Dear Hull City Council,

I am looking into finding out about the location of pedestrian crossings in Hull City. Please could you provide me with the following:

1) A list of all the different pedestrian crossings within Hull City boundaries. Including the location of all formal crossings: Zebra, Toucan, Pegasus, Staggered Pelican/Puffin and Toucan crossings.

2) Information on the type of tactile paving used at each site.

3) A list of all lowered kerbs in the Hull City district. Showing the location of each and paying particular attention to the ones intended for use as pedestrian crossing points.

4) The above would ideally include the use of the GeoCoordinate system information of each site, but also the street name and location.

The information will be used to provide a complete map of the District to aid in the navigation of Hull City for people with limited mobility or requiring the use of a wheelchair.

Yours faithfully,

Evan Howle

Information Governance, Hull City Council

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Hull City Council
The Guildhall

 

Information Governance, Hull City Council

Dear Mr Howle,

 

Freedom of Information Act 2000 – Information Request - 002272/18

 

We acknowledge receipt of your information request received on 05/11/2018
which is being processed according to the Freedom of Information Act
(2000)

 

The legislation allows us 20 working days to respond which takes us to
03/12/2018.  There are some circumstances under which this deadline may be
extended legally but we will inform you as soon as we know if these apply.

 

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I am looking into finding out about the location of pedestrian crossings
in Hull City. Please could you provide me with the following:

 

1) A list of all the different pedestrian crossings within Hull City
boundaries. Including the location of all formal crossings: Zebra, Toucan,
Pegasus, Staggered Pelican/Puffin and Toucan crossings.

 

2) Information on the type of tactile paving used at each site.

 

3) A list of all lowered kerbs in the Hull City district. Showing the
location of each and paying particular attention to the ones intended for
use as pedestrian crossing points.

 

4) The above would ideally include the use of the GeoCoordinate system
information of each site, but also the street name and location. 

 

The information will be used to provide a complete map of the District to
aid in the navigation of Hull City for people with limited mobility or
requiring the use of a wheelchair.

 

 

If you wish to speak to anybody in respect of your request then please
contact the Information Governance Team on 01482 300300 or e-mail
[1][email address]

 

Should you wish to complain about our response in any way this must
initially be done by e-mailing [2][Hull City Council request email] or by
contacting us at The Information Governance Team, The Guildhall, Alfred
Gelder Street, Hull, HU1 2AA.

 

If you are not satisfied with the outcome of the internal review then you
may take your complaint to the Information Commissioner’s Office, the
government body established to enforce the legislation.

 

Information Commissioner’s Office

Wycliffe House Water Lane,

Wilmslow,

Cheshire,

SK9 5AF

 

Web site: [3]https://ico.org.uk

Report a concern: [4]https://ico.org.uk/concerns/

Email: [5][email address]

Tel: 0303 123 1113 (local rate) or 01625 545 745 (national rate)

 

ICO states that any emails you choose to send to them, or that they send
to you, are not secure as email messages can be intercepted.

ICO asks that you include a contact telephone number on any emails you
send to them. 

 

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Information Governance Team

Town Clerk's Service

Hull City Council

Tel: 01482 300300

[6][email address]

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Barkworth Jane, Hull City Council

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Dear Mr Howle

 

Freedom of Information Act 2000 – Information Request - 002272/18

 

With regard to your Freedom of Information request received on 05/11/2018,
please find our response below. 

 

 

I am looking into finding out about the location of pedestrian crossings
in Hull City. Please could you provide me with the following:

 

1) A list of all the different pedestrian crossings within Hull City
boundaries. Including the location of all formal crossings: Zebra, Toucan,
Pegasus, Staggered Pelican/Puffin and Toucan crossings.

 

2) Information on the type of tactile paving used at each site.

 

Please refer to the attached spreadsheet for this information. These are
all traffic signal crossings & junctions, most of the junctions have
crossing points.

 

3) A list of all lowered kerbs in the Hull City district. Showing the
location of each and paying particular attention to the ones intended for
use as pedestrian crossing points.

 

There are thousands of lowered kerbs in the city and we don’t have records
of where these are or details of the materials at each location.

 

4) The above would ideally include the use of the GeoCoordinate system
information of each site, but also the street name and location. 

 

The information will be used to provide a complete map of the District to
aid in the navigation of Hull City for people with limited mobility or
requiring the use of a wheelchair.

 

Please refer to the attached spreadsheet for this information.

 

 

We hope that you will be satisfied with our response and should you
require any further information then please do not hesitate to contact
us. 

 

Although information supplied in response to your request may be in an
xls. format please feel free to contact us should you wish the information
to be supplied in an alternative more readable/reusable format

 

Should you wish to complain about our response in any way this must
initially be done by e-mailing [1][Hull City Council request email] or by
contacting us at The Information Governance Team, The Guildhall, Alfred
Gelder Street, Hull, HU1 2AA.

 

If you are not satisfied with the outcome of the internal review then you
may take your complaint to the Information Commissioner’s Office, the
government body established to enforce the legislation.

 

Information Commissioner’s Office

Wycliffe House Water Lane,

Wilmslow,

Cheshire,

SK9 5AF

 

Web site: [2]https://ico.org.uk

Report a concern: [3]https://ico.org.uk/concerns/

Email: [4][email address]

Tel: 0303 123 1113 (local rate) or 01625 545 745 (national rate)

 

ICO states that any emails you choose to send to them, or that they send
to you, are not secure as email messages can be intercepted.

ICO asks that you include a contact telephone number on any emails you
send to them. 

 

This information may be subject to copyright. The Freedom of Information
Act does not give you an automatic right to re-use this information in a
way that would infringe copyright, for example, by publishing it or
distributing copies.  You are free to use it for your own purposes
including any non-commercial research or private study or for the purposes
of news reporting.

If you wish to re-use this information and this was not specified in your
initial application please contact us to discuss conditions for re-use. In
most cases we will permit use and re-use in accordance with The Open
Government Licence which can be found at
[5]www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence

 

 

Yours sincerely

 

 

 

Jane Barkworth

Information Governance Officer

Town Clerk's Service

Hull City Council

Tel: 01482 300300

 

 

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