvements. The consultation opens on
The Shoreham Society is renewing pressure on Southern Railway and Network Rail to make the Shoreham station subway easily accessible from the street, allowing non-railway-users
New objections have been raised to road proposals for the controversial New Monks Farm development next to Shoreham Airport. As site work continues for the