Low Poppleton Lane experimental Traffic Regulation Order completion
Purpose of Report: To conclude the current experimental Traffic Regulation Order (TRO), which covers the 24 hour traffic restriction and the use of Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) in the Bus Lane to enforce the restriction. In addition to the traffic restriction, the report will advise on findings and seek a decision for the future of this restriction.
The Executive Member will be asked to:
- To acknowledge the work done so far and the findings of this trial
- To make a decision about whether this restriction should be made permanent with the use of ANPR to enforce it or end the restriction.
- If the decision is to leave the traffic restriction in place the Member will need to decide if any changes need to be made to the permanent TRO before it is adopted.
This meeting has been moved from 18 October to 25 October due to
the availability of the Executive Member.
Decision type: Non-key
Decision status: Decision Made
Wards affected: Acomb Ward; Rural West York Ward;
Notice of proposed decision first published: 20/08/2018
Decision due: 25/10/18 by Decision Session - Executive Member for Transport
Decision due: 25/10/18 by Executive Member for Transport and Planning
Lead member: Executive Member for Transport and Planning
Lead director: Corporate Director of Economy and Place
Department: Directorate of Economy and Place
Contact: Graham Titchener Tel No. 01904 551495 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Letters sent to all nearby residents and businesses informing them
of the trial and the email address to send comments in.
8 month period during the experimental TRO process where the scheme ran from the beginning of March this year.
Making Representations: Please contact the report author for further details.
- 25/10/2018 - Low Poppleton Lane Experimental Traffic Regulation Order - Decision on the continuation
- 25/10/2018 - Decision Session - Executive Member for Transport Low Poppleton Lane Experimental Traffic Regulation Order - Decision on the continuation 25/10/2018