What changes are proposed?
We are reducing the speed limit on the length of the A646 Burnley Road, Luddendenfoot between the junction with Ewood Drive, Mytholmroyd and Rock Cliffe Mount, Luddendenfoot. The speed limit will be reduced from 50mph to 40 mph.
The proposed order will also correct an anomaly found in the existing order in relation to the 30mph limit. This change merely replicates the existing signed 30mph section that already exists on street.
Why are the changes proposed?
The proposal is sought to improve the safety of traffic (including pedestrians) using the road following a number of reported injury accidents.
When the proposed order is advertised and how the public will know this?
The Traffic Regulation Orders (TRO) will be advertised on Friday 14 October 2016. Notices will be placed on site at the various locations.
Details of where the draft proposals and documents can be found:
Full details of the proposals can be found at Transport improvements and initiatives | Calderdale Council which include the draft order, plan(s), notice of proposal and a statement of the Council's reasons for proposing to make the Orders. The proposals may also be inspected on-line at any Council Library or Customer First office, (Customer First in Halifax is located on Horton Street, Halifax HX1 1QE.)
How to object?
Objections, representations or comments to any part of the proposed orders should be sent, in writing, to Steven Lee (Head of Highways and Transportation), c/o Traffic Team, Mulcture House, Mulcture Hall Road, Halifax, HX1 1SP or emailed to proposedTRO@calderdale.gov.uk .
Objection Closing date
Any objections, representations or comments must be received no later than Friday 4 November 2016.
What happens next?
A review panel will meet to discuss and consider all objections, representations and comments received in relation to the proposed changes.
A report containing their recommendations is then presented to the Governing Body for final consideration.
Once approved and/or updated, anyone who has made an objection, representation or comment will be informed of the decision, in writing and the report will be published on the internet.
This process can take between 6-8 weeks from the latest closing date for objections.