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Greendykes Lane – Proposed Puffin Pedestrian Crossing

Meeting: 03/11/2020 - Decision Session - Executive Member for Transport (Item 36)

36 Green Dykes Lane – Proposed Puffin Pedestrian Crossing pdf icon PDF 521 KB

This report presents the outcome of the feasibility study, likely cost, and impact of providing a pedestrian puffin crossing on Green Dykes Lane, near its junction with Thief Lane.

Additional documents:

Decision:

Resolved:

 

                   i.        The Executive Member approved the scheme as shown in Annex A to provide a crossing point on Green Dykes Lane.

 

Reason:     To provide a safe and formal crossing point on Green

Dykes Lane, which is in close proximity to the University of York and a local primary school.

Minutes:

The Executive Member considered the report and officers confirmed the work which had been taken which had led to identifying the proposed placement of the crossing. This included ensuring the crossing would remain desire line and therefore encourage use and therefore safe crossing on a busy road. The Executive Member considered that there had been a submission against the proposal but agreed to the schemes and noted the positives of the use of a railing leading to the crossing that would encourage use at this location.

 

Resolved:

 

                   i.        The Executive Member approved the scheme as shown in Annex A to provide a crossing point on Green Dykes Lane.

 

Reason:     To provide a safe and formal crossing point on Green

Dykes Lane, which is in close proximity to the University of York and a local primary school.


 

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