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Issue details

Introduction Of Anti-Idling Measures (Including Enforcement)

Purpose of report: To reduce emissions from idling vehicles and thereby improve the environment and public health.

The report will ask the Executive Member to approve the proposed approach, timetable for introduction of anti-idling awareness raising and enforcement measures as set out in the report and to delegate authority to officers to exercise enforcement powers.

This decision will be taken by the Executive Member for Transport and Planning in consultation with the Executive Member for Environment.

Decision type: Non-key

Decision status: For Determination

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Notice of proposed decision first published: 09/01/2019

Decision due: 07/02/19 by Executive Member for Transport and Planning

Lead member: Executive Member for Environment, Executive Member for Transport and Planning

Lead director: Corporate Director of Economy and Place

Department: Directorate of Economy and Place

Contact: Andrew Bradley, Principal Transport Planner, City Strategy Tel No. 01904 551514 Email: andrew.bradley@york.gov.uk, Mike Southcombe Email: mike.southcombe@york.gov.uk.

Consultation process

Previous reports to the executive member for the environment and idling awareness exercises in 2017 and 2018 with buses and taxis. Several meetings at QBP with bus operators. Consultation on draft Air Quality Action Plan 3 in 2015.

Background papers

 

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