Road Traffic Acts

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984-0.12742551.496856SW1P 3LNThe City of Westminster-0.13747751.497663SW1E 6QP2000-08-271999-02-191999-02-282000-08-24SW1P3LNSW1E6QPTSO (The Stationery Office), St Crispins, Duke Street, Norwich, NR3 1PD, 01603 622211,

Transport for London


Transport for London, hereby gives notice that it made the above-named Order under section 6 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984.
The City of Westminster (Prescribed Routes) (No. 2) Experimental Traffic Order 1999 (“the experimental Order”) was made by the City of Westminster under section 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and came into force on 28th February 1999.
Notice of the making of the experimental Order was published on 19th February 1999. That notice contained a statement that consideration would be given in due course whether the provisions of the experimental Order should be continued in force indefinitely. Transport for London, as traffic authority for The A5 GLA Side Roads in Westminster has carefully considered whether or not those provisions should be continued indefinitely and insofar as they relate to GLA side roads has decided that they should be so continued.
Therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred on Transport for London by section 6 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, and in accordance with regulation 23 of the Local Authority Traffic Orders (Procedure) (England and Wales) Regulations 1996, Transport for London has made the A5 GLA Side Road (Prescribed Route) Traffic Order 2000 (“the permanent Order”). That Order will come into force on 27th August 2000, and the effect of that Order will be to continue in force indefinitely the provisions of the experimental Order which lie on the GLA side roads known as Bryanston Street and Stourcliffe Street.
The provisions contained in the City of Westminster experimental Order which affect roads other than GLA side roads will be covered in Transport for London’s The A5 GLA Road (Prescribed Route) Traffic Order 2000 and in the City of Westminster’s corresponding permanent Traffic Order. These Orders will be made in parallel with this Transport for London Order.
A copy of the permanent Order, a map indicating the location and effect of the Order and a copy of the experimental Order and any other Order revoked, suspended or varied by the permanent Order can be inspected during normal office hours at the offices of Transport for London, College House, Great Peter Street, London SW1P 3LN; and City of Westminster, City Hall, Victoria Street, London SW1E 6QP.
Any person desiring to question the validity of the permanent 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 that Order, may, within 6 weeks of the date on which that Order was made, make application for the purpose to the High Court.
P. Heather, Assistant Director Street Management
24th August 2000.