Traffic Calming Scheme - Victoria Crescent, Wesley Street, Low Road and Grand Street, Lisburn

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Consultation opened on 27 June 2018. Closing date 30 July 2018 at 17:00.

Summary

Notice is hereby given that under ‘Article 65’ of the ‘Roads (Northern Ireland) Order 1993’ the Department for Infrastructure (DfI) proposes to provide traffic calming measures on Victoria Crescent, Wesley Street, Low Road, Grand Street, Lisburn to control the speed of traffic.

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Consultation description

The works will consist of:

Victoria Crescent, Lisburn

  • One flat top taper sided road humps, 9.0m long, 7.0m wide and 80mm high
  • One flat top taper sided road hump, 8.1m long, 6.95m wide and 50mm high

Wesley Street, Lisburn

  • Two flat top taper sided road humps, 9.0m long, 6.2m wide and 80mm high

Low Road, Lisburn

  • Four flat top taper sided road humps, 9.0m long, width varies and 80mm high

Grand Street, Lisburn

  • One flat top taper sided road hump, 8.1m long, 8.8m wide and 50mm high
  • Two flat top taper sided road humps, 9.0m long, width varies and 80mm high
  • Three pairs of speed cushions, each cushion 3.1m long, 1.9m wide and 80mm high
  • One flat top kerb to kerb road hump 9.4m long, 8.5m wide and 80mm high

All road humps will be constructed in accordance with The ‘Road Humps Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1999’.  All road markings and signage will be in accordance with the ‘Traffic Signs Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1997’. 

Inspecting the proposals

A large plan of the proposals may be inspected online, free of charge, before 30 July 2018 or by visiting the following offices (during opening hours) at the Department's addresses as follows:

DfI Belfast North Section Office
148-158 Corporation Street
Belfast
BT1 3DH
DfI Eastern Division HQ
Annex 7
Castle Buildings
Stormont Estate
BT4 3SL

Making an objection

Objections to these proposals may be made in writing to the Department for Infrastructure, via e-mail to traffic.eastern@infrastructure-ni.gov.uk  or via letter to the Stormont address above.

 

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