Traffif Regulation

angela made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Cambridgeshire County Council

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Roedd y cais yn llwyddiannus.

Dear Cambridgeshire County Council,

Can you please confirm if the following orders were made and if so where and when were they advertised

Cambridgeshire County Council (Civil Enforcement Area) (Waiting Restrictions And Street Parking Places) Order 2013 (Amendment No. 115) 2017
Cambridgeshire County Council (Various Roads, Pidley Cum Fenton) (40MPH Speed Limit) Proposed Order 2017
Cambridgeshire County Council (Road Humps) (Warboys Road) Proposed Order 2017

Yours faithfully,

angela pollock

FOI, Cambridgeshire County Council

Dear Angela

Re: Freedom of Information Request FOI_914734

Your request will be dealt with in line with the Freedom of Information Act and its regulations. In accordance with the Act, the Council aims to respond to all requests within 20 working days; ie by 2nd October

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Yours sincerely,

Business Intelligence Team – Information and Records
Tel. 01223 743881, Email: [Cambridgeshire County Council request email]
Box No. OCT1224, Cambridgeshire County Council, Shire Hall, Cambridge, CB3 0AP

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Panesar Charanjit, Cambridgeshire County Council

Dear Angela,

 

FOI 914734 – Traffic Regulations

I am writing with reference to your FOI request received on 4^th September
2018 regarding Traffic Regulations. We have considered your request under
the terms of the Freedom of Information Act and our response is below.

 

FOI Request

          Can you please confirm if the following orders were made and if
so where and when were they advertised

Cambridgeshire County Council (Civil Enforcement Area) (Waiting
Restrictions And Street Parking Places) Order 2013 (Amendment No. 115)
2017 Cambridgeshire County Council (Various Roads, Pidley Cum Fenton)
(40MPH Speed Limit) Proposed Order 2017 Cambridgeshire County Council
(Road Humps) (Warboys Road) Proposed Order 2017

 

Questions/Responses

1.     Cambridgeshire County Council (Civil Enforcement Area) (Waiting
Restrictions And Street Parking Places) Order 2013 (Amendment No. 115)
2017

The Order was signed/sealed on 9^th February 2018, the notice of making
was published in the Cambridge News on 15^th February 2018 and it came
into operation on 19^th February 2018

2.     Cambridgeshire County Council (Various Roads, Pidley Cum Fenton)
(40MPH Speed Limit)

The proposed notice for the 40MPH Speed Limit was advertised in the Hunts
Post on Wednesday the 25th October 2017 with the reference PR0416.  No-one
objected or commented on the proposed order so it can be made at any time
up until the 25th October 2020 (two year implementation deadline).  To
date the engineer has not made the order, therefore the limit should not
be in place.  If the signs are in place the restriction is unenforceable
until the order is made and advertised.

 

3.     Proposed Order 2017 Cambridgeshire County Council (Road Humps)
(Warboys Road) Proposed Order 2017

Road humps are different to speed limits and waiting restrictions etc.
therefore no traffic regulation order (TRO) is required.  Consequently
instead of advertising a propose notice Cambridgeshire County Council
advertise a ‘Notice of intent’ and the humps can be installed as soon as
the consultation period lapses, providing no-one objects.

In this instance the notice of intent was advertised in the Hunts Post on
Wednesday the 1st March 2017 with the reference PR0354 and the title
“Cambridgeshire County Council Highways Act 1980 as Amended by the
Transport Act 1981 (Sections 90A to 90F) The Highways (Road Humps)
Regulations 1999 Notice of Intention to Install 5 Pairs of Speed
Cushions.”

Again no-one objected or commented on the proposals so they should have
been installed as advertised.

 

 

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request until the internal review process has been completed.

 

Regards

 

Charan Panesar

Business Development Officer

Policy and Business Development Team

Place & Economy, Cambridgeshire County Council

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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