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Haxby Pedestrian Crossing Assessment Results and Proposals

Meeting: 15/11/2018 - Decision Session - Executive Member for Transport (Item 48)

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This report publishes the results of recent pedestrian crossing assessments undertaken on both York Road and Greenshaw Drive in Haxby.  The report discusses potential options, based on the outcome of the assessments, to improve crossing facilities on these two roads and puts forward a course of action for each site.

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Decision:

Resolved: That Option 1 be approved – to acknowledge the outcome of the crossing assessments on York Road and Greenshaw Drive in Haxby and approve the proposed course of action for each site.

 

Reason:     To understand the processes which officers had gone through to assess each site and the reasoning behind the proposed improvements.  Approval of the action plans would enable further work to be undertaken where necessary to draw up a scheme for each site and to undertake consultation on the proposals.

 

Minutes:

The Executive Member considered a report which presented the results of recent pedestrian crossing assessments undertaken on both York Road and Greenshaw Drive in Haxby. The report discussed potential options, based on the outcome of the assessments, to improve crossing facilities on these two roads.

The Executive Member considered the results of the pedestrian crossing assessments undertaken and the proposed course of action for each site.

In relation to Grenshaw Drive he noted that the proposed course of action was to install a pair of dropped kerbs in the vicinity of the pair of bus stops between the Kirkcroft and Sandyland junctions. After a minimum of six months of this work being completed, a further survey would be carried out to determine if the criteria for a more formal crossing was met.

In relation to York Road, he noted that, although there was a high level of support for a crossing, it was proving difficult to find the right location for a suitable crossing and officers proposed to undertake more detailed feasibility work to assess whether a crossing could be physically accommodated in the area with the highest factored flow and whether such a crossing could be supported given the below-threshold modified PV2 value. He noted that the outcome of the feasibility would be brought back to a future decision session for him to consider a proposed solution.

 

Resolved: That Option 1 be approved – to acknowledge the outcome of the crossing assessments on York Road and Greenshaw Drive in Haxby and approve the proposed course of action for each site as detailed in the report.

 

Reason:     To understand the processes which officers had gone through to assess each site and the reasoning behind the proposed improvements.  Approval of the action plans would enable further work to be undertaken where necessary to draw up a scheme for each site and to undertake consultation on the proposals.



 


 

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