Public notice

THE CITY OF SOUTHAMPTON (A3024) (BUS LANE) EXPERIMENTAL ORDER 2020

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT SOUTHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL made the above Order on 17th June 2020, the effects of which are:

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Highways – Permanent Traffic Order Notices from Southampton City Council in Southampton area

1 To introduce with-flow bus lanes, at all times, in lane 1 (nearside), cycling, taxis and authorised vehicles permitted, in the following lengths of road:

a Maybray King Way, westbound carriageway, From 53m east of its junction with Bitterne Road (Bitterne Village) westwards to its junction with Bitterne Road West

b Bitterne Road West, westbound carriageway, From its junction with Maybray King Way and Bitterne Road (Bitterne Village) westwards to 216/218 Bitterne Road West

c Bitterne Road West, westbound carriageway, From 70/72 Bitterne Road West westwards to its junction with Northam Bridge

d Northam Bridge, southbound carriageway, From its junction with Bitterne Road West to 100m north of Northam Service Road

e Northam Bridge, northbound carriageway, From 90m north Union Road northwards for its entire length

f Bitterne Road West, eastbound carriageway, From its junction with Northam Bridge to 50m west of its junction with Rampart Road

g Bitterne Road West, eastbound carriageway, From 65m east of its junction with Cobbett Road westwards to 42m west of its junction with Glenfield Avenue

2 To extend the with-flow bus lane opposite Lances Hill off-street car park so its extent is from 20m north-west of its junction with Peartree Avenue to its junction with Bitterne Road West

Note: Lane 2 will remain open to all vehicles.

The Order will come into operation on 27th June 2020

The Council will be considering in due course whether the provisions of the Order shall continue in force indefinitely.

Any person may object to the making of an Order for the purpose of such indefinite continuation, within six months of this experimental Order coming into force, or within six months of any subsequent variation or modification to this Order coming into force, whichever may be the later.

Any such objection must be in writing, stating the grounds on which it is made, quoting the Order title and sent to the Highways Legal Team at Southampton City Council, Civic Centre, Southampton, SO14 7LY or via email to Traffic.Orders.Legal@southampton.gov.uk

Copies of the Order, maps and statement of reasons for proposing will be emailed or posted upon request. Further information may also be obtained from the Highways division on 023 8079 8021.

This Order shall cease to have effect 18 months after it comes into operation or when a further Order to reproduce and continue in force indefinitely the provisions of this experimental Order is made, whichever is earliest.

Dated: 19th June 2020

Richard Ivory, Solicitor, Service Director, Legal and Governance

Southampton & Fareham Legal Services Partnership

Contact:

023 8079 8021 or Southampton City Council, Civic Centre, Southampton, SO14 7LY or via email to Traffic.Orders.Legal@southampton.gov.uk

Email: Traffic.Orders.Legal@southampton.gov.uk