List of new set of Derby roads where traffic enforcement is planned

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The locations have been identified following analysis of historical complaints, among other things

Council bosses are looking to increase traffic enforcement across Derby.

Derby City Council is asking for people’s views on introducing enforcement on a new set of roads which could see motorists find themselves in trouble should they be caught breaching the rules.

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The council is exploring launching its second phase of a scheme known as Moving Traffic Enforcement at key locations across the city - and has identified a number of locations for enforcement trials which are now out for public consultation.

The proposed enforcement measures and locations include:

Stopping within yellow boxed markings

  • Osmaston Road, junction of Ascot Drive
  • Ascot Drive, junction of Thirsk Place
  • St Alkmund’s Way, junction of Cathedral Road

No left turn

  • Newdigate Street, junction of Balaclava Road

No right turn

  • King Street, junction with Queen Street
  • Manor Road, near Constable Lane
  • Uttoxeter Road with Chain Lane

No-entry

  • Chequers Road
  • Bramble Street
  • Albany Road
  • Carrington Street, junction Liversage Street
  • Castleward Boulevard, junction with Liversage Street
  • Carrington Street, junction with Trinity Street
  • Old Chester Road
  • Thirsk Place

One-way and no-entry

  • Larges Street

Pedestrian zone

  • Iron Gate

Mandatory cycle lanes

  • Citywide

School Safe Havens (where drivers are banned from using roads near schools during school-run times both in the morning and afternoon)

  • Hardwick Primary School
  • St Alban’s RC Academy School
  • Reigate Park Primary Academy School
  • Bishop Lonsdale C of E Primary School
  • St James’ School

The locations have been identified “following analysis of historical complaints, feedback from councillors and residents and through engagement with schools”, according to the council.

A public consultation on the plans has been launched on the council’s Let’s Talk Derby website - letstalk.derby.gov.uk.

The consultation expires at midnight on September 4.

An online meeting will take place on at 11.30am on August 31 - details can be found on the Let’s Talk Derby website.

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