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Pedestrian Crossings

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Dear Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council,

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

1) A list of all the different pedestrian crossings within Tameside Council 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 Tameside Council 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 Tameside Council for people with limited mobility or requiring the use of a wheelchair.

Yours faithfully,

Evan Howle

Freedom Of Information Requests, Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council

Dear Mr E Howle,

 

Freedom of Information Request

Unique Reference No: FOI 8222

 

Thank you for your email received 19 November 2018 requesting information
under the Freedom of Information Act. I understand your request to be as
follows:

 

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

 

1) A list of all the different pedestrian crossings within Tameside
Council 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 Tameside Council 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 Tameside Council for people with limited mobility
or requiring the use of a wheelchair.

 

Your request is being considered as a request under the Freedom of
Information Act 2000.  In accordance with statutory requirements, it may
take up to 20 working days (approximately 4 weeks) for the Council to
consider your request and provide a formal response.  Should this 20
working day deadline need to be extended you will be notified and kept
informed.

 

I have passed your request to Alan Jackson, Head of Highways and
Transport, to respond to your request and he can be contacted on 0161 342
2818 or at [1][email address].

 

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be notified if this is the case before any costs are incurred. Should you
have any concerns about the way your response is being dealt with, please
do not hesitate to contact me in writing or by e-mail.

 

Regards,

 

Freedom of Information Support

 

 

 

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Dear Mr Howle,

 

Request for Information – Freedom of Information

Unique Reference FOI 8222

 

Please find attached response in relation to your Freedom of Information
Request.

 

Kind regards,

 

On behalf of Alan Jackson

 

 

 

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