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My main aim for this investigation is to evaluate the effectiveness of management strategies within Matlock Bath.

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Introduction "Is traffic managed effectively in Matlock Bath?" My main aim for this investigation is to evaluate the effectiveness of management strategies within Matlock Bath. Due to the increased demand for the services within Matlock Bath, traffic is becoming more of a concern to the local residents of the beautiful areas. The growth in mass car ownership is proving to cause many problems, as there is not enough room to accommodate all of the vehicles. Also, the urban to rural interaction has a huge impact on tourism as many people from larger cities have the desire to visit quieter, smaller and generally more peaceful locations, within their given leisure time. Key questions In order to achieve my aim, I have sectioned this study into five main areas of concern. 1. Why is traffic an issue in Matlock Bath? 2. ...read more.

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Shows effective and accurate traffic situations and allows easy evaluation Photographs Realistic pictures of traffic strategies and problems Help to evaluate the effectiveness of strategies Secondary Data Location Matlock Bath is situated in the Derbyshire Dales, approximately 18 miles north of Derby. As shown on the map below, Matlock Bath is easily accessible to a car owner by lying in the direction of both the M1 and A6. The area is surrounded by many major cities and has contributed to the growth in tourism rates. This map shows Matlock Bath in terms of major cities around England. This map shows Matlock Bath in terms of surrounding towns. Again this highlights the ease of accessing Matlock Bath. History of Matlock Bath * Matlock Bath in Derbyshire became an instant tourist resort for the wealthy and influential, when warm springs averaging 68 ...read more.

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The traffic within Matlock Bath is mainly caused by the vast amount of tourists having the desire to visit these types of tranqille places. There are many things to do and attractions to visit whilst in Matlock Bath, and as the summers progress the area is becoming more and more popular with city people. Below is a brainstorm illustrating the main tourist attractions. Tourist Attraction Description Aquarium Was a former Victorian consulting room, now home of the aquarium, containing British and tropical fish. It is fascinating and fun for all the family Heights of Abraham High Tor Pavilion mining museum Can experience the forgotten world of Derbyshire. See the tools they used and clothes they wore, and also feel the cramped working conditions of a Derbyshire miner. Gulliver's Kingdom Is a very popular tourist attraction, and is suited for all the family! The prices are exceptionally low Lovers Walks ...read more.

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