Traffic regulation on St Andrew's Street, Cambridge

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Dear Cambridgeshire County Council,

This request relates to the parts of Regent Street and St Andrew's Street in Cambridge between the rising bollards near Park Terrace and the junction with Emmanuel Street.

Until recently, the signs on this section of road indicated that only buses, taxis, and cycles were allowed to use it in a northbound direction. Now the signs only permit buses and cycles (and not taxis).

Could you please send me a copy of the traffic regulation order or other instrument that underlies this change in the signs? I didn't find it when I looked through the traffic regulation orders at Castle Court reception this afternoon.

Thanks in advance.

Ben Harris

FOI, Cambridgeshire County Council

Dear Mr Harris

 

Re: Environmental Information Request ref 4188

 

Thank you for your email which was received on 11 June 2014 in which you
requested information about traffic regulation on St Andrew’s Street,
Cambridge.

 

Your request will be dealt with in line with the Environmental Information
Regulations 2004.  In accordance with the Regulations, the Council aims to
respond to all requests within 20 working days, in this instance, by 9
July 2014.

 

If we require further information, clarification or a fee in order to
fulfil your request we will contact you again.  Please quote the reference
number above in all future correspondence concerning this request.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

Jo Withey

Information Governance Officer

 

SH1202

Shire Hall

Castle Hill

Cambridge

CB3 0AP

01223 729164

 

 

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Dear Mr Harris

I write with reference to your request of the 11^th June 2014 regarding
traffic regulation on St Andrews Street, Cambridge.

 

Please find attached the requested information.

 

I hope this information is helpful but if you are unhappy with the service
you have received in relation to your request and wish to make a complaint
or request a review, you should write to Catherine Preston, Information
Governance Manager, Box SH1202, Shire Hall, Cambridge CB3 0AP or email
[1][email address] within 40 days of the date of
this letter.

 

If you are not content with the outcome of the internal review, you have
the right to apply directly to the Information Commissioner for a
decision. The Information Commissioner can be contacted at: Information
Commissioner’s Office, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9
5AF.

 

Generally, the ICO will not undertake a review or make a decision on a
request until the internal review process has been completed.

 

Kind Regards

Emma

 

Emma Middleton

Business Development Officer

Economy, Transport and Environment

 

( 01223 507164

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