Consultation status: open until 20 June 2017
Following feedback received from the second consultation for No stopping at all times restrictions (broken yellow lines) on Herdman Street, AT has investigated installing additional restrictions on the corners of the Herdman-Daventry Street intersection, which people often park on and restrict the road width to one car.
The changes will improve the visibility for pedestrians crossing there, as well as the accessibility for motorists entering and exiting Daventry Street.
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Second proposal - closed 23 May 2017
Following feedback received from the initial consultation for No stopping at all times restrictions either side of the crossing on Herdman Street and after our investigation, we proposed installing an additional 36m of No stopping at all times markings on the north side of the T-intersection.
This would improve the visibility for those crossing by the playground/school and also road users travelling south-east.
Original proposal - closed 10 April 2017
We are seeking feedback on a proposal to install No stopping at all times restrictions (broken yellow lines) on Herdman Street in Waterview.
We propose to add broken yellow lines to both sides of the existing pedestrian crossing on Herdman Street, close to Waterview Primary School.
The changes were requested by the