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Oxfordshire, Multiple Traffic Notices, 20mph Speed Limit

Notice ID: MFN0658589

Notice effective from
12th May 2022 to 11th June 2022


Oxfordshire County Council

1. (Goring Heath Parish) (Speed Limits) Order 2022 2. (Whitchurch-on-Thames Parish) (20mph Speed Limit) Order 2022

NOTICE is given that on 9 May 2022 Oxfordshire County Council made the above orders under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and all other enabling powers. The orders come into force on 14 May. Order 1 has introduced a 20mph speed limit within Whitchurch-on-Thames, replacing the existing 30mph speed limit in its entirety, for roads leading out of the village to the following points:
1. B471 Whitchurch Road (northern end of village) - to a point 122 metres north of its junction with Hardwick Road,

2. B471 High Street/Whitchurch Road (southern end of village) - to a point 445 metres north of its junction with High Street (in Pangbourne), meeting the existing 20mph speed limit over the bridge, and

3. Hardwick Road - to a point 84 metres east of its junction with Hillside.

Order 2 made an administrative correction to the Goring Heath orderby re-inserting the
schedule for the 40mph speed limit on the B471 Whitchurch Road between Whitchurch Hill
& the current 30mph speed limit. There are no changes to signage.
The Oxfordshire County Council (Goring Heath Parish) (Speed Limits) Order 2021 revoked/
replaced.
Documents giving more details of the orders are available for public inspection online by visiting:

https://letstalk.oxfordshire.gov.uk

. Copies may also be made available on request. (Ref. CM/12.6.408)


(Oxford, East Oxford Area) (Low Traffic Neighbourhoods Experimental
Traffic Management) Order 2022

NOTICE is given that on 9 May 2022 Oxfordshire County Council made the above order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. The ongoing program is to introduce more Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTN's) to prevent motorised through-traffic thereby encouraging active, healthy and sustainable forms of travel and calmer residential areas. East Oxford for the purposes of this order constitutes three areas:
1. Divinity Road area, bounded by Morrell Avenue and Cowley Road between Bartlemas Lane and Union Street

2. St Clements area, bounded by Morrell Avenue, St Clements and Cowley Road between Union Street and The Plain roundabout

3. St Marys area bounded, by Cowley Road and Iffley Road between Howard Street and The Plain roundabout.

Prohibition of Motor Vehicles:
The effect of this order, which comes into force on 20 May 2022 is to place lockable gates/ bollards as Traffic Filters at the following locations to prevent through traffic:
* Divinity Road near junction with Warneford Road,

* Southfield Road junction with Minster Road,

* Princes Street junction with Cowley Road,

* Rectory Road junction with Cowley Road,

* Bullingdon Road junction with St Marys Road,

* Circus Street junction with Cowley Road,

* James Street junction with St Marys Road,

* Marston Street junction with Cowley Road,

* Stockmore Street junction with Cowley Road,

* Temple Street junction with Cowley Road,

* Leopold Street junction with St Marys Road,

* Barnet Street junction with Silver Road,

* Howard Street junction with Silver Road,

* Magdalen Road junction with Hertford Street.

Each restriction point is supported by double yellow lines (No Waiting at Any Time) to prevent obstruction. There are small sections of Residents Permit Parking and a section of Cycle Parking which are shortened to enable operation of the gates, and the relevant parts of existing Traffic Orders (mentioned below) covering these areas are temporarily varied accordingly.
Residents Parking Permit Holders:
Residents of local Controlled Parking Zones (CPZs) affected by the restricted access are permitted by the Council to use neighbouring permit parking areas, such that residents of Magdalen North CPZ may park in the Magdalen South CPZ area, and vice versa. Also, residents of Magdalen South CPZ may park in Cowley Marsh CPZ and vice versa. Exemptions:
Standard access exemptions will apply to emergency service vehicles, roads and utility
services maintenance, and refuse vehicles, where compliance would unduly interfere with
usual operations. E-scooters and cyclists are also exempt form the restrictions.
The County Council may at their discretion provide a gate key subject to certain conditions
for essential operations and safety purposes.
One Way Streets:
The one-way restriction in Magdalen Road will be removed completely. One-way traffic in Howard Street will be reduced in length by moving the restriction to operate between Silver Road and Iffley Road in that direction. Two-way cycling is permitted throughout.
Legal:
This Experimental Order will remain in force for a maximum period of 18 months. If the provisions of this experimental Order are made permanent the measures may (as appropriate) be incorporated into (1) The Oxfordshire County Council (Oxford - Divinity Road Area) (Controlled Parking Zone and Waiting Restrictions) Order 2012 (as amended), (2) The Oxfordshire County Council (East Oxford) (Controlled Parking Zone Waiting Restrictions and Traffic Management) Order 2010 (as amended), (3) The Oxfordshire County Council (Oxford - Magdalen Road North Area) (Controlled Parking Zone and Waiting Restrictions) Order 2012 (as amended), (4) The Oxfordshire County Council (Oxford - Magdalen Road South Area) (Controlled Parking Zone and Waiting Restrictions) Order 2019 (as amended), and (5) The Oxfordshire County Council (Parking Places for Pedal Cycles, Oxford) Consolidation Order 2009 (as amended), (6) The Oxfordshire County Council (Oxford Area -Various Streets) (Traffic Management) Order 2022, and (7) The Oxfordshire County Council (Oxford - Cowley Marsh Area) (Controlled Parking Zone and Waiting Restrictions) Order 2020 (as amended) which will be further amended accordingly. The experimental order contains provisions allowing the Council's Director to modify or suspend the Order or any provisions of the Order (if appropriate) in accordance with Section 10 (2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. Comments:
The Council will be considering in due course whether the provisions of this experimental Order should be continued in force indefinitely. Any person may object to the making of an order for the purposes of such indefinite continuation within a period of 6 months beginning (a) with the day on which the experimental Order comes into force (20 May 2022) or (b) if that Order is varied by the Council or modified by the Council's Director pursuant to Section 10(2) of the 1984 Act, beginning with the day on which the variation or modification comes into force.
Documents giving detailed particulars of the Order are available for public inspection online by visiting:

https://letstalk.oxfordshire.gov.uk

Copies may be made available on request. If you wish to question the validity of the Experimental Order or any provision contained in it on the grounds that it is not within the powers conferred by the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, or on grounds that any requirement of this Act or of any instrument made under it has not been complied with in relation to this Order, you may within 6 weeks from 9 May 2022 apply to the High Court for this purpose. (Ref. AK.12.6.320)
(CITY OF OXFORD) (20 MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2022
NOTICE is given that on 9 May 2022 Oxfordshire County Council made the above order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and all other enabling powers. The order comes
into force on 13 May 2022.
The order introduces/extends 20mph speed limits on the following roads in place of the existing 30mph speed limit:
a) A4144 Folly Bridge and Abingdon Road from St Aldates southwards to near the B4495 Weirs Lane.

b) B480 Cowley Road, Oxford Road and Garsington Road from The Plain to St Lukes Road.

c) A420 London Place and Headington Road extending the current 20mph limit from The Plain to a point 87 metres northeast of Marston Road.

d) B4495 Church Cowley Road - the entire length, to meet the existing 20mph speed limit on Between Towns Road.

e) B4150 Marston Road from St Clements to near Harberton Mead.

f) A4158 Iffley Road from The Plain to near Boundary Brook Road.

g) B4495 Donnington Bridge Road and Weirs Lane.

The Oxfordshire County Council (City of Oxford) (20 mph Speed Limit) Order 2009, as amended by the Oxfordshire County Council (City of Oxford) (20mph Speed Limit) (Amendment) Order 2020 is revoked.
Documents giving more details are available for public inspection online by visiting:

https://letstalk.oxfordshire.gov.uk

Copies may be made available on request.
(Ref. CM/12.6.320)


(Oxford, Central West) (Controlled Parking Zone And Waiting Restrictions) Order 2022

NOTICE is given that on 9 May 2022 Oxfordshire County Council made the above order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. The effect of the order, which comes into force on 16 May consolidates the Oxfordshire County Council (Oxford) (Headington Central) (Controlled Parking Zone and Waiting Restrictions) Order 2000 and its 35 amendment orders into this new order.
The CPZ for Headington Central continues unchanged in its operation and administration. Documents giving more details of the order are available for public inspection online by visiting

https://letstalk.oxfordshire.gov.uk

. Copies may be made available on request. If you wish to question the validity of the Order or of any provision contained in it on the grounds that it is not within the powers conferred by the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, or on the grounds that any requirement of this Act or of any instrument made under it has not been complied with in relation to this Order, you may within six weeks from 9 May 2022 apply to the High Court for this purpose.

(Various Roads - South Oxfordshire) (Map Based) (Prohibition And

Restriction Of Waiting And Permitted Parking) Order 2021 (Variation No.6) Order 2022
NOTICE is given that on 9 May 2022 Oxfordshire County Council made the above order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and all other enabling powers. The order, which comes into force on 13 May introduces new sections of 'No Waiting at Any Time' (double yellow lines) parking prohibitions in Crowmarsh as follows - on both sides of:
a) Stephens Field northwards from the junction with The Street to meet the existing restrictions (on the non-Highway section) approx. 60 metres west of the junction with Bellamy Way, and

b) Bellamy Way to approx. 12 metres east of the junction with Stephens Field. The layby on the east side of Stephens Field will remain clear of restrictions. Additionally, in Didcot an administrative correction is made to the Map Based Order (Map tiles: GT68 & GU68) to include the current signed & lined 'No Waiting at Any Time' & 'No Loading 7am-10am & 4pm-7pm Any Day' restrictions on the pedestrian zone in Station Road, between the Broadway & the Cinema. There are no changes to the restrictions as currently marked on the ground.

The Oxfordshire County Council (Various Roads - South Oxfordshire) (Map Based) (Prohibition and Restriction of Waiting And Permitted Parking) Order 2021, updating Map Tiles GV84, GW84, GW85, GT68 & GU68.
Documents giving more details of the order are available for public inspection by visiting

https://letstalk.oxfordshire.gov.uk

Copies may be made available on request. If you wish to question the validity of this Order or of any provision contained in it on the grounds that it is not within the powers conferred by the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, or on the grounds that any requirement of this Act or of any instrument made under it has not been complied with in relation to this Order, you may within six weeks from 9 May 2022 apply to the High Court for this purpose. (Ref. CM/12.6.SO003)

1. (Oxford - Electric Vehicle Parking Places) (Variation No.4*) Order 20** 2. (Oxford City) (Designation and Regulation of Pay and Display Parking Places) (Variation No.7*) Order 20**
NOTICE is given that Oxfordshire County Council proposes to make the above order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and all other enabling powers. The effect of the order is to amend existing parking restrictions to accommodate new parking bays for the use of Electric Taxis & vehicles to recharge.
In the following roads parking bays will be installed for use by E-taxis only, to recharge for a maximum of 1 hour, and no return within 2 hours throughout the day:
Keble Road (north side): the existing non-taxi one-hour EV recharging bay located 42.5 metres east of the eastern kerb line of Banbury Road, to be converted for E-Taxi One Hour Recharging (No Return within 2 hours).

Old Greyfriars Street (west side): new EV bays to be installed in the existing taxi rank as follows:

- 2 bays to be installed approx. 85 meters south of the kerb line of Turn Again Lane, and

- 2 bays to be installed approx. 43 meters south of the kerb line of Turn Again Lane. Additionally a new 'general use' electric vehicle charging point allowing recharge for a maximum of 1 hour, and no return within 2 hours throughout the day, will be introduced in Keble Road as follows:

* North side - 2 spaces (11 metres total) to be installed approx. 84 meters east of the eastern kerb line of Banbury Road. The existing Pay & Display parking bay will be reduced as a result.

The lost length of Pay & Display parking spaces will be moved to the south side of Keble
Road by extending the parking at the western end by 11 metres.

The Oxfordshire County Council (Oxford - Electric Vehicle Parking Places) Order 2018, and
the Oxfordshire County Council(Oxford City) (Designation and Regulation of Pay and
Display Parking) Order 2017 will be further amended as a result.
Documents giving more details of the proposals are available for public inspection online
by visiting:

https://letstalk.oxfordshire.gov.uk

Copies may be made available on request.
Objections to the proposals and other representations specifying the grounds on which
they are made may be sent in writing to the address below by the 9 June 2022. The
Council will consider objections and representations received in response to this Notice.
They may be disseminated widely for these purposes and made available to the public.
(Ref. CM/12.6.320)

Traffic Regulation Team for the Director for Environment & Place, Oxfordshire County

Council, County Hall, New Road, Oxford, OX1 1ND.
(Email:

christian.mauz@oxfordshire.gov.uk

, Telephone: 0345 310 1111).

Attachments

MFN0658589.pdf Download

Oxfordshire County Council

County Hall , New Road , Oxford , Oxfordshire , OX1 1ND

http://www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/ 01865 792 422

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