A new traffic order imposing a 50 mph speed limit on a length of the A32 between Wickham and Droxford that is currently derestricted.
Order under Section 14(1)a of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, to allow embankment repairs to be undertaken.
Introduction of a new 50 mph speed restriction and consolidation of existing 30 mph and 40 mph speed restriction orders.
Order made under Section 14(1)b of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, to prevent the likelihood of serious damage to the road.
This notice sets out key decision which will be made by the County Council's Executive Lead Member for Children's Services to approve the purchase of a Children’s Services and Schools integrated IT system.
Order made under Section 14(1)a of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, to allow for path resurfacing works to be undertaken.
The County Council receives regular requests for 20mph restrictions from residents and community groups concerned with the speed of traffic in residential areas. In addition to the implications on highway safety, residents often point to the adverse impact that excessive speed has on their quality of life with issues of threat, intimidation and vehicle noise often raised. The Residential 20 project has been developed to take advantage of the Department of Transport's recent relaxations to the signing requirements associated with 20 mph limits. The pilot schemes are intended to test the effectiveness of this new approach in response to requests from residents and with the backing of local County Councillors.
Closure under Section 14(1)b of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, to prevent the likelihood of danger to the public or serious damage to the road due to heavy flooding.
A temporary speed restriction introduced for safety purposes, following completion of traffic calming measures.
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