Parkway

Proposed raised traffic calming features

Notice is hereby given that Salford City Council proposes to make an order under the Highways Act 1980 (section 90a) and Highways (Road Humps) Regulations 1999.

The proposed order seeks to:

Construct road humps in the lengths of the road specified in the schedule below. If no objections are received, road humps will be constructed on the lengths of road as detailed in the Schedule below after 21st June 2017.

Schedule 

  1. Road humps – 75mm high (+/- 15 mm), 3.7 metres in length and the full width of the carriageway.

Two sets of round top road humps - the mid point of the round top road humps are as follows:

Parkway - 30 metres east of its junction with the easterly projected kerbline of Kenyon Way. 19 metres west of its junction with the westerly projected kerbline of Peel Lane.

  1. Speed cushions - 75mm high (+/- 15mm), seven metres in length, 1.7m wide and constructed with shallow approach ramps, with gradients no steeper than 1:10.

Five sets of triple speed cushions - the mid point of the speed cushions are located as follows:

Parkway - 105 metres west of its junction with the westerly projected kerbline of Peel Lane. 188.5 metres west of its junction with the westerly projected kerbline of Peel Lane. 259.5 metres west of its junction with the westerly projected kerbline of Peel Lane. 339 metres west of its junction with the westerly projected kerbline of Peel Lane. 435.5 metres west of its junction with the westerly projected kerbline of Peel Lane.

A copy of the proposed order, a plan of the area and statement of the council's reasons for proposing to make the order may be examined at Salford Civic Centre, Chorley Road, Swinton, M27 5DA, between 8.30am and 5pm Monday to Fridays.  

If you wish to object to the proposed order you should send the grounds of your objection in writing by 1 June 2017 (quoting reference L/GS/OUT1093/463) to:

Liz Treacy
City Solicitor
PO BOX 532
Town Hall
Manchester
M60 2LA 

Alternatively, email phlegal@manchester.gov.uk

 

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