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Decision details

Coppergate Traffic Restrictions

Decision Maker: Executive

Decision status: Decision Made

Is Key decision?: No

Is subject to call in?: Yes


Purpose of Report: To provide options for the provision of traffic restrictions on Coppergate.


Members are asked to approve:

(i)            the principles, processes and delegations for the delivery of traffic restrictions on Coppergate.

(ii)          delegations for the management and delivery of a wider urban realm and traffic regulation scheme.



Resolved:  That the Executive agree to:

(i)     The York (Coppergate)(Local Bus Priority) Traffic Order 2013 being amended to change the timing of the restrictions in accordance with Option 5b(retain the 7 day operation but return to the 8am to 6pm time period), and that civil enforcement be suspended until a review of the signage has been undertaken and revised signage has been agreed by Members; and

(ii)    The Executive Member for Planning & Transport being delegated to agree the consultation detail for the Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) and signage; and

(iii)   Officers undertaking a review of the signage to convey the meaning of the revised Order and this shall include appropriate consultation; and

(iv)   The final revised signage scheme and consideration of any objections to the amended TRO being brought back to the Executive for approval prior to commencement of any civil enforcement by camera.

Reasons:   To provide more certainty for effective civil enforcement by camera of the restrictions in order to reduce the impact of traffic on a key public transport and busy pedestrian area in the City Centre.


Report author: Alistair Briggs

Publication date: 29/10/2015

Date of decision: 29/10/2015

Decided at meeting: 29/10/2015 - Executive

Effective from: 03/11/2015

Accompanying Documents:


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