Traffic Calming Schemes - Omagh

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Consultation opened on 05 August 2015. Closing date 07 September 2015.

Summary

Notice is hereby given that under Article 65 of the Roads (NI) Order 1993, the Department proposes to introduce speed cushions, flat top road humps and other traffic calming works at Centenary Park, Omagh; Strule Park, Omagh and Knocknamoe Park Road, Omagh, County Tyrone, to control the speed of traffic.

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Consultation description

Scheme Details:

The speed cushions and 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:

Centenary Park, Omagh

  • provision of a 20mph speed limit in Centenary Park including appropriate signage and red surfacing at the entry point
  • 2 no flat top tapered edge road humps, approximately 1.9 metres long, 3.1 metres wide  and 75mm high at each of the following locations:
    • Centenary Park - adjacent to streetlight No.451
    • Centenary Park - 5m north from streetlight No.454

Strule Park, Omagh

  • 3 no sets of double speed cushions, approximately 3.1 metres long, 1.9 metres wide and 75mm high at each of the following locations:
    • Strule Park - 5m west from streetlight No.4
    • Strule Park - 2m north from streetlight No.41
    • Strule Park - 5m west from streetlight No.48

Knocknamoe Park Road, Omagh

  • 1 no flat top tapered edge road hump, approximately 1.9 metres long, 3.1 metres wide  and 75mm high at the following location:
    • Knocknamoe Park Road- adjacent to streetlight No.8

Making an objection

Objections or other representations may be made by 7 September 2015 in writing to:

Department for Regional Development
TransportNI
County Hall
Drumragh Avenue
Omagh
BT79 7AF

Maps showing the road humps and other traffic calming works may be inspected free of charge during office hours at the above mentioned TransportNI office or viewed by viewing the documents attached.

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