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Traffic Management Sub-Committee 2-NOV-2017

2 November 2017 at 6.30pm in the Council Chamber

Civic Offices, Bridge Street, Reading RG1 2LU

Committee Administrator(s)

Richard Woodford & Peter Driver. Contact committee services

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pdf icon Agenda [98kb]

Agenda

ITEMDESCRIPTIONWARDS AFFECTEDREPORT
1.

FORMER TRANSPORT USERS' FORUM - CONSULTATIVE ITEMS

(A) QUESTIONS submitted in accordance with the Panel's Terms of Reference

(B) PRESENTATION - HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE - POTHOLES AND WINTER

Members of the public attending the meeting will be invited to participate in discussion of the above items. All speaking should be through the Chair.

This section of the meeting will finish by 7.30 pm at the latest.

 

pdf icon Item 1A [27kb]

pdf icon Item 1B [5Mb]

2.MINUTES OF THE SUB-COMMITTEE'S MEETING HELD ON 13 SEPTEMBER 2017 pdf icon Item 2 [102kb]
3.DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST  
4.

QUESTIONS FROM COUNCILLORS

Questions submitted pursuant to Standing Order 36 in relation to matters falling within the Sub-Committee's Powers & Duties which have been submitted in writing and received by the Head of Legal & Democratic Services no later than four clear working days before the meeting.

 pdf icon Item 4 [16kb]
5.

PETITIONS

(A) PETITION FOR A PEDESTRIAN CROSSING AT THE JUNCTION OF BRIDGE STREET, CHURCH ROAD AND CHURCH STREET

To report to the Sub-Committee the receipt of a petition asking the Council for a pedestrian crossing at the junction of Bridge Street, Church Road and Church Street.

CAVERSHAMpdf icon Item 5A [27kb]
5.

(B) PETITION FOR A PEDESTRIAN CROSSING AT THE JUNCTION OF PROSPECT STREET/HENLEY ROAD/WESTFIELD ROAD

To report to the Sub-Committee the receipt of a petition asking the Council for a safer pedestrian crossing at the junction of Peppard Road, Prospect Street, Westfield Road and Henley Road Caversham.

CAVERSHAMpdf icon Item 5B [27kb]
5.

(C) OTHER PETITIONS

To receive any other petitions on traffic management matters submitted in accordance with the Sub-Committee's Terms of Reference.

 pdf icon Item 5C [28kb]
6.

PETITION UPDATE - NEW ENTRY RESTRICTION ON MINSTER STREET AND LACK OF ACCESS THROUGH BUS LANES FOR PRIVATE HIRE VEHICLES

A report providing the Sub-Committee with an update on the receipt of a petition against the new entry restrictions on the Minster Street bus lane and lack of access through bus lanes for private hire vehicles.

ABBEY

BOROUGHWIDE

pdf icon Item 6 [35kb]
7.

WAITING RESTRICTION REVIEW 2017A: HAMILTON ROAD

A report setting out proposals for waiting restrictions on Hamilton Road.

PARKpdf icon Item 7 [340kb]
8.

RESIDENT PERMIT PARKING - INFORMAL CONSULTATIONS

A report setting out recommendations for a standardized 'document pack' for informal consultations in areas where the Council received requests for resident prioritised parking and that officers conduct informal consultations over the winter, in the remaining top five prioritised areas.

BOROUGHWIDEpdf icon Item 8 [2Mb]
9.

HIGHMOOR ROAD JUNCTION WITH ALBERT ROAD - ROAD SAFETY UPDATE REPORT

A report asking the Sub-Committee to support the proposal to introduce priority junction markings (Give Way) on the Albert Road approach to the junction.

THAMESpdf icon Item 9 [36kb]
10.

CAVERSHAM CENTRE - ACHIEVING THE VISION

A report reminding the Sub-Committee of the collective views of CADRA, CTA and over 100 people that attended a meeting on 12 November 2013 and starting the process to delivering transport improvements now possible with developer funding.

CAVERSHAMpdf icon Item 10 [2Mb]
11.

RELOCATION OF PEDESTRIAN CROSSING ON A33 NEAR TO IMPERIAL WAY ROUNDABOUT

A report seeking approval from the Sub-Committee to carry out the statutory notice procedure on a proposal to relocate the A33 pedestrian crossing currently mid-point between Imperial Way and South Oak Way roundabouts closer to Imperial Way.

WHITLEYpdf icon Item 11 [23kb]
12.

HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE - POTHOLE REPAIR PLAN 2017/2018

A report to inform the Sub-Committee of the £97,000 share from the £70 Million Pothole Action Fund in 2017/18 which has been made available to Reading Borough Council for pothole repairs in the current Financial Year, following the announcement in the Government's Autumn Statement 2015, and seeking approval for a Pothole Repair Plan to deliver improvements to the condition of roads within the Borough.

BOROUGHWIDEpdf icon Item 12 [36kb]
13.

MAJOR TRANSPORT AND HIGHWAYS PROJECTS - UPDATE

A report providing the Sub-Committee with an update on the current major transport and highways projects in Reading.

BOROUGHWIDEpdf icon Item 13 [180kb]
14.

CYCLE FORUM - MEETING NOTE

A report to inform the Sub-Committee on the discussions and actions from the Cycle Forum held in October 2017.

BOROUGHWIDEpdf icon Item 14 [39kb]
15.

LOCAL CYCLING & WALKING INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN

A report informing the Sub-Committee of the outcome of an expression of interest submitted to the Department for Transport for technical support to develop a long term strategy for cycling and walking.

BOROUGHWIDEpdf icon Item 15 [38kb]
 

The following motion will be moved by the Chair:

 

"That, pursuant to Section 100A of the Local Government Act 1972 (as amended) members of the press and public be excluded during consideration of the following item on the agenda, as it is likely that there would be disclosure of exempt information as defined in the relevant Paragraphs of Part 1 of Schedule 12A of that Act"

  
16.

APPLICATIONS FOR DISCRETIONARY PARKING PERMITS
To consider appeals against the refusal of applications for the issue of discretionary parking permits.

  

 

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