Agenda and decisions

Delegated Decisions by Cabinet Member for Transport Management - Thursday, 23 May 2024 10.00 am

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

Contact: Democratic Services  email: committeesdemocraticservices@oxfordshire.gov.uk

Link: video link https://oxon.cc/DDCMTM23052024

Items
No. Item

1.

Declarations of Interest

See guidance below.

Decision:

None.

2.

Questions from County Councillors

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Decision:

None.

3.

Petitions and Public Address

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Decision:

None.

4.

Minutes of the Previous Meeting pdf icon PDF 404 KB

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

5.

Proposed Amendments to Headington Quarry CPZ Parking Scheme 2024 pdf icon PDF 2 MB

Cabinet Member: Transport Management

Forward Plan Ref: 2024/100

Contact: Vicki Neville, Senior Officer – Parking (Vicki.Neville@oxfordshire.gov.uk)

 

Report by Corporate Director for Environment and Place (CMDTMT5).

 

The Cabinet Member for Transport Management is RECOMMENDED to approve the following amendments to parking restrictions within the Headington Quarry CPZ in Oxford as advertised:

 

a)    Two new limited waiting parking bays ‘Permit Holders or 3 Hours No Return Within 3 Hours Mon-Fri 9am-5pm’ on the western side of Green Road,

 

b)    Change of restriction from 2 Hours to ‘Permit Holders or 3 Hours No Return Within 3 Hours Mon-Fri 9am-5pm’ of the existing parking bays on the western side of Green Road, and the western side of Trinity Road,

 

c)    Removal of existing ‘Permit Holders or 2 Hours No Return Within 2 Hours’ parking bay on the eastern side of Pitts Road,

 

d)    New ‘No Waiting at Any Time’ restrictions (double yellow lines) on Trinity Road

 

6.

Oxford: Proposed Resident & Visitor Parking Permit Eligibility Amendments pdf icon PDF 582 KB

Cabinet Member: Transport Management

Forward Plan Ref: 2024/136

Contact: James Whiting, Team Leader – TRO and Schemes (James.Whiting@oxfordshire.gov.uk)

 

Report by Corporate Director for Environment and Place (CMDTMT6).

 

The Cabinet Member for Transport Management is RECOMMENDED to approve the following proposals in respect of eligibility for parking permits, as advertised:

 

a)    Cutteslowe & Five Mile Drive area – i) exclude the new property at No.10 Rotha Field Road, ii) No.37 Templar Road, and iii) Nos.36 & 36A Sunderland Avenue (north side) from eligibility for resident's parking permits and residents' visitors' parking permits,

 

b)    East Oxford – exclude No.52A Cherwell Street from eligibility for resident's parking permits and residents' visitors' parking permits,

 

c)    Florence Park – exclude i) No.46 Clive Road, and ii) No.135 Cornwallis Road from eligibility for resident's parking permits and residents' visitors' parking permits,

 

d)    Marston South – exclude the eight new dwellings at Nos.5-7 Jack Straws Lane from eligibility for resident's parking permits and residents' visitors' parking permits.

 

7.

Wheatley Waiting Restriction Review 2023/24 pdf icon PDF 3 MB

Cabinet Member: Transport Management

Forward Plan Ref: 2024/098

Contact: Mike Horton, Senior Officer (South) – TROs and Schemes (Mike.Horton@oxfordshire.gov.uk)

 

Report by Corporate Director for Environment and Place (CMDTMT7).

 

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

 

a)    New ‘No Waiting at Any Time’ (double yellow lines) restrictions, on sections of Westfield Road, Templars Close, Church Road, Station Road, Simon’s Close, Farm Close Road, Howe Close, Ladder Hill, Kelham Hall Drive, Park Hill, London Road, A40 Overbridge, Morland Close, Holloway Road and Littleworth Road, as advertised.

 

b)    Upgrade the existing advisory ‘School Keep Clear’ markings to enforceable ‘No Stopping on school entrance markings Mondays to Fridays 8am-9am and 2.30pm-3.30pm’ on Littleworth Road as advertised,

 

c)    New permit holders only parking bay ‘Mondays to Fridays 9am to 4pm’ on Bell Lane as advertised,

 

d)    In High Street, the time-limit for the new ‘shared’ parking spaces, operating on Mondays to Fridays between 9am and 4pm, should be relaxed to 2 hours – instead of the 1 hour as advertised.

 

8.

A420 Botley Road in the Vicinty of Rail Station - Highway Improvements pdf icon PDF 2 MB

Cabinet Member: Transport Management.

Forward Plan Ref: 2024/077

Contact: Craig Rossington, Technical Lead – Transport Planning (Craig.Rossington@oxfordshire.gov.uk)

 

Report by Corporate Director Environment and Place (CMDTMT8).

 

The Cabinet Member for Transport Management is RECOMMENDED to approve the following elements of the scheme design for pedestrian and cycle infrastructure improvements on the Botley Road between Abbey Road and Becket Street (the rail station junction) as advertised:

 

a)    Humped Toucan Crossing (a raised signalled crossing for use by pedestrians & pedal cyclists), approximately 10 metres west of the junction with Mill Street (speed table extends 25m east of Mill Street),

 

b)    Raised side road entry treatments across Abbey Road, Cripley Road and Mill Street at their junctions with the A420 Botley Road,

 

c)    Conversion of the existing footways on both sides of the A420 Botley Road to shared use footway cycle-track between the junctions of Abbey Road & Frideswide Square,

 

d)    Raised uncontrolled pedestrian crossing points at the following locations:

                                               i.     minor relocation of the existing crossing point on Botley Road, immediately west of its junction with the rail station access,

                                             ii.     provision of a new raised crossing point of the rail station access at its junction with Frideswide Square,

                                           iii.     widening of the existing raised crossing point on Becket Street at its junction with Frideswide Square.

 

e)    Delegate officers to continue working with Network Rail to finalise the detailed design of the improvements to be submitted to the county council as part of the Section 278 highways approval process.

 

9.

Proposed Raised Table Mini-Roundabout - Coxwell Road, Faringdon pdf icon PDF 496 KB

Cabinet Member: Transport Management

Forward Plan Ref: 2024/044

Contact: Ryan Moore, Technical Lead Engineer – South & Vale (Ryan.Moore@oxfordshire.gov.uk)

 

Report by Corporate Director for Environment and Place (CMDTMT9).

 

The Cabinet Member for Transport Management is RECOMMENDED to:

 

a)    Approve the construction of a new ‘Flat Top Road Hump’ at the existing mini roundabout junction of the A417 Station Road & B4019 Coxwell Road in Faringdon as advertised.

 

10.

South & Vale Districts Various Locations - Proposed New and Deleted Disabled Persons Parking Places pdf icon PDF 2 MB

Cabinet Member: Transport Management

Forward Plan Ref: 2024/142

Contact: James Whiting, Parking Schemes and Traffic Orders Team Leader (James.Whiting@oxfordshire.gov.uk)

 

Report by Corporate Director for Environment and Place (CMDTMT10).

 

The Cabinet Member for Transport Management is RECOMMENDED to approve:

 

a)    The proposed provision of Disabled Persons Parking Places (DPPP) at: Coopers Lane, Abingdon; Fane Drive, Berinsfield; Elm Drive, Chinnor; Pages Orchard, Sonning Common; Van Diemans, Stanford-in-the-Vale; Radnor Road, Wallingford; Manor Road, Whitchurch-on-Thames.

 

b)    The proposed removal of Disabled Persons Parking Places (DPPP) at: St. Marks Road, Henley-on-Thames; Chapel Lane, Letcombe Regis; Park Street, Thame.

 

c)    But defer approval of the proposals at the following locations pending further investigations: Maberley Close, Abingdon; Cowleaze, Chinnor; Kynaston Road, Didcot; Gainsborough Crescent, Henley-on-Thames; Anvil Paddock, Letcombe Regis; Church Road, Radley; Ashford Avenue, Sonning Common.

 

d)    Defer approval of the removal of DPPP at the following locations: Park Road, Henley-on-Thames.

 

11.

Proposed 30 & 40mph Limits - Long Wittenham pdf icon PDF 1 MB

Cabinet Member: Transport Management

Forward Plan Ref: 2024/091

Contact: Jon Beale, Senior Officer: Traffic & Road Safety (Jon.Beale@oxfordshire.gov.uk)

 

Report by Corporate Director for Environment and Place (CMDTMT11).

 

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

 

a)    Extend the existing 30mph speed limit on Long Wittenham Road northwards,

 

b)    A new 30mph buffer speed limit on Little Wittenham Road, and

 

c)    A new 40mph speed limit on Long Wittenham Road in place of the existing 60mph National speed limit.

 

 

12.

Proposed 30mph Extension - A4155, Shiplake pdf icon PDF 700 KB

Cabinet Member: Transport Management

Forward Plan Ref: 2024/052

Contact: Clever Safurawu, Engineer – Road Agreements Team (Clever.Safurawu@oxfordshire.gov.uk).

 

Report by Corporate Director for Environment and Place (CMDTMT12).

 

The Cabinet Member for Transport Management is RECOMMENDED to:

 

a)    Approve the extension to the existing 30mph speed limit on the A4155 Reading Road at Shiplake, as advertised.

 

 

 

13.

Ardley with Fewcott: 20mph and 30mph Speed Limit Proposals pdf icon PDF 1 MB

Cabinet Member: Transport Management

Forward Plan Ref: 2024/019

Contact: Anthony Kirkwood, Vision Zero Team Leader (Anthony.Kirkwood@oxfordshire.gov.uk)

 

Report by Corporate Director for Environment and Place (CMDTMT13).

 

The Cabinet Member for Transport Management is RECOMMENDED to:

 

a)    Approve the introduction of 20mph and 30mph speed limits in Ardley with Fewcott, as advertised.

 

 

14.

Aston Tirrold/Upthorpe: 20mph Speed Limit Proposals pdf icon PDF 870 KB

Cabinet Member: Transport Management

Forward Plan Ref: 2024/026

Contact: Anthony Kirkwood, Vision Zero Team Leader (Anthony.Kirkwood@oxfordshire.gov.uk)

 

Report by Corporate Director for Environment and Place (CMDTMT14).

 

The Cabinet Member for Transport Management is RECOMMENDED to:

 

a)    Approve the extension of the existing 20mph speed limit on Moreton Road, as advertised.

 

 

15.

Baulking: 20 Mph Speed Limit Proposals pdf icon PDF 661 KB

Cabinet Member: Transport Management

Forward Plan Ref: 2024/068

Contact: Anthony Kirkwood, Vision Zero Team Leader (Anthony.Kirkwood@oxfordshire.gov.uk)

 

Report by Corporate Director for Environment and Place (CMDTMT15).

 

The Cabinet Member for Transport Management is RECOMMENDED to

 

a)    Approve the introduction of 20mph speed limits in Baulking as advertised.

 

16.

Barford St John & Barford St Michael: 20 Mph Speed Limit Proposals pdf icon PDF 522 KB

Cabinet Member: Transport Management

Forward Plan Ref: 2024/066

Contact: Anthony Kirkwood, Vision Zero Team Leader (Anthony.Kirkwood@oxfordshire.gov.uk)

 

Report by Corporate Director for Environment and Place (CMDTMT16).

 

The Cabinet Member for Transport Management is RECOMMENDED to:

 

a)    Approve the introduction of 20mph speed limits in Barford St Michael and Barford St John, as well as lengths of 30mph speed limits on Bloxham Road, as advertised.

 

17.

Bix & Assendon: 20 Mph Speed Limit Proposals pdf icon PDF 2 MB

Cabinet Member: Transport Management

Forward Plan Ref: 2024/72

Contact: Anthony Kirkwood, Vision Zero Team Leader (Anthony.Kirkwood@oxfordshire.gov.uk)

 

Report by Corporate Director for Environment and Place (CMDTMT17).

 

The Cabinet Member for Transport Management is RECOMMENDED to:

 

a)    Approve the introduction of 20mph speed limits at Bix village, Lower Assendon and Middle Assendon, as advertised.

 

 

 

18.

Black Bourton: 20 Mph Speed Limit Proposals pdf icon PDF 755 KB

Cabinet Member: Transport Management

Forward Plan Ref: 2024/25

Contact: Anthony Kirkwood, Vision Zero Team Leader (Anthony.Kirkwood@oxfordshire.gov.uk)

 

Report by Corporate Director for Environment and Place (CMDTMT18).

 

The Cabinet Member for Transport Management is RECOMMENDED to:

 

a)    Approve the proposed introduction of the 20mph & 30mph speed limits in Black Bourton, as advertised.

 

19.

Broadwell: 20 Mph Speed Limit Proposals pdf icon PDF 526 KB

Cabinet Member: Transport Management

Forward Plan Ref: 2024/067

Contact: Anthony Kirkwood, Vision Zero Team Leader (Anthony.Kirkwood@oxfordshire.gov.uk)

 

Report by Corporate Director for Environment and Place (CMDTMT19)

 

The Cabinet Member for Transport Management is RECOMMENDED to:

 

a)    Approve the proposed introduction of 20mph speed limits in Broadwell, as advertised.

 

 

20.

Fringford: 20 Mph Speed Limit Proposals pdf icon PDF 561 KB

Cabinet Member: Transport Management

Forward Plan Ref: 2024/75

Contact: Anthony Kirkwood, Vision Zero Team Leader (Anthony.Kirkwood@oxfordshire.gov.uk)

 

Report by Corporate Director for Environment and Place (CMDTMT20).

 

The Cabinet Member for Transport Management is RECOMMENDED to:

 

a)    Approve the introduction of 20mph speed limits in Fringford as advertised.

 

21.

Garford: 20 Mph Speed Limit Proposals pdf icon PDF 1 MB

Cabinet Member: Transport Management

Forward Plan Ref: 2024/074

Contact: Anthony Kirkwood, Vision Zero Team Leader (Anthony.Kirkwood@oxfordshire.gov.uk)

 

Report by Corporate Director for Environment and Place (CMDTMT21).

 

The Cabinet Member for Transport Management is RECOMMENDED to:

 

a)    Approve the introduction of 20mph speed limits in Garford as advertised.

 

22.

Hethe: 20mph Speed Limit Proposals pdf icon PDF 774 KB

Cabinet Member: Transport Management

Forward Plan Ref: 2024/065

Contact: Anthony Kirkwood, Vision Zero Team Leader (Anthony.Kirkwood@oxfordshire.gov.uk)

 

Report by Corporate Director for Environment and Place (CMDTMT22).

 

The Cabinet Member for Transport Management is RECOMMENDED to:

 

a)    Approve the introduction of 20mph speed limits in Hethe as advertised.

 

23.

Kingston Blount: Proposed 20 Mph Speed Limits pdf icon PDF 1 MB

Cabinet Member: Transport Management

Forward Plan Ref: 2023/300

Contact: Anthony Kirkwood, Vision Zero Team Leader (Anthony.Kirkwood@oxfordshire.gov.uk)

 

Report by Corporate Director for Environment and Place (CMDTMT23).

 

The Cabinet Member for Transport Management is RECOMMENDED to:

 

a)    Approve the introduction of 20mph speed limits in Kingston Blount as advertised.