Agenda item - Traffic Network Management Strategy
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Traffic Network Management Strategy
- Meeting of Environment, Transport & Sustainability Committee, Tuesday, 13th October, 2015 4.00pm (Item 28.)
- View the background to item 28.
Report of the Acting Executive Director of Environment, Development & Housing (copy attached).
1) That a city wide ‘Traffic’ Network Management Strategy be developed.
28.1 The Committee considered a report of the Acting Executive Director, Environment, Development & Housing that sought approval for a Traffic Network Management Strategy for the city.
28.2 Councillor Barradell stated that she welcomed the report and had been surprised that such a strategy had not already been adopted by the council. Councillor Barradell added the report was a crucial piece of work that she hoped worked well and promoted sustainable transport.
28.3 Councillor West stated his support for the proposals adding that more focus was required on pedestrians and public realm in section 3.4 of the report.
28.4 Councillor Atkinson welcomed the report and thanked officers for their thorough work on the matter. Councillor Atkinson added that the strategy would provide vital joined up thinking in network operations.
28.5 RESOLVED- That a city wide ‘Traffic’ Network Management Strategy be developed.