Cabinet Member for Transport to authorise the making of the Cycle Track Order. If there are any objections to the Order, these would then be resolved if possible by the Area Highway Managers in consultation with the Cabinet Member for Transport, and if necessary, any unresolved objections would be submitted by the Area Highway Managers to the Secretary of State for determining whether the Order can be confirmed or a Local Inquiry is required.
Decision type: Key
Decision status: For Determination
Notice of proposed decision first published: 11/06/2020
Decision due: 6 Jul 2020 by Cabinet Member for Highways Decisions
Lead member: Cabinet Member for Highways
Lead director: Executive Director Environment, Transport & Infrastructure
Contact: Paul Millin Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 020 8541 9365.
Prior to decision by the Cabinet Member for Transport, the Elmbridge Local Committee and Runnymede Joint Committee (the areas that the Cycle Track Order covers) will have been consulted for comment. These comments will be provided to the Cabinet Member for Transport.
The Cycle Track Regulations 1984 set out a formal process for making Cycle Track Orders which includes consultation with external stakeholders. Therefore, once authorised by the Cabinet Member for Transport, consultation will be carried out as set out in the Cycle Track Regulations as part of making the Order.