Agenda and decisions

Delegated Decisions by Cabinet Member for Transport Management - Thursday, 22 February 2024 10.00 am

Venue: Room 2&3 - County Hall, New Road, Oxford OX1 1ND. View directions

Contact: Sharon Keenlyside  email:  sharon.keenlyside@oxfordshire.gov.uk

Link: video link https://oxon.cc/DDCMTM22022024

Items
No. Item

1.

Declaration of Interest

2.

Questions from County Councillors pdf icon PDF 230 KB

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3.

Petitions and Public Address

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4.

Minutes of the Previous Meeting pdf icon PDF 261 KB

To confirm the minutes of the meeting held on 25 January 2024 to be signed by the Chair as a correct record.

5.

Parking review of South Oxford (extension) CPZ Dec 2023 pdf icon PDF 5 MB

Forward Plan Ref: 2023/338

Contact: Vicki Neville, Senior Officer - TRO and Schemes,

Vicki.neville@oxfordshire.gov.uk

 

Report by Corporate Director Environment & Place (CMDHM05).

 

To seek approval for a number of changes to the South Oxford (Extension) CPZ which was introduced in 2022.

 

The Cabinet Member for Transport Management is RECOMMENDED to approve the following as advertised:

 

a)    Change of times of operation to ‘8am to 8pm Monday to Saturday (two hours waiting - no return in two hours for non-permit holders)’ on: Bertie Place, Canning Crescent, Chatham Road, Fox Crescent, John Towle Close, Lincoln Road, Monmouth Road, Norreys Avenue, Northampton Road, Oswestry Road, Peel Place, Sunningwell Road, Weirs Lane, and Wytham Street,

b)    Change of times of operation to ‘8am to 8pm Monday to Sunday (one hour waiting - no return in one hour for non-permit holders)’ on: Gordon Street, Green Place, Lake Street, School Place, Stewart Street, Summerfield, Vicarage Lane, and Vicarage Road.

c)    Introduction of new ‘No Waiting at Any Time’ (double yellow lines) restrictions on: Abingdon Road, Bertie Place, Canning Crescent: Chatham Road, Fox Crescent, Green Place, Lake Street, Northampton Road, Stewart Street, Vicarage Lane, Vicarage Road, Weirs Lane, and Wytham Street:

 

Decision:

The Cabinet Member for Transport Management APPROVED the following as advertised:

 

a)    Change of times of operation to ‘8am to 8pm Monday to Saturday (two hours waiting - no return in two hours for non-permit holders)’ on: Bertie Place, Canning Crescent, Chatham Road, Fox Crescent, John Towle Close, Lincoln Road, Monmouth Road, Norreys Avenue, Northampton Road, Oswestry Road, Peel Place, Sunningwell Road, Weirs Lane, and Wytham Street,

b)    Change of times of operation to ‘8am to 8pm Monday to Sunday (one hour waiting - no return in one hour for non-permit holders)’ on: Gordon Street, Green Place, Lake Street, School Place, Stewart Street, Summerfield, Vicarage Lane, and Vicarage Road.

c)    Introduction of new ‘No Waiting at Any Time’ (double yellow lines) restrictions on: Abingdon Road, Bertie Place, Canning Crescent: Chatham Road, Fox Crescent, Green Place, Lake Street, Northampton Road, Stewart Street, Vicarage Lane, Vicarage Road, Weirs Lane, and Wytham Street:

 

6.

Cowley Centre West CPZ amendments - 2023 pdf icon PDF 2 MB

Forward Plan Ref: 2023/340

Contact: Vicki Neville, Senior Officer TRO and Schemes

Vicki.neville@oxfordshire.gov.uk

 

Report by Corporate Director Environment & Place (CMDHM06).

 

To seek approval to make a number of minor amendments to the Parking Zone implemented in 2021.

 

The Cabinet Member for Transport Management is RECOMMENDED to approve the following as advertised:

 

a)    replace the various lengths of existing ‘No Waiting 8am to 6.30pm Monday to Saturday’ (single yellow lines) parking restrictions & the two-hour shared use parking bay opposite the junction with Hockmore Street with new ‘No Waiting at Any Time’ (double yellow lines) on Crowell Road,

b)    extend the existing double yellow lines on Rahere Road, southwards from Bartholomew Road for 30 metres on the eastern side, and 27 metres on the western side.

 

Decision:

The Cabinet Member for Transport Management APPROVED the following as advertised:

 

a)    replace the various lengths of existing ‘No Waiting 8am to 6.30pm Monday to Saturday’ (single yellow lines) parking restrictions & the two-hour shared use parking bay opposite the junction with Hockmore Street with new ‘No Waiting at Any Time’ (double yellow lines) on Crowell Road,

b)    extend the existing double yellow lines on Rahere Road, southwards from Bartholomew Road for 30 metres on the eastern side, and 27 metres on the western side.

 

 

7.

Abingdon - B4017 Bath Street - proposed no waiting at any time restrictions and cycle lane pdf icon PDF 445 KB

Forward Plan Ref: 2023/287

Contact: Michelle Plowman , Principal Engineer Road Agreements Team, michelle.plowman@oxfordshire.gov.uk 

 

Report by Corporate Director Environment & Place (CMDHM07).

 

Proposal is being put forward to improve the safety and amenity of pedal cyclists to encourage active travel - the proposal is being funded by major residential development in north Abingdon.

 

The Cabinet Member for Transport Management is RECOMMENDED to

 

a.     Approve as advertised the extension of the existing ‘No Waiting at Any Time’ parking restriction (double yellow lines) on the east side of Bath Street, south of the Fitzharry’s Road link footpath.

 

b.     Instruct officers to review and agree the proposed advisory cycle provision in consultation with local cycling groups, local member and other local stakeholders. 

 

 

Decision:

1.     The Cabinet Member for Transport Management APPROVED:

 

a.     as advertised the extension of the existing ‘No Waiting at Any Time’ parking restriction (double yellow lines) on the east side of Bath Street, south of the Fitzharry’s Road link footpath.

 

b.     To instruct officers to review and agree the proposed advisory cycle provision in consultation with local cycling groups, local member and other local stakeholders including the residents of Bath Street.

 

c.     To instruct officers to expedite the review of the impact of the proposed changes in parking and to defer the implementation of recommendation a. until this has been completed.

 

8.

Alvescot: Main Road - Proposed Traffic Calming pdf icon PDF 703 KB

Cabinet Member: Cabinet Member for Transport Management

Forward Plan Ref: 2024/009

Contact: James Wright, Senior Officer (Traffic and Road Safety) (james.wright@oxfordshire.gov.uk)

 

Report by Corporate Director for Environment and Place (CMDHM08).

 

The Cabinet Member for Transport Management is RECOMMENDED to approve, as advertised, the traffic calming carriageway narrowing feature on the B4020 Main Road, Alvescot.

 

Decision:

The Cabinet Member for Transport Management APPROVED as advertised, the traffic calming carriageway narrowing feature on the B4020 Main Road, Alvescot.