Proposed Traffic Calming Scheme Gortmore Park, Omagh

Consultation opened on 10 March 2022. Closing date 11 April 2022.

Summary

Notice is hereby given that under Article 65 of the Roads (NI) Order 1993, that the Department for Infrastructure proposes to introduce road humps and other traffic calming works at U3006 Gortmore Park, Omagh to control the speed of traffic.

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Consultation description

The road humps will be constructed in accordance with the Road Humps Regulations (NI) 1999, other features will be constructed in accordance with the Traffic Calming Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1995, and consist of:
1 no set of double speed cushions, approximately 3.1m long, 1.9 metres wide and 75mm high, at each of the following locations:

  • Adjacent to street light number 1.
  • Adjacent to street light number 13.
  • Adjacent to street light number 7.

1 no set of triple speed cushions, approximately 3.1m long, 1.9 metres wide and 75mm high, at the following location:

  • Adjacent to no 22 & 23 Gortmore Park

Inspecting the proposals

A map showing the road humps and other traffic calming works may be inspected free of charge, during office hours at the above mentioned Roads office. Please contact 028 8225 4085 to arrange a viewing.

Making an objection

Objections or other representations may be made to the Department for Infrastructure, Roads, Network Development, County Hall, Drumragh Avenue, Omagh, BT79 7AF, within a period of 31 days from the publication of this notice.

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