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TSAR Traffic Signal Refurbishment - Clifton Moorgate / Hurricane Way YK2239

Meeting: 01/12/2020 - Decision Session - Executive Member for Transport (Item 41)

41 TSAR Traffic Signal Refurbishment - Clifton Moorgate / Hurricane Way YK2239 pdf icon PDF 256 KB

This report presents the options to replace the life expired traffic signalling equipment and to consider a new pedestrian crossing facility to be installed at the same time as the proposed refurbishment.

Additional documents:

Decision:

Resolved:

 

                      i.         That a decision be deferred to a January decision session to allow for local residents and Ward Councillors an additional opportunity to engage in the decision making process.

 

Resolved: To ensure that local residents and Ward Councillors have had sufficient opportunity to engage in the decision making process.

Minutes:

The Executive Member considered the report, officers noted that the recommendation was for option one the replacement of the expired traffic signals. Option two was discussed and it was noted that the installation of a right hand was first raised as part of the outer ring road consultation. Officers noted that the recommendation would not include the right hand turn as it was adjudged that the cost outweighed the benefit that could be created. It was also outlined that a right hand turn could create traffic jams leading to the outer ring road and promote cars to drive towards the city centre, rather than use the outer ring road to complete journeys.

 

The Executive Member noted a written representation he had received form a Ward Councillor. The Councillor had raised concerns about the consultation leading to the decision as it had been a part of the consultation on the outer ring road. Therefore, the Executive Member agreed that the decision would be deferred until a January Decision Session to allow local residents and Ward Councillors an additional opportunity to engage in the decision making process

 

Resolved:

 

                      i.         That a decision be deferred to a January decision session to allow for local residents and Ward Councillors an additional opportunity to engage in the decision making process.

 

Resolved: To ensure that local residents and Ward Councillors have had sufficient opportunity to engage in the decision making process.


 

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