Road Traffic Acts

The London Borough of HaringeyRoad Traffic Regulation Act 1984ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984-0.12742551.496856SW1P 3LNThe City of Westminster-0.12254851.578674N8 9JJ1999-03-191999-03-051999-03-11N200EJN89JJSW1P3LNThe London Borough of Barnet-0.17512851.629429N20 0EJRoad Traffic Act 1991TSO (The Stationery Office), St Crispins, Duke Street, Norwich, NR3 1PD, 01603 622211,

The Traffic Director for London


The Traffic Director for London, following a direction given to him by the Secretary of State under section 58(1) of the Road Traffic Act 1991, to implement a Trunk Road Local Plan, hereby gives notice that he made the above-named experimental Order under sections 9 and 10 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, on 5th March 1999. The Order comes into effect on 19th March 1999, and can remain in force for up to 18 months. 2. The general nature and effect of the Order will be as follows: (a) to introduce double red lines which will prohibit stopping by any vehicle at locations where stationary vehicles cause congestion or safety problems at any time; (b) to introduce single red line controls prohibiting stopping at any time during the working day at locations where stationary vehicles cause danger or congestion during busy periods. (c) to introduce areas marked on the carriageway and footway as “boxes”, where parking and loading/unloading activities can take place at various times and for various periods, at locations and times where stationary vehicles do not cause danger or congestion; and (d) exemptions to the new Red Route controls would be few but do allow for boarding and alighting from buses, taxis and disabled passengers from disabled persons’ vehicles. 3. The roads affected by the Order are the A1 Falloden Way, A1 Market Place, A1 Lyttelton Road and A1 Aylmer Road in the London Boroughs of Barnet and Haringey. 4. While the Order is in force the Traffic Director for London, or some person authorised by him, may modify or suspend the Order or any provisions in it if it appears essential to do so for certain purposes. 5. In due course, the Traffic Director for London will be considering whether or not the provisions of the Order should be continued in force indefinitely. Within the period of 6 months from the coming into force of the Order, or if the Order is subsequently varied by another Order or modified, from the coming into force of that variation or modification (whichever is the latest), any person may object to the making of an Order to continue indefinitely those provisions. Any such objection must be made in writing, giving the grounds on which it is made, and sent to the Traffic Director for London, College House, Great Peter Street, London SW1P 3LN, quoting Ref. A8.1.4.TO/484. Any objection may be communicated to other persons who may be affected. 6. A copy of the Order, a statement of the Traffic Director for London’s reasons for the proposals and for proceeding by way of experiment, a map indicating the location and effect of the Order and copies of any Order revoked, suspended or varied by the Order can be inspected during normal office hours at the offices of the Traffic Director for London, College House, Great Peter Street, London SW1P 3LN; London Borough of Barnet, Town Hall, The Burroughs, Hendon, London NW4 4BG, or Barnet House, 1255 High Road, Whetstone, London N20 0EJ; and London Borough of Haringey, Hornsey Town Hall, The Broadway, London N8 9JJ, or Alexandra House, 10 Station Road, London N22 4TR. 7. The documents will be available for inspection during the period within which objection can be made in accordance with paragraph 5 above. 8. Any person desiring to question the validity of the Order or of any provision contained in it on the grounds that it is not within the relevant powers or that any of the relevant requirements have not been complied with in relation to the Order, may, within 6 weeks of the date on which the Order was made, make application for the purpose to the High Court. D. Turner, Traffic Director for London 11th March 1999.