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Casualty Reduction Programme

Meeting: 11/02/2016 - Decision Session - Executive Member for Transport (Item 55)

55 Local Safety Schemes - Casualty Reduction Programme 2015/16 pdf icon PDF 272 KB

This report seeks approval of a detailed 15/16 Casualty Reduction programme, following initial consultation, and identifies three packages of work – Schemes, Minor Works and Studies.

 

Additional documents:

Decision:

Resolved: (i) That Option (i), i.e to approve in principle the schemes of Hull Road/Tang Hall Lane, Cornlands Road/Gale Lane and Tudor Road/Kingsway West and authorise Officers to undertake further local consultation and advertisement of traffic orders as necessary, and implement the schemes if necessary are received be approved. Any insurmountable objections will be reported back to the Executive Member for a decision.

 

               (ii)   That the other elements of the 2015/16 programme as set out in Annex F (Minor Works) and Annex G (Studies) be approved.

 

Reason:   To improve the overall level of safety in the city and reduce the number of casualties.

Minutes:

The Executive Member received a report which sought approval of a detailed 2015/16 Casualty Reduction programme, following initial consultation which indentified three packages of work- Schemes, Minor Works and Studies.

 

Resolved: That Option (i), i.e to approve in principle the schemes of Hull Road/Tang Hall Lane, Cornlands Road/Gale Lane and Tudor Road/Kingsway West and authorise Officers to undertake further local consultation and advertisement of traffic orders as necessary, and implement the schemes if necessary are received be approved. Any insurmountable objections will be reported back to the Executive Member for a decision.

 

Reason:   To improve the overall level of safety in the city and reduce the number of casualties.


 

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