What is a Point No Entry and how will it operate?
What is the purpose of the Point No Entry on Stonard Road?
Where is the Point No Entry located?
When will the Point No Entry be introduced?
How long is the trial, when will it end and when will a decision be made?
What is the situation with the double yellow lines?
Double yellow lines will be introduced at the Stonard Road
and Avondale Road junction to prevent parking at the junction itself, which can
reduce visibility for all road users. If the Point No Entry is not made
permanent, then the length of these double yellow lines could be reduced
slightly – a diagram showing the reduction is here.
How will the Council decide whether to make the Point No Entry permanent?
The Council will monitor traffic data and feedback from the public during the trial, before any decision is made to make the changes permanent, or not.
How will the Point No Entry be enforced?
Who is paying for this trial?
How do I provide feedback?
What if I change my mind throughout the trial after providing feedback?
What is an Experimental Traffic Order (ETO)?
What is the Quieter Neighbourhoods scheme?