Agenda item

Boroughwide Junction Protection Scheme


Prior to the consideration of this item, the Council’s Head of Traffic Management & Highways Network gave a brief training session/overview on traffic regulation orders.


The Working Party received a report of the Executive Director (Neighbourhoods and Environment) that t presented the locations where additional waiting restrictions were required to manage and maintain access at various junctions throughout the Borough. The objective of the restrictions was to improve access and safety by improving visibility at junctions.


The Working Party noted that a further tranche of proposed junction protection restrictions would be submitted to a future meeting of the Traffic Regulations Working Party and Cabinet Committee for consideration.




That Cabinet Committee be recommended:


1. That the Executive Director (Neighbourhoods and Environment) be authorised to commence the statutory consultation on the proposed waiting restriction at the junctions illustrated in the plans attached to the submitted report at Appendix 1 and, subject to there being no representations following statutory advertisement, to arrange for the relevant traffic regulation order(s) to be confirmed and the proposals implemented.


2. That, in the event formal objections are received following statutory consultation, any unresolved objections be submitted to the Traffic Regulations Working Party and Cabinet Committee for consideration.

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