Moors Lane, Rugby, (30 mph Speed Limit) Order 2019

Warwickshire County Council propose to make the above named Order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the effect of which will be to impose a 30 mph speed limit on the length of road described in the Schedule below.

A copy of the proposed Order, together with a plan showing the length of road affected and a statement of the Council’s reasons for proposing to make the Order, may be inspected at the Main Reception, Shire Hall, Market Place, Warwick, at the Rugby Borough Council, Town Hall, Evreux Way, Rugby and at the Library & Information Centre, Little Elborow Street, Rugby during usual opening hours.

Any enquiries relating to the proposals may be made to Marcus Alford-Longley, Communities Directorate, Warwickshire County Council (telephone number 01926 412076).

Any objections or representations to the proposals, which must be in writing and specify the grounds on which they are made, should be addressed to Marcus Alford-Longley, Communities Group, PO Box 43, Shire Hall, Warwick, CV34 4SX.  (Objections, representations, and the name of the objector or person making a representation, will normally be treated as public information and may be published. For further information on how Warwickshire County Council processes personal data please refer to the Customer Privacy Notice which is available at https://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/privacy).  Objections and representations must be sent so as to be received by 17 May 2019.

SCHEDULE

Moors Lane, Rugby

From its junction with the A428 Crick Road, in a generally north-westerly direction for a distance of 381 metres.

TRO-Moor Ln 30 TRO Plan

 

STATEMENT OF REASONS

  • Moors Lane, Rugby

New housing development of land either side of Moors lane on the eastern side of Hillmorton, has led to a proposal to change the speed limit along the section of road in that locale.

Currently, there is a National speed limit n place along this route. This length of Highway will soon include a number of accesses leading into new housing developments with the development both side of the carriageway.

The proposal is to revoke the existing national speed limit along this road which will then be replaced by a 30mph speed limit.

Reducing the current speed limit should have the effect of slowing motorists down to assist turning traffic in/out of the new housing developments, preserve visibility and aid road safety.

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