Enforcement of no thru traffic using Addenbrookes Access Road

Daniel Dignam made this Freedom of Information request to Cambridgeshire County Council

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Dear Cambridgeshire County Council,

Please could you send me rough numbers of cars that have been using the Addenbrookes Access road as a thru route. If Addenbrookes, or their contractor, don't provide these figures to you, then could you provide details of how you ensure they are enforcing the restriction on no thru traffic.

Yours faithfully,

Daniel Dignam

FOI, Cambridgeshire County Council

Dear Mr Dignami

Re: Freedom of Information Request ref 5574.

Thank you for your email of today’s date in which you requested
information about Number of cars using the Addenbrooke’s access road as a
through route.

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Act and its regulations. In accordance with the Act, the Council aims to
respond to all requests within 20 working days, in this instance, by 28^th
August 2015.

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Richard Taylor left an annotation ()

I've written about these restrictions at:

http://www.rtaylor.co.uk/access-restrict...

ETE Policy and Business Support, Cambridgeshire County Council

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Dear Mr Dignam

 

I write with reference to your request of 31^st July 2015 regarding the
number of cars using the Addenbrookes Access road as a through route

 

Please find attached the requested information.

 

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letter.

 

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Kind Regards,

 

Jordan White

 

Policy and Business Development

Economy, Transport & Environment

Cambridgeshire County Council

 

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