Transport Working Group Meeting, 26 July 2012

Notes from the Meeting can be seen here: Notes of Working Group Meeting 26 July 2012

BCC’s Report on the Falcondale Road traffic lights which was discussed at the Meeting and the recommendations put forward for possible implementation, can be seen here: Falcondale Road Traffic Signals Report

The latest edition (Issue 10) of NP3’s  Highway Issues and their current status can be seen here: Highway Issues (Issue 10)

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4 Responses to Transport Working Group Meeting, 26 July 2012

  1. Rosemary Wilding says:

    Ref W112 – Could you kindly clarify that Abbey Gate (Parrys Lane) parking retriction proposal is included, and if so, what stage is it at?

    Many thanks

    Rosemary Wilding

    • Alan Aburrow says:

      Yes, parking restrictions around Abbey Gate (S110) are included with the Parking Restriction Review & Consultation for the complete length of Stoke Lane (W112).
      This Review was sanctioned at the June NP and will be carried out by BCC’s Traffic Management Team during the current Financial Year (2012/13). Implementation of any parking restrictions will, of course, depend on the outcome of the “Consultation” Stage.

  2. rosemary wilding says:

    Thanks for your reply. I’d be grateful if you would clarify the ‘consultation stage’, i.e. what is being consulted, and when.

    Many thanks

    • Alan Aburrow says:

      In short, the “consultation stage” is when near-neighbours of the proposed scheme are leaflet-dropped by the Council to seek their input into any outline proposals.

      Feedback from the outline proposals will then be used to formulate firm proposals which would then become part of the formal process in obtaining the requisite Traffic Regulation Order (TRO). The TRO would then be advertised (in the press) and posted (on lampposts etc in the area) as the “Statutory Notice” seeking formal objections to the proposals. Depending on the outcome of the latter, the TRO could be further modified prior to adoption.

      BCC’s Statutory Notices are posted on the following Council webpage: and current Local Traffic Scheme consultations can be viewed through the “Ask Bristol” link on the following webpage:

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