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Traffic Management

Freight Quality Partnerships

Devon County Council is committed to managing all forms of transport in the most efficient way. The delivery and collection of goods is essential to the economy, is important to the quality of people's lives and also has an impact on the environment.

Freight Quality Partnerships comprise representatives from local authorities, the freight industry, environmental groups, local businesses, the police and other interested bodies. The aim is to help develop an understanding of local freight distribution issues and problems and to promote constructive solutions taking account of the need for access for goods and services and environmental and social concerns.

There is a need for both adequate services and maintaining the right living conditions for the people using the local road network or living nearby and Freight Quality Partnerships are a good way of assessing and dealing with these issues.

View the most current freight quality partnerships below:

Freight Route Maps

Below are a number of leaflets/maps to help companies and their drivers deliver goods to towns in Devon more efficiently. Lorry servicing routes, industrial estates and lorry parks are included.

Northern Devon Freight Route Maps

Newton Abbot Freight Route Maps

Torbay Freight Route Map