(PARK & RIDE PARKING PLACES - THORNHILL AND OXFORD PARKWAY (ALSO KNOWN AS WATER EATON)) (VARIATION NO. 2) ORDER 2017Notice ID: MF0252832
OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
(PARK & RIDE PARKING PLACES - THORNHILL AND OXFORD PARKWAY (ALSO KNOWN AS WATER EATON)) (VARIATION NO. 2) ORDER 2017
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on 18 December 2017 Oxfordshire County Council made the above amendment order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and all other enabling powers. The order, which comes into force on 21 December 2017 introduces a new charge providing combined parking and bus travel (from both Park & Ride sites) and in addition makes changes to the title of the original order and the description of the Water Eaton Park and Ride facility to recognise the new Oxford Parkway Rail Station which has a separate car park and area of responsibility.
A combined ticket costing £6.80 allows parking for up to 11 hours and bus travel for a maximum of 2 Adults and 3 Children to and from Oxford City Centre (according to the ticketing terms and conditions of the Oxford Bus Company). Other parking charges are unchanged by this Order.
The existing base order is renamed as The Oxfordshire County Council (Park and Ride Parking Places -Thornhill, and Oxford Parkway (Also known as Water Eaton) Order 2012. The name and description of Parking Places for Water Eaton is amended to identify the separate responsibilities of the rail franchisee and the County Council, only the latter being the subject of the order; a plan is attached to the order to illustrate this. For clarification, enforcement responsibilities remain with the County Council for the Park and Ride areas, and by separate contractors for the rail franchisee covering the rail station car park area.
Documents giving more detailed particulars of the Orders are available for public inspection at www.oxfordshire.gov.uk , Oxfordshire County Council, County Hall, New Road OX1 1ND from 8.30am to 4.30pm weekdays.
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 the 18 December 2017 apply to the High Court for this purpose.
Traffic Regulation Team for the Director for Infrastructure Delivery, Oxfordshire County Council, County Hall, Oxford, OX1 1ND.