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Issued By: Andrew Darvill
Park Road, Teddington
Temporary one-way working and waiting restrictions - to introduce temporary one-way working and parking restrictions in a section of Park Road, Teddington, due to essential repairs to underground gas mains.
STREET NOTICE - TTMO-2012 NO. 3222
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14
TEMPORARY ONE-WAY WORKING AND WAITING RESTRICTIONS
PARK ROAD, TEDDINGTON
21 May to 6 July 2012
- The Council of the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames HEREBY GIVES NOTICE that to facilitate essential repairs to underground gas mains they are introducing temporary one-way working and temporary parking restrictions in a section of Park Road, Teddington.
- Whilst the works take place the section of Park Road from its junction with Queens Road northwards to its junction with Albert Road will be a one-way street for northbound traffic only. Parking along this section will be prohibited at all times.
- These restrictions have been in place since Monday 21 May and are anticipated to continue until Friday 6 July 2012.
- An alternative route for southbound traffic (towards Kingston) will be via Broad Street, Teddington, Queens Road, the east-west arm of Park Road, Sandy Lane and Church Grove, Hampton Wick. Southbound access along Park Road between Broad Street / High Street Teddington and Albert Road will be available for residents only.
- Queens Road is not recommended for heavy goods vehicles. An alternative route is via High Street, Teddington, Kingston Road, Upper Teddington Road and High Street, Hampton Wick. However, this is not suitable for high-sided vehicles as the headroom at the railway bridge at Hampton Wick station is 15 feet and 9 inches (4.8 metres).
- Nothing in the Order applies to:
(a) any vehicle being used in connection with the execution of the said works; or
(b) anything done with the permission or at the direction of a police officer in uniform or a traffic warden.
- These temporary restrictions were introduced by notice given under Section 14(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended and are being continued in force by order made under section 14(1) of the said Act. The order will remain in force until the works are complete, or for a period of 2 months, whichever is the shorter.
- The prohibitions will apply only during such time and to such extent as indicated by prescribed traffic signs.
- Any vehicle waiting in contravention of any restriction imposed by the Order may be removed under the provisions of the Removal and Disposal of Vehicles Regulations 1986.
Assistant Director, Traffic and Transport
Civic Centre, 44 York Street
Twickenham TW1 3BZ
Dated 25 May 2012