It is proposed to  –

(a) introduce no waiting at any time restrictions (double yellow lines) on a section of Alexandra Road, St Gabriel’s Avenue, Cartington Terrace, Simonside Terrace, Rothbury Terrace and sections of Heaton Road,

(b) amend lengths of existing no waiting at any time restriction (double yellow lines) on Burlington Gardens, Rothbury Terrace and Jesmond Vale Lane,

(c) extend the length of Heaton Road which is subject to a 20mph speed limit,

(d) introduce a puffin pedestrian crossing on Heaton Road, and

(e) construct a raised table (road hump) on Alexandra Road, Simonside Terrace, Burlington Gardens and Jesmond Vale Lane.

If you wish to comment on the proposals please complete a Lets Talk survey which can be found through the link below.  If you wish to object to the proposals please also email traffic.notices@newcastle.gov.uk setting out the grounds for your objection.

http://www.letstalknewcastle.co.uk/surveys/info/760

You will also find the details contained in the Notice, supporting documents, a plan, draft orders and the reasons for the proposals on the Lets Talk page too.

End date: 20 October 2020

One thought on “Heaton Road Area – Proposed Waiting Restrictions, Speed Limit, Pedestrian Crossing and Road Humps

  1. What happens with disabled bays?
    And if I live on Heaton Road and so have to park on one of the neighbouring streets and I have been out for perhaps a meal in the evening, then I would feel quite wary of parking up and then walking home several hundred meters at maybe 11pm.
    Is there information on numbers of cyclists using Heaton Road? There really don’t seem to be many.

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