Agenda and decisions

Cabinet Member for Traffic & Transportation
Thursday, 17th October, 2019 4.30 pm

Venue: The Executive Meeting Room - Third Floor, The Guildhall. View directions

Contact: Joanne Wildsmith Democratic Services Tel: 9283 4057  Email: democratic@portsmouthcc.gov.uk

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Items
No. Item

1.

Apologies

2.

Declarations of Members' Interests

3.

TRO 30/2019: Proposed Residents' Parking Zone (ME Haslemere Road area) pdf icon PDF 2 MB

The purpose of the report by the Director of Regeneration is to consider the public response to the proposed ME Haslemere Road area parking zone, in the context of parking problems and the wider Programme of Consultation on Residents' Parking and to decide whether to introduce the proposed zone.

 

Within this report, "RPZ" means Residents' Parking Zone, "ME parking zone" means the proposed Haslemere Road area RPZ bounded by Goldsmith Avenue,  Highland Road, Chestnut Avenue and Winter Road, and "TRO" means Traffic Regulation Order.

 

RECOMMENDED

(1)That the ME Haslemere Road area parking zone proposed under TRO 30/2019 to operate 4.30pm-6.30pm is implemented as advertised, with the following exceptions:

 

(2) That the proposed change to the 10m single yellow line in Haslemere Road south of Pretoria Road is deleted (Part F1(b) on the public notice), and;

 

(3) The proposed 26m limited waiting bay in Haslemere Road outside the carpet store and gym/dance school (Part D2 on the public notice) is reduced to 14m outside the gym/dance school only, with a new proposal for a 12m loading bay to operate 8am-12pm Mon-Fri outside the carpet store to be included in a subsequent TRO, and;

 

(4)That the proposed parking bays in Winter Road are deleted (Part B22 on the public notice), but that properties on both sides of Winter Road retain eligibility to apply for ME zone permits.

Additional documents:

Decision:

The Cabinet Member agreed:

 

(1) That the ME Haslemere Road area parking zone proposed under TRO 30/2019 to operate 4.30pm-6.30pm be implemented as advertised, with the following exceptions:

(i) That the proposed change to the 10m single yellow line in Haslemere Road south of Pretoria Road is deleted (Part F1(b) on the public notice), and;

(ii) The proposed 26m limited waiting bay in Haslemere Road outside the carpet store and gym/dance school (Part D2 on the public notice) is reduced to 14m outside the gym/dance school only, with a new proposal for a 12m loading bay to operate 8am-12pm Mon-Fri outside the carpet store to be included in a subsequent TRO, and;

(iii)That the proposed parking bays in Winter Road are deleted (Part B22 on the public notice), but that properties on both sides of Winter Road retain eligibility to apply for ME zone permits.

 

(2) A review of its operation will take place within 6 months of the ME Residents' Parking Zone commencing.

 

4.

Speed reduction - proposed locations pdf icon PDF 203 KB

The purpose of the report by the Director of Regeneration is to consider the locations suggested for speed reduction measures as part of the speed reduction LTP 2019/20 programme that was agreed in March 2019.

 

RECOMMENDED that the Cabinet Member for Traffic and Transportation approves the spend from the Speed Reduction Measure budget  of speed reduction measures along Southwick Hill Road, Old Manor Way and Clive Road (all locations illustrated in Appendix A). 

Additional documents:

Decision:

The Cabinet Member for Traffic and Transportation approved the spend from the Speed Reduction Measure budget  of speed reduction measures along Southwick Hill Road, Old Manor Way and Clive Road (all locations illustrated in Appendix A of the report). 

5.

School crossing patrol infrastructure - proposed locations pdf icon PDF 326 KB

The report by the Director of Regeneration seeks approval to upgrade the school crossing patrol locations identified in Appendix A, to ensure their compliance with current legislation. 

 

RECOMMENDED that the Cabinet Member for Traffic & Transportation approves the use of the school crossing patrol infrastructure budget, contained within the Approved Local Transport Plan Implementation Plan 2019/20, to upgrade the school crossing patrol sites identified in Appendix A, ensuring their compliance with the latest legislation. 

Additional documents:

Decision:

The Cabinet Member for Traffic & Transportation approved the use of the school crossing patrol infrastructure budget, contained within the Approved Local Transport Plan Implementation Plan 2019/20, to upgrade the school crossing patrol sites identified in Appendix A, ensuring their compliance with the latest legislation. 

 

6.

Rights of Way Improvement Plan 2019-2029 pdf icon PDF 105 KB

The purpose of the report by the Director of Regeneration is to highlight the Draft Portsmouth Rights of Way Improvement Plan (RoWIP) as part of the consultation process, and to seek approval for external consultation to be undertaken as per the Council's statutory obligation.

 

RECOMMENDED that the Cabinet Member for Traffic and Transportation approves the Draft ROWIP 2019-2029 in preparation for external consultation.

Additional documents:

Decision:

Cabinet Member for Traffic and Transportation approved the Draft Right of Way Improvement Plan (ROWIP) 2019-2029 in preparation for external consultation.

7.

Fratton-Hard Active Travel Corridor pdf icon PDF 136 KB

The purpose of the report by the Director of Regeneration is to consider responses to the public consultation on the proposal to implement a segregated cycle lane along with crossing point improvements, where feasible, along an approximate 900m stretch of the highway.

 

RECOMMENDED that the Cabinet Member for Traffic and Transportation approves the implementation of the following:

 

(1)  A segregated cycle lane, where feasible (subject to available carriageway widths), between the junction with Haslemere Road/ Goldsmith Avenue and the eastern approach to Fratton Roundabout (Victoria Rd/ Fawcett Rd/ A2047/ Goldsmith Rd junction) to improve east to west connectivity for cyclist and pedestrians, across the city;

 

(2)  Redesign of the Goldsmith/ Francis Avenue junction to a single access "T" junction, with associated pedestrian and cyclist infrastructure improvements (such as a shared space) to improve safety at this junction;

 

(3)  Junction improvements at Haslemere Road, Francis Avenue, Talbot Road and Fernhurst Road;

 

(4)  A new crossing point for pedestrians by Lidl.

Additional documents:

Decision:

The Cabinet Member for Traffic and Transportation approved the implementation of the following:

 

(1)       A segregated cycle lane, where feasible (subject to available carriageway widths), between the junction with Haslemere Road/ Goldsmith Avenue and the eastern approach to Fratton Roundabout (Victoria Rd/ Fawcett Rd/ A2047/ Goldsmith Rd junction) to improve east to west connectivity for cyclist and pedestrians, across the city;

 

(2)       Redesign of the Goldsmith/ Francis Avenue junction to a single access "T" junction, with associated pedestrian and cyclist infrastructure improvements (such as a shared space) to improve safety at this junction;

 

(3)       Junction improvements at Haslemere Road, Francis Avenue, Talbot Road and Fernhurst Road;

 

(4)       A new crossing point for pedestrians by Lidl.