TRAFFIC ORDER PROPOSAL – 50MPH SPEED LIMIT AT FABERSTOWN
EFFECT OF ORDER: To impose a 50mph speed limit on that currently de-restricted length of A342 Weyhill to Ludgershall road at Faberstown between a point 176 metres east of its junction with Graspan Road and a point 780 metres south-east of the County boundary between Wiltshire and Hampshire.
TRAFFIC ORDER PROPOSAL – 40 MPH SPEED LIMIT, A342 WEYHILL ROAD
EFFECT OF ORDER: To extend the existing 40 mph speed limit by approximately 100 metres between a point 50 metres north-west of Weyhill Bottom Road and a point 50 metres south-east thereof
TRAFFIC ORDER PROPOSALS – 40 AND 50 MILES PER HOUR SPEED LIMITS AT CROOKHAM VILLAGE
EFFECT OF ORDER: Will impose a new 50mph speed limit and extend the existing 40mph at Crookham Village as below.
TEMPORARY CLOSURE - PRESTON CANDOVER BOAT 9
Hampshire County Council has made an Order under Section 14(1)a of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, to allow for works in connection with route surface improvements.
BOROUGH OF FAREHAM (SOUTHAMPTON ROAD, PARK GATE) (PROHIBITION AND RESTRICTION OF WAITING AND PARKING PLACES) (AMENDMENT NO 1) ORDER 2014
Proposed Waiting Restrictions in Southampton Road, Park Gate.
BOROUGH OF FAREHAM (TITCHFIELD PARK ROAD) (PROHIBITION AND RESTRICTION OF WAITING AND PARKING PLACES) (AMENDMENT NO 1) ORDER 2014
Proposed Waiting Restrictions in Titchfield Park Road.
BOROUGH OF FAREHAM (SEGENSWORTH ROAD) (PROHIBITION AND RESTRICTION OF WAITING AND PARKING PLACES) (AMENDMENT NO 1) ORDER 2014
Proposed Waiting Restrictions in Segensworth Road.
The effect of this proposed Traffic Regulation Order (legal order) will be to make the existing waiting restrictions, already marked on the developments roads enforceable by Eastleigh Borough Councils Civil Enforcement Officers upon adoption of the road by Hampshire County Council. Some additional lining is to be proposed that is not marked on site.
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