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NOTICE OF MAKING THE YORK PARKING, STOPPING AND WAITING (AMENDMENT) (NO 14/4) TRAFFIC ORDER 2018

Notice ID: BR3382171

Notice effective from
10th May 2018 to 9th June 2018

CITY OF YORK COUNCIL
NOTICE OF MAKING
THE YORK PARKING, STOPPING AND WAITING (AMENDMENT) (NO 14/4)
TRAFFIC ORDER 2018
Notice is hereby given that on the 9th day of May 2018 City of York Council, in exercise
of powers under Sections 1, 2, 4, 32, 35, 45, 46, 53 and Schedule 9 of the Road
Traffic Regulation Act, 1984 (“the Act”) and of all other enabling powers and after
consultation with the Chief Officer of Police in accordance with Schedule 9 of the Act,
made an Order which has the effect of:
1. Introducing ‘No Waiting at any time’ restrictions in Darnbrook Walk, York on its:
(i) north side, between the projected eastern kerbline of Penyghent Avenue east for 17.5
metres;
(ii) south side, between the projected eastern kerbline of Penyghent Avenue east for 19.5
metres;
2. Introducing ‘No Waiting 8am to 4pm Monday to Friday’ restriction in Penyghent Avenue,
York on its west side, between the projected southern property boundary line of No. 78
Penyghent Avenue (terminal point of existing ‘No Waiting at any time’ restrictions) north
to a point 4 metres south of the projected northern highway boundary line of No. 72
Penyghent Avenue.
3. Formalising existing (advisory) “School-Keep-Clear” markings extending on the east side
of Penyghent Avenue, York between the projected southern property boundary line of
No. 77 Penyghent Avenue (terminal point of existing ‘No Waiting at any time’ restrictions)
north to a point 4 metres south of the projected northern highway boundary line of No. 72
Penyghent Avenue thereby providing an enforceable prohibition on stopping from 8am to
4.00pm, Monday to Friday.
The Order comes into effect on 11th day of May 2018.
A copy of the Order incorporating relevant maps can be inspected at the Reception, West
Offices, Station Rise, York, during normal business hours. Any person who wishes to
question the validity of the Order or any of its provisions on the grounds that it is not within
the powers of the Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984 as amended or that a requirement of
any regulation thereunder has not been complied with may, within 6 weeks from the date of
making of the Order, make application for that purpose to the High Court.
TEMPORARY TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS
Notice is hereby given that City of York Council (the Council), in exercise of powers under
Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (the Act), made an Order on the
9th day of May 2018 in respect of each of the locations Numbered (1), (2), (3) and (4).
Additionally, the Council, not less than 7 days from the publication of this Notice, intends
to make an Order under Section 14(1) of the Act in respect of the location numbered (5).
(1) DEWSBURY TERRACE & LOWER PRIORY STREET
This Order prohibits vehicles from proceeding and waiting in that length of (i) Dewsbury
Terrace, York between its junction with Priory Street and a point 51 metres south west of
the said junction and (ii) Lower Priory Street between its junction with Dewsbury Terrace
and Fairfax Street (closed road) during the period when works to dismantle/remove a crane
from within the adjacent site boundary being undertaken by crane operation from the nearby
closed road, commencing at 0700hrs on the 16th day of May 2018 and ending at 1800hrs on
the 25th day of May 2018 (works period) or at a time when the works have been completed
whichever is the earlier. This is to ensure that the said works can be carried out safely. It is
envisaged that the works will be completed on Wednesday 16th May and Thursday 17th May
2018 with Thursday 24th May and Friday 25th May 2018 only used as a back up if weather
restricts the works progressing safely. An alternative route for diverted traffic will be signed
during the works period.
(2) MISCELLANEOUS EVENTS, YORK
This Order imposes traffic restrictions on roads and lengths of roads in the District of York,
during periods associated with an event taking place at an off-road location in Order to avoid
danger or the likelihood of danger arising to persons or other traffic using the roads referred to in
this Notice. The restrictions will have the effect of, in respect of the following locations and events:
THE KNAVESMIRE AREA, YORK (YORK RACECOURSE EVENTS)
1. prohibiting vehicles, except local buses and pedal cycles, from proceeding:
(a) in Albemarle Road, Curzon Terrace, Kensington Street, Knavesmire Crescent, Lorne
Street, Montague Street, Trafalgar Street, Scarcroft Hill, Telford Terrace and those
back lanes giving access to properties on the north side of Campleshon Road,
(b) into and from Queen Victoria Street between its junction with Knavesmire Road and
Knavesmire Crescent,
(c) in that length of Top Lane, Copmanthorpe subject to a 40mph speed limit between
its junction with the A64 east-bound carriageway exit slip road to York West and the
commencement of the 30mph speed limit on approach to Copmanthorpe village;
2. prohibiting pedestrians from proceeding in Scarcroft Hill, Telford Terrace and Knavesmire
Crescent between Campleshon Road and Queen Victoria Street;
3. prohibiting vehicles from proceeding in:
(a) Racecourse Road,
(b) Knavesmire Road, in that length to the south west of the Herdsman’s Cottage extending
along the north bound traffic lane to a point 5metres south from the Racecourse ‘A’ Car
Park entrance, except those proceeding to and from that Car Park,
(c) Albemarle Road, between its junction with The Mount and a point 10 metres south of
Telford Terrace;
4. prohibiting vehicles from proceeding in other than a:
(a) westerly direction in Campleshon Road between its junctions with Albemarle Road
and Knavesmire Road,
(b) north westerly direction in Knavesmire Road except that this prohibition will not apply to
a vehicle proceeding to or from Racecourse ‘A’ Car Park as described at paragraph 3(b);
5. prohibiting the following vehicular movements:
(a) left hand and right hand turns from Mount Vale/Tadcaster Road into Knavesmire Road
except vehicles proceeding to the Racecourse ‘A’ Car Park and entering Knavesmire
Road in that length to the south west of the Herdsman’s Cottage,
(b) left hand turns from the Council Depot/Café Forecourt entrance (adjacent to
Knavesmire Road) into Knavesmire Road,
(c) right hand turns from Racecourse ‘A’ Car Park entrance into Knavesmire Road
(d) right hand turns from Sim Balk Lane into Tadcaster Road;
6. prohibiting vehicles from proceeding in other than a:
(a) south westerly direction (towards Copmanthorpe) except pedal cycles, and in other than a
(b) north easterly direction (towards the City) except local buses and pedal cycles in that
length of Top Lane subject to a 40mph speed limit between its junction with the A64
east-bound carriageway exit slip road to York West and the commencement of the
30mph speed limit on approach to Copmanthorpe village;
7. prohibiting waiting on both sides of:
(a) Bishopthorpe Road between its junctions with Campleshon Road and Church Lane
(Bishopthorpe),
(b) Church Lane, Bishopthorpe,
(c) Sim Balk Lane (Bishopthorpe), between its junctions with Church Lane and its
junction with the service road to Middlethorpe Grange;
(d) Albemarle Road, Curzon Terrace, Kensington Street, Lorne Street, Montague Street and
Trafalgar Street for 20 metres from their respective junctions with Campleshon Road,
(e) Campleshon Road, Knavesmire Avenue, Knavesmire Road, Lichfield Court,
Racecourse Road and,
(f) Queen Victoria Street – length to west of Albemarle Road,
(g) Albemarle Road between its junctions with The Mount and Queen Victoria Street,
(h) Knavesmire Crescent between its junctions with Queen Victoria Street, Knavesmire
Avenue and Campleshon Road,
(i) Acaster Lane, Bishopthorpe, between its junction with Main Street and the southern
property boundary line of No. 2 Acaster Lane;
8. prohibiting pedestrians and vehicles, when a horse race is in progress, from proceeding
in those lengths of Green Lane between the safety rails bounding the width of the horse
racing circuit;
9. suspending the contra flow cycle lane in Leeman Road between its junctions with Station
Road and Station Rise to allow Race Day shuttle buses to wait without causing major
disruption to local buses and coaches waiting at their usual stop/stand.
ESPLANADE, YORK (DRAGON BOAT RACE RIVER OUSE)
prohibiting vehicles from proceeding in that length of riverside highway of Esplanade
between a point 15 metres south east from Scarborough Bridge and its junction with
Tanner’s Moat. No requirement for an alternative route. The prohibition does not apply to
pedal cycles being pushed.
UPPER POPPLETON (GREAT YORKSHIRE SHOW AT HARROGATE)
prohibiting vehicles from waiting on both sides of:
1. Black Dike Lane, from its junction with Station Road south west for 15 metres,
2. Long Ridge Lane, from its junction with Station Road north east for 30 metres,
3. Station Road, between its junction with the York-Harrogate (A59) road and a point 15
metres north west from its junction with Black Dike Lane.
UPPER POPPLETON (SPORTS DAY)
prohibiting vehicles from proceeding in lengths of:
1. Hodgson Lane, from its junction with The Green south west for 110 metres,
2. Main Street, from its junction with The Green north for 50 metres,
3. The Green/Station Road, between its junctions with Black Dike Lane and Hodgson Lane.
This Order comes into effect on the 16th day of May 2018 and ends on the 31st day of
October 2019. Temporary traffic signs and barriers will indicate the extent of restrictions
being imposed on any day or during any period by virtue of this Order
(3) KNAVESMIRE, YORK
This Order prohibits pedestrians and vehicles from proceeding in:
1. Green Lane Footpath No. 46/26,
2. York Footpath No. 46/30
to the extent that the said footpaths extend across the width of the Knavesmire Racecourse
except that this prohibition will not apply to a pedestrian or vehicle proceeding other than during
a period when a horse race is in progress. This is to ensure the safety of users. Manned barriers
will indicate the extent of the prohibition at the respective locations. The Order will come into
effect on the 16th day of May 2018 and end on the 31st day of October 2018.
(4) RUFFORTH & KNAPTON FOOTPATH NO 54/3/10, RUFFORTH & KNAPTON
This Order prohibits pedestrians and vehicles from proceeding in that length of closed
footpath, known as Rufforth and Knapton Footpath No 54/3/10 between its junction with
B1224 (Wetherby Road) and a point 50 meters south of the said junction (closed footpath)
during the period when the closed footpath is being used for a site compound area during
the works associated with the A1237 Wetherby Road roundabout upgrade project being
undertaken thereon. The prohibition commences at 0001hrs on the 12th day of May 2018
and ends at 2400hrs on the 3rd day of February 2019 or on a date when the said works
being undertaken thereon have been completed whichever is the earlier. This is to ensure
that the said works can be carried out safely. An alternative route for diverted pedestrians
and vehicles will be signed around the site compound area during works period.
(5) NAVIGATION ROAD & PERCY’S LANE, YORK
This Order prohibits pedestrians and vehicles from proceeding in the footpath on (i) the west
side of Navigation Road, York between its junction with Percy’s Lane and a point 40 metres
north of the said junction and (ii) on the north side of Percy’s Lane, York between its junction
with Navigation Road and a point 70 metres west of the said junction (closed footpath) during
the period commencing at 0001hrs on the 21st day of May 2018 and ending at 2400hrs on
the 9th day of July 2018 (works period) or on a date when footpath reconstruction works
being undertaken thereon have been completed whichever is the earlier. This is to ensure
that the said works can be carried out safely. Additionally, the parking areas adjacent to the
closed footpaths will be suspended for the duration of the works period. During the works
period vehicle movements on Navigation Road and Percy’s Lane will be controlled by three
way traffic lights. An alternative route for diverted pedestrians and vehicles will be available
during the works period.
The above temporary Orders will not prohibit works or emergency access nor will they
prohibit access to premises provided that access is not prevented by on-going works or safety
concerns. Traffic signs/barriers will indicate the extent of the prohibitions/restrictions.
10th May 2018
Email: highway.regulation@york.gov.uk
Director of Economy and Place
Network Management, West Offices, Station Rise, York, YO1 6GA

Attachments

BR3382171.pdf Download

City of York Council

West Offices , Station Rise , York , YO1 6GA

http://www.york.gov.uk 01904 551 550

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