The Parish Council has responded to the proposed Traffic Regulation Orders as set out below.
Please find details of the Parish Council’s response here: Response to Framwelgate Waterside TRO
If you wish to make any comments on the plans, please do so by 31st January 2020 to Steven.Muse@durham.gov.uk
Details of the proposed Traffic Regulation Orders
‘no waiting and no loading at any time’ (double yellows with kerb ticks) – to reduce obstructive parking and improve accessibility along the section of highway. (shown with Dark Blue Hatching)
‘Coach Drop off/ Pick up’ bays (white dashes with BUSES lettering) – to allow for coaches to drop off tourists to allow them easy walking access to the City.
‘Blue Badge Holder Only’ Bays (white dashes with DISABLED lettering) – to allow blue badge holders parking availability in this location. (shown with Light Blue Hatching)
‘Pay and Display and Permit Holders Only (Zone G) 8am-6pm – to give parking availability to road users to use the amenities. (shown with Black Hatching)
Non-Traffic Regulation Order Restrictions – Does not need a consultation process as statutory right to introduce, however your feedback would be gratefully received.
‘Bus Stop’ (yellow box and lettering) – For the Cathederal Bus service use only.
Engineering Construction Work (Coach Parking General Arrangement Plan)
Carriageway realignment and associated footway provision to accommodate a roundabout where Framwelgate Waterside meets Frankland Lane and Sidegate to improve general traffic manoeuvres and allow coaches to turn and access the proposed coach parking bay.
Footway provision in the area of the proposed Cathedral bus stop and coach parking bay to ensure safe and accessible pedestrian boarding and alighting areas.
Carriageway widenings to improve carriageway suitability for passing vehicles.