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Decision details

Speed Limit Traffic Regulation Order Amendments

Decision Maker: Decision Session - Executive Member for Transport, Executive Member for Transport

Decision status: Decision Made

Is Key decision?: No

Is subject to call in?: Yes

Purpose:

Purpose of Report: The report will consider requests for speed limit changes and offer an Officer Recommendation for the outcome at each location.

The Executive Member is asked to review the information provided at each location and a course of action to either take forward to statutory consultation for an amendment of the Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) or take no further action.

Decision:

Resolved:

 

                      i.         That no further action be undertaken on Temple Lane, Copmanthorpe and A19, Deighton;

                     ii.         That no further action be taken on Intake Lane, Acaster Malbis. Officers to review whether appropriate signage is currently being used on the road.

 

Reason:     Because the road environment is not consistent with a lower speed limit and there is little prospect of achieving a reduction in vehicle speeds.

 

                    iii.        That the revised speed limit changes be advertised for The Holies Stockton on the Forest, A1079 Dunnington, North Lane Huntington, Wheldrake Lane Elvington, Sim Balk Lane Bishopthorpe, Askham Bryan Sites 1 and 2, Naburn, The Revival Estate, Towthorpe, and Shipton Road as outlined in the report;

                   iv.        That Northfield Lane, Poppelton be advertised with additional information provided to those advised of the advertisement relating to a Quite Lane sign;

                     v.        That a decision on Stockton Lane be postponed to review the option of implementing a 50 Miles Per Hour speed limit.

 

Reason:     Because the indications are these are appropriate speed limits due to the surrounding environment, to respond to resident concerns and to reduce risk of collisions and injuries.

 

Report author: Darren Hobson

Publication date: 21/06/2022

Date of decision: 21/06/2022

Decided at meeting: 21/06/2022 - Decision Session - Executive Member for Transport

Effective from: 24/06/2022

Accompanying Documents:

 

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