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Quaking Bridge (Oxford) Proposed Structural Weight Limit

Ends: 08 Dec 2017

Oxfordshire County Council proposes to make the following changes on the grounds of preserving the weak bridge and for the safety of all road users:

  • to make permanent* the 7.5 tonne Weight Restriction:
    • Quaking Bridge over Castle Mill Stream between Tidmarsh Lane and St Thomas Street, Oxford.

* The restriction replaces the expired temporary traffic regulation order, and would force heavy vehicles to make full use of the alternative road network within the area.

Objections to the proposals and other representations, specifying the grounds on which they are made, may be sent in writing (quoting ref: CM/12.6.320) to the address below, via email or by completing the online questionnaire by 08 December 2017. The Council will consider objections and representations received in response and they may be disseminated widely for these purposes and made available to the public.

Any unresolved objections will be reported to the Council’s Cabinet meeting in early 2018. The papers for the meeting will be available on the County Council’s website about a week before the meeting.

Please read the information provided on this consultation. Your views and opinions matter. Please take the time to respond.

Consultation Summary

Consultation Summary
Name Quaking Bridge (Oxford) Proposed Structural Weight Limit
Description Oxfordshire County Council proposes to make permanent the 7.5 tonne weight restriction on Quaking Bridge over Castle Mill Stream between Tidmarsh Lane and St Thomas Street. This is being proposed in order to preserve the bridge and for safety of road users.
Dates From 9 Nov 2017 at 07:00 to 8 Dec 2017 at 23:59.
Status Open
Contact Name Christian Mauz
Contact Email Address christian.mauz@oxfordshire.gov.uk
Contact Phone Number 07392 318873
Contact Postal Address Oxfordshire County Council
County Hall
New Road
Oxford
OX1 1ND
Contact Details

Consultation Topic Economy & business , Roads & transport
Target Audience Oxfordshire residents, Councillors, Businesses
Geographical Area Oxford City