THE CITY OF CAMBRIDGE AREA G (CONSOLIDATION) ORDER 1993

As amended by:

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No.1) Order 1994

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No.2) Order 1994

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No.3) Order 1995

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No.4) Order 1995

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No.5) Order 1995

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No.6) Order 1995

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No.8) Order 1996

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No.7) Order 1996

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No.9) Order 1997

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No.10) Order 1997

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No.11) Order 1997

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No.12) Order 1997

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No.13) Order 1998

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No.14) Order 1998

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No.15) Order 1998

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No.17) Order 1998

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No.16) Order 1998

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No.18) Order 1998

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No.19) Order 1999

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No.20) Order 2000

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No.21) Order 2000

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No. 22A) Order 2000

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No. 22) Order 2000

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No.24) Order 2001

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No.23) Order 2000

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No. 25A) Order 2001

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No. 27) Order 2002

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No. 28) Order 2002

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No. 30) Order 2002

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No.31A) Order 2003

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No.29) Order 2003

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No. 32) Order 2003

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No. 33) Order 2004

The City of Cambridge (Permitted Parking and Special Parking Area)(Waiting Restrictions and Street Parking Places)(Consolidation) Order 2004

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No. 34) Order 2008

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No. 35A) Order 2010

The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993 (Amendment No. 36) Order 2011

Cambridgeshire County Council (Various Streets, Cambridge) (Bus Lanes) Order 2014

Cambridge City Council ("the Council") in pursuance of arrangements made under Section 101 of the Local Government Act 1972 with Cambridgeshire County Council in exercise of the powers of the said County Council under Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 19, 32, 35, 45, 46, 46, 63, 64 and Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 ("the Act of 1984") and of all other enabling powers and after consultation with the Chief Officer of Police in accordance with Part III of Schedule 9 to the Act of 1984 hereby make the following Order :

SECTION 1
GENERAL

COMMENCEMENT AND CITATION

1 This Order shall come into operation for all purposes on the 17th day of January 1994 and may be cited as The City of Cambridge Area G (Consolidation) Order 1993.

INTERPRETATION

2(1) In this Order, except where the context otherwise requires, the following expressions have the meaning as hereby respectively assigned to them:

"boxed area" means any area of the carriageways of the roads specified in Schedule 20 to this Order being areas at or near the junctions specified in the said Schedule 20 and marked by the appropriate traffic sign;

"bus/cycle lane" means an area of a carriageway which is bounded by the kerbline thereof and a longitudinal white line placed on the carriageway 3 metres from the said kerbline in compliance with diagram 1049 of the Traffic Sign Regulations and General Directions 1981;.

"bus/cycle lane" means an area of carriageway which is bounded by the kerbline thereof and a longitudinal white line placed on the carriageway not less than 3 metres and not greater than 4 metres from the said kerbline in compliance with diagram 1049 of the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 1994

"bus stop" means an area on a highway which is bounded by a marking shown in diagram 1025 in Schedule 2 of the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 1981;

"business proprietor" means:

(i) the proprietor of a business, school or shop, or an employee nominated by the proprietor without any off-street parking places attached thereto the postal address of which is in the streets or parts of streets described in Parts 5,6,7,8,9 and 10(4) of Schedule 12 to this Order; or

(ii) the proprietor of a school or an employee nominated by the proprietor' without any off-street parking places attached thereto the postal address of which is in the streets or parts of streets described in Part 1 of Schedule 11 to this Order;

except for those streets or parts of streets described in Part 11 of Schedule 12 to this Order

"conference" means a meeting of persons of one day or longer in duration taking place within premises owned or occupied by a college;

"conference permit" means a permit issued under the provisions of Article 164 of this Order;

"conference permit holder" means a person to whom a conference permit has been issued;

"college" means an educational establishment as specified in Part 1 of Schedule 26 to this Order;

"cycle lane" means the area of carriageway bounded by the kerb line of a road and by a longitudinal white line 150mm wide in compliance with diagram 1049 of the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 1981 and placed on the said carriageway 1.5 metres from the said kerb line;

"disabled person's badge" and "disabled person's vehicle" have the same meanings as stated in Section 2 of The Local Authorities' Traffic Orders (Exemptions for Disabled Persons) (England & Wales) Regulations 1986;

"disabled person's parkingi place" means an area of a highway designated as a parking place for disabled person's vehicles by Article 106 of this Order;

"doctor parking place" means an area of a highway designated as a parking place by Article 57 of this Order for the leaving of a vehicle by a legally qualified medical practitioner;

"driver" means, in relation to a vehicle waiting in a parking place, the person driving the vehicle at the time it was left in the parking place;

"goods" includes postal packets of any description; and "delivering" and "collecting" in relation to any goods includes checking the goods for the purpose of their delivery or collection;

"goods vehicle" means a motor vehicle which is constructed or adapted for use for the carriage of goods or burden of any description, and is not drawing a trailer;

"hackney carriage" means a vehicle as defined in Section 38 of the Vehicles (Excise) Act 1971 and duly licensed by the Council pursuant to its powers under Section 37 of the Town Police Clauses Act 1857 as amended by Section 16 of the Transport Act 1985;

"invalid carriage" has the same meaning as defined in Section 136(5) of the Act of 1984;

"legally qualified medical practitioner" has the same meaning as in Schedule 6 paragraph 11 of the Medical Act 1983

"licensed hire car" has the same meaning as defined in the Transport Act 1985

"loading bay" means a parking place designated as a loading bay by Article 113 of this Order;

"local service" has the meaning given in section 2 of the Transport Act 1985 (as amended);

"motor cycle" means a bicycle propelled by mechanical power with or without a sidecar attached thereto;

"motor cycle parking place" means a part of a road designated for use by Article 45 of this Order as a parking place for bicycles propelled by mechanical power and not having a sidecar attached thereto;

"motor vehicle" has the same meaning as stated in Sections 136(1) and 140 of the Act of 1984;

"Newton Road bus layover permit" means a permit issued by and at the discretion of and under the terms and conditions laid down by the Director of Environment and Transport of Cambridgeshire County Council to any local bus operator operating local scheduled services for the purposes of waiting in the public service vehicle parking places specified in Part 3 of Schedule 15

“offset cycle lane” means any area of carriageway which is comprised within and bounded on either side by a road marking complying with Diagram 1049 of the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2002 lawfully in place;

"one way street" means a highway in which vehicles are prohibited at all times from proceeding in any other than one direction;

"owner" means, in relation to the vehicle, the person by whom the vehicle is kept and used;

"parking bay" means a space in a parking place which is provided for the leaving of a vehicle as indicated by the use of appropriate traffic signs;

"parking meter" means an apparatus of a type and design approved by the Secretary of State for the purpose of this Order being apparatus designed to indicate:

(a) whether the initial charge referred to in Article 7 of this Order has been paid and whether the period for which it has been paid has elapsed, or

(b) whether the period referred to in Article 9 of this Order has elapsed

"parking place" means an area on a highway designated as a parking place by Article 3 of this Order;

"parking place without charge" means an area on a highway designated as a parking place by Article 155 of this Order;

"parking space" means a space in a parking place which is provided for the leaving of a vehicle;

"passenger vehicle" means any motor vehicle adapted for the carrying of passengers not being a public service vehicle;

"pedal cycle" means a bicycle not being a mechanically propelled vehicle and excludes a pedal tricycle;

"pedal cycle parking place" means a part of a road designated by Article 74 of this Order;

"permit" means a permit issued under the provisions of Articles 70(3)(a), 88(4)(a),88(5),142(e) of this Order;

"permit holders" means a person to whom a permit has been issued under the provisions of Articles 70(3)(a), 88(4)(a), 88(5), 142(e) of this Order ;

"permitted hours" means the period between 9.00am and 5.00pm on Monday to Saturday inclusive, any such day not being Christmas Day, Good Friday or a Bank Holiday being a public holiday;

"private hire car" means a vehicle being a motor vehicle constructed or adapted to carry fewer than 8 passengers other than a hackney carriage and duly licensed pursuant to Section 48 of the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1976;

"prohibited hours" means in relation to any prohibited road specified in all Parts of Schedule 3 to this Order, the periods which are specified in the said schedules;

"prohibited road" means any road or part of a road specified in all Parts of Schedule 3 to this Order provided that the expression "prohibited road" shall not for the purposes of Article 28, 29 or 30 of this Order include any parking place;

"public service vehicle" means a vehicle adapted to carry 8 or more passengers used in the provision of a public service not being a hackney carriage or a private hire car;

"public service vehicle" has the meaning given in section 1 of the Public Passenger Vehicles Act 1981(b) (as amended);

"public service vehicle parking place" means a parking place designated for public service vehicles by Article 119 of this Order;

"relevant position" means

(i) in the case of a vehicle fitted with a front windscreen, the permit is exhibited thereon either on the near side of and immediately behind the windscreen and with its front facing forward so as to be legible from the outside of the vehicle, or on the dashboard or fascia panel so that the permit is legible from outside the vehicle:

(ii) in the case of a vehicle not fitted with a front windscreen, dashboard or fascia panel, the permit is exhibited in a conspicuous position on the vehicle so that the permit is legible from outside the vehicle

"resident" means

(i) a person whose usual place of abode is at premises the postal address of which is in the streets or part of streets described in all Parts of Schedule 12 to this Order;

(ii) a person who is not an undergraduate of the University of Cambridge and whose usual place of abode is at premises without any off-street parking places attached thereto, the postal address of which is in the streets or parts of streets described in Part 10(3) of Schedule 12 to this Order;

"resident parking place" means an area of a highway designated as a parking place for residents by Article 85 of this Order;

"restricted hours" means in relation to any restricted road specified in all Parts of Schedule 2 to this Order, the periods which are specified in the said schedules;

"restricted road" means any road or part of a road specified in all Parts of Schedule 2 to this Order provided that the expression "restricted road" shall not for the purposes of Article 28, 29 or 30 of this Order include any parking place;

"Samaritan parking place" means an area of an highway designated by Article 58 of this Order for the leaving of a vehicle by an employee of the Samaritans;

"scheduled service" means a service operated to a schedule drawn up from time to time by the County of Cambridgeshire in consultation with the operators of Public Service Vehicles for the operation of local services as defined in Section 2 of the Transport Act 1985;

"school bus" means a vehicle which is constructed or adapted to carry 8 or more passengers and is being used to carry persons to and from school as defined by Section 114(1) of the Education Act 1944;

"telegraphic line" has the same meaning as in the Telecommunications Act 1984;

"ticket machine" means an apparatus of a type and design approved by the Secretary of State for the purpose of this Order being apparatus designed to indicate the time by a clock and to issue numbered tickets indicating payment of a charge, the period in respect of which it has been paid, the day of issue and the time of departure at which the vehicle must leave the parking place;

"traffic sign" means a sign or marking of any size, colour and type prescribed or authorised under, or having effect as though prescribed or authorised under, the Traffic Sign Regulation and General Directions 1981 and all amendments thereto;

"traffic warden" means a traffic warden employed by a police authority in pursuance of Section 95 of the Act of 1984;

"works bus" means a vehicle which is constructed or adapted to carry 8 or more passengers and which has been provided by an employer for the purpose of carrying persons to and from their place of employment and is being used for such a purpose;

2(2) For the purposes of this Order a vehicle shall be deemed to wait for a period of more than thirty minutes in the same place in any restricted road if any point in that road is below the vehicle or its load (if any) throughout a period exceeding thirty minutes, whether or not the vehicle is moved during that period.

2(3) Any reference in this Order to any enactment shall be construed as a reference to that enactment as amended by any subsequent enactment.

2(4) The Interpretation Act 1978 shall apply for the interpretation of this Order as it applies for the interpretation of an Act of Parliament, and as if for the purposes of Section 17 of that Act this Order were an Act of Parliament and the Orders revoked by Article 56 of this Order were Acts of Parliament thereby repealed.

2(5) The restrictions, prohibitions and requirements imposed by this Order are in addition to and not in derogation of any restriction, prohibition or requirement imposed by any other enactment and any exception or exemption to the provisions of this Order is without prejudice to the provisions of any other enactment.

SECTION 2 (Articles 3 to 27 ) — Not applicable to this area.

SECTION 2
PARKING PLACES WITH TICKET MACHINES

DESIGNATION OF PARKING PLACES

3 Each area on a highway in the City of Cambridge which is described as a designated parking place in Parts, 3, 4, 7, 8, 12, 13, 15 and 16 of Schedule 1 to this Order is designated as a parking place with ticket machines.

NUMBER, MARKING AND SITUATION OF PARKING PLACES

4 The limits of each parking place and the limits of any parking bay shall be indicated by the Council on the carriageway by appropriate traffic signs. Provided that where a figure is specified in column 3 of Parts 3, 4, 7, 8, 12, 13, 15, and 16 of Schedule 1 to this Order in relation to the parking place described in column 2 of the said Parts of the said Schedule there shall at all times be a part or parts of the said area of a total length in metres not less than that figure and of a width equal to the width of the said area in which there shall be no parking bay or place or part of a parking bay or place.

VEHICLES FOR WHICH PARKING PLACES ARE DESIGNATED

5 Each parking place may be used, subject to the provisions of this Order, for the leaving during the permitted hours of such vehicles as are passenger vehicles, goods vehicles, motorcycles or disabled person's vehicles.

AMOUNT AND METHOD OF PAYMENT OF INITIAL CHARGES AT PARKING PLACES

6 The initial charge for a vehicle left in a parking place during the permitted hours shall, subject as hereinafter provided, be:

6(a) for those parking places with ticket machines specified in Part 1 of Schedule 1 to this Order seventy-five pence for an initial period of thirty minutes plus seventy-five pence for each subsequent period of thirty minutes up to a maximum of one hour

6(b) for those parking places with ticket machines specified in Parts 3 and 4 of Schedule 1 to this Order thirty pence for an initial period of fifteen minutes plus thirty pence for each subsequent period of fifteen minutes up to a maximum of two hours

6(c) for those parking places with ticket machines specified in Part 7 of Schedule 1 to this Order ten pence for an initial period of fifteen minutes plus ten pence for each subsequent period of fifteen minutes up to a maximum of two hours.

6(d) for those parking places with ticket machines specified in Part 13 of Schedule 1 to this Order ten pence for an initial period of fifteen minutes plus ten pence for each subsequent period of fifteen minutes up to a maximum of one hour.

6(e) for those parking places with ticket machines specified in Part 8 of Schedule 1 to this Order ten pence for an initial period of fifteen minutes plus ten pence for each subsequent period of fifteen minutes up to a maximum of four hours.

6(f) for those parking places with ticket machines specified in Part 12 of Schedule 1 to this Order thirty pence for an initial period of fifteen minutes plus thirty pence for each subsequent period of fifteen minutes up to a maximum of one hour

6(g) for those parking places with ticket machines specified in Part 15 of Schedule 1 to this Order ten pence for an initial period of fifteen minutes plus ten pence for each subsequent period of fifteen minutes up to a maximum of eight hours.

6(h) for those parking places with ticket machines specified in Part 16 of Schedule 1 to this Order five pence for an initial period of fifteen minutes plus five pence for each subsequent period of fifteen minutes up to a maximum of thirty minutes.

DISPLAY OF TICKET AT PARKING PLACES WITH TICKET MACHINES

7(1) Upon payment of the charge for a vehicle the driver thereof shall exhibit on the vehicle, in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs (2) and (3) of this Article, a ticket issued by the ticket machine relating to the parking place in which the vehicle is left.

7(2) The ticket referred to in paragraph (1) of this Article shall be exhibited on the vehicle:

7(2)(a) in the case of a two-wheeled motor cycle having a side car attached thereto in a conspicuous position on the near side of the vehicle in front of the driving seat; and

7(2)(b) in the case of any other vehicle:

7(2)(c)(i) where the vehicle is fitted with a front glass windscreen extending across the vehicle to the near side, facing forwards on the near side of the glass of such windscreen behind the glass;

7(2)(c)(ii) where the vehicle is not fitted with a front glass windscreen as specified in (i) above, on the near side of the vehicle facing towards the near side of the road and not less than 0.75 metres and not more than 2 metres above the surface of the carriageway in the immediate vicinity

7(3) The ticket referred to in paragraph (1) of this Article shall be so exhibited on the vehicle that the time of departure shown on the front of the said ticket is clearly visible to a person standing at the near side of the vehicle.

AMOUNT OF EXCESS CHARGE AT PARKING PLACES

8(1) If a vehicle is left in a parking place specified in all Parts of Schedule 1 to this Order during the permitted hours for longer than the initial period for which payment was made by the initial charge, the initial charge together with an additional amount of twenty pounds (which additional amount is hereinafter referred to as the "excess charge") shall be payable.

8(2) In the case of vehicle in respect of which an excess charge may have been incurred, it shall be the duty of a traffic warden to attach to the vehicle in a conspicuous position a notice which shall include the following particulars:-

8(2)(a) the registration mark of the vehicle or, where the vehicle is being used under a trade licence, the number of the trade plate carried by the vehicle;

8(2)(b) the time at which he or she first noticed that the numbered ticket indicated in the manner specified in Article 13 of this Order that the initial period, for which payment was made by the initial charge, had expired;

8(2)(c) a statement showing the amount of excess charge required to be paid;

8(2)(d) the manner in which, and the time within which, the excess charge should be paid; and

8(2)(e) a statement that it is an offence under Section 47 of the Act of 1984 for the driver of a vehicle who has left the vehicle in a parking place to fail duly to pay the excess charge.

PERIOD FOR WHICH VEHICLES MAY BE LEFT AFTER EXCESS CHARGE INCURRED

9 The period for which a vehicle may be left in a parking place during the permitted hours after the excess charge has been incurred shall not exceed two hours.

RESTRICTION ON REMOVAL OF NOTICES

10 10 Where a notice has been attached to a vehicle in accordance with the provisions of Article 8(2) of this Order, no person, not being the driver of the vehicle, a police constable in uniform, or a traffic warden, shall remove the notice from the vehicle unless authorised to do so by the driver.

MANNER OF PAYMENT OF EXCESS CHARGE

11 The excess charge shall be paid to the Council either by cheque, bankers' draft, money order or postal order which shall be delivered or sent by post so as to reach the City Finance Department (or its successor) of the Council not later than 4.00 pm on the seventh day following the day on which the excess charge was incurred or in cash in person at the said Department not later than as aforesaid, provided that, if the said seventh day falls upon a day on which the said Department is closed, the period with in which payment of the said charge shall be made to the Council shall be extended until 4.00 pm on the next full day on which the said Department is open.

TICKET MACHINES TO BE INSTALLED AT PARKING PLACES

12 There shall be a ticket machine on or in the vicinity of each parking place specified in Parts 3, 4, 7, 8, 12, 13, 15,and 16 of Schedule 1 to this Order.

INDICATIONS BY TICKETS ISSUED BY TICKET MACHINES

13 For those parking places with ticket machines specified in Parts 3, 4, 7, 8, 12, 13, 15, and 16 of Schedule 1 to this Order:

13(a) the payment of the initial charge for a vehicle left in a parking place shall be indicated by the issue by the ticket machine relating to the parking place in which the vehicle is left of a numbered ticket indicating that the charge has been paid and the day of issue and time of departure being the time at which the vehicle must leave the parking place and by exhibition of that ticket on the vehicle in the manner specified in Article 7

13(b) the expiry of the initial period for which the charge has been paid shall be indicated when there is exhibited on the vehicle a ticket issued by the ticket machine relating to the parking place in which the vehicle is left showing the day of issue, payment of the charge and time of departure, and the time shown on the clock on the said ticket machine is later than the time of departure shown on the said exhibited ticket.

INDICATIONS AS EVIDENCE

14 For those parking places with ticket machines specified in Parts 3, 4, 7, 8, 12, 13, 15 and 16 of Schedule 1 to this Order:

14(a) if at any time while a vehicle is left in a parking place during the permitted hours no ticket is exhibited on that vehicle in accordance with the provisions of Article 13(a), unless the provisions of Article 25 apply, it shall be presumed unless the contrary is proved that the charge has not been duly paid and the initial charge together with the excess charge shall be payable;

14(b) if at any time while a vehicle is left in a parking place during the permitted hours the clock on the ticket machine relating to the parking place in which the vehicle is left and the ticket exhibited on the vehicle gives the indication mentioned in Article 13(b) it shall be presumed unless the contrary is proved that the charge has been duly paid and that the period for which payment was made by the charge has already expired and that indication shall:

14(b)(i) in any proceedings for an offence of Section 47 of the Act of 1984 of leaving a vehicle in the parking place for longer after the excess charge has been incurred than the time authorised by Article 9 of this Order be evidence that it was so left;

14(b)(ii) in any proceedings for an offence under Section 47 of the Act of 1984 of failing duly to pay the excess charge be evidence that the charge was incurred

NO ADDITIONAL COINS TO BE INSERTED AFTER PAYMENT OF INITIAL CHARGES

15 No person shall insert in the ticket machine relating to the parking place in which a vehicle is left any coins additional to the coin or coins inserted by way of payment of the initial charge in respect of vehicle.

INTERVAL BEFORE A VEHICLE MAY AGAIN BE LEFT

16 No vehicle which has been taken away from a parking place, after the initial charge has been incurred, shall until the expiration of one hour from the time it was taken away again be left in that parking place during the permitted hours.

MANNER OF STANDING IN PARKING PLACES

17 Every vehicle left in a parking place in respect of which a charge has been incurred shall so stand that:

17(a) in the case of a parking place in relation to which special provisions as to the manner of standing of vehicles in that place are specified in column 2 of Schedule 1 to this Order, as to be in accordance with those provisions; or

17(b) in the case of any other parking place:

17(b)(i) if the parking place is not in a one-way street, so that the left or near side of the vehicle is adjacent to the left-hand edge of the carriageway; or

17(b)(ii) if the parking place is in a one-way street, so that the left or near side of the vehicle is adjacent to the left-hand edge of the carriageway or the right or off side of the vehicle is adjacent to the right-hand edge of the carriageway; and

17(b)(iii) so that the distance between the edge of the carriageway and the nearest wheel of the vehicle is not more than twelve inches; and

17(c) in the case of each parking place with ticket machines every part of the vehicle is within the limits of the said parking place being the appropriate parking place to the ticket machine in which has been or should have been inserted any coin or coins for the purpose of payment of the initial charge.

ALTERATION OF POSITION OF VEHICLE IN PARKING PLACES

18 Where any vehicle is standing in a parking place in contravention of the provisions of the last preceding Article or of the provisions of Article 25(3) of this Order a traffic warden or a police constable in uniform may alter or cause to be altered the position of the vehicle in order its position shall comply with those provisions.

REMOVAL OF VEHICLE FROM PARKING PLACES

19 Where a traffic warden or a police constable in uniform is of the opinion that any of the provisions contained in Article 4, 9, 15, 16 or 23(2) of this Order have been contravened or not complied with in respect of a vehicle left in a parking place, he or she may remove or cause to be removed the vehicle from the parking place, and where it is so removed, shall provide for the safe custody of the vehicle.

MOVEMENT OF VEHICLES IN PARKING PLACES IN EMERGENCIES

20 20 A police constable in uniform or a traffic warden may move or cause to be moved, in case of emergency, to any place he or she thinks fit, any vehicle left in a parking place.

POWER TO SUSPEND USE OF PARKING PLACES

21(1) Any person duly authorised by the Council or Chief Officer of Police may suspend the use of a parking place or any part thereof whenever it is considered such suspension is reasonably necessary:

21(1)(a) for the purpose of facilitating the movement of traffic or promoting its safety;

21(1)(b) for the purpose of any building operation, demolition or excavation in or adjacent to the parking place or the maintenance, improvement or reconstruction of the parking place or the laying, erection, alteration, removal or repair in or adjacent to the parking place of any sewer or of any main, pipe or apparatus for the supply of gas, water or electricity or of any telegraphic line, traffic sign, parking meter or ticket machine.

21(1)(c) for the convenience of occupiers of premises adjacent to the parking place on any occasion of the removal of furniture from one office or dwelling house to another or the removal of furniture from such premises to a depository or to such premises from a depository;

21(1)(d) on any occasion on which it is likely by reason of some special attraction that any street will be thronged or obstructed; or

21(1)(e) for the convenience of occupiers of premises adjacent to the parking place at times of weddings or funerals, or on other special occasions.

21(2) A police constable in uniform may suspend for not longer than twenty-four hours the use of a parking place or any part thereof whenever he or she considers such suspension reasonably necessary for the purpose of facilitating the movement of traffic or promoting its safety.

21(3) Any person suspending the use of a parking place or any part thereof in accordance with the provisions of paragraph (1) or paragraph (2) of this Article shall thereupon:

21(3)(i) where the use of all parking spaces within a parking place relating to a ticket machine have been suspended, place or cause to be placed over the ticket machine relating to those parking spaces a hood or other cover indicating that the use of the parking place is suspended and that waiting by vehicles is prohibited; and

21(3)(ii) when the use of any part or parts of a parking place has been suspended, place or cause to be placed in or adjacent to that part or those parts a traffic sign or traffic signs indicating that waiting is prohibited.

21(4) On suspension of the use of a parking place or any part thereof in accordance with the provisions of paragraph (1) of this Article any person duly authorised by the Council may temporarily remove any ticket machine relating to the said parking place or, as the case may be, that part thereof and any post, bracket or other support on which such ticket machine is fitted and shall thereupon place or cause to be placed in or adjacent to that parking bay a traffic sign giving the indication referred to in paragraph (3) of this Article.

21(5) No person shall cause or permit a vehicle to be left:

21(5)(a) in a parking place during such period as there is over the ticket machine relating to that parking place a hood or other cover indicating that the use of the bay is suspended or during such period as there is in or adjacent to that bay a traffic sign placed in pursuance of paragraph (4) of this Article;

21(5)(b) in any part of a parking place not being a parking bay during such period as there is in or adjacent to that part of the parking place a traffic sign placed in pursuance of paragraph (3)(i) and (3)(ii) of this Article, or in any part of the parking place during such period as there is in or adjacent to that part of the parking place a traffic sign placed in pursuance of paragraph (3)(i) and (3)(ii) or (4) of this Article. Provided that nothing in this paragraph shall render it unlawful to cause or permit any vehicle being used for fire brigade, ambulance or police purposes or any vehicle being used for any purpose specified in Article 23(1)(b), (d) or (e) of this Order to be left in the parking bay, parking place, or part thereof during such periods referred to in this paragraph, or to any- other vehicle so left if that vehicle is left with the permission:

21(5)(b)(i) of the person suspending the use of the parking place or the part thereof in pursuance of paragraph (1) of this Article; or

21(5)(b)(ii) of a police constable in uniform; or

21(5)(b)(iii) of a traffic warden.

RESTRICTION OF USE OF VEHICLES AT PARKING PLACES

22 No person shall use any vehicle, while it is in a parking place in connection with the sale of any article to any person in or near the parking place or in connection with the selling or offering for sale of his or her skill in handicraft or his or her services in any other capacity. Provided that nothing in this Article shall prevent the sale of goods from a vehicle:

22(a) if the vehicle is one which may be left in a parking place in accordance with Article 3 of this Order and the goods are immediately delivered at or taken into premises adjacent to the parking place in which the vehicle is left and from which the sale is affected; or

22(b) if the vehicle is one to which the provisions of Article 23(1)(h) or (j) of this Order apply.

RESTRICTION OF WAITING OF VEHICLES IN PARKING PLACES

23(1) Without prejudice to the foregoing provisions of this Order with respect to vehicles left in a parking place in accordance with those provisions, any vehicle may wait during the permitted hours anywhere on the carriageway in a parking place, other than a parking place or part of a parking place the use of which has been suspended, if:

23(1)(a) the vehicle is waiting only for so long as is necessary to enable a person to board or alight from the vehicle;

23(1)(b) the vehicle is waiting owing to the driver being prevented from proceeding by circumstances beyond his control or such waiting being necessary in order to avoid accident;

23(1)(c) the vehicle is a vehicle used for fire brigade purposes or an ambulance, or a vehicle (other than a passenger vehicle) in the service of a local authority or a vehicle in the service of a police force in either case being used in pursuance of statutory powers or duties;

23(1)(d) the vehicle is waiting only for so long as maybe necessary to enable it to be used in connection with the removal of any obstruction to traffic;

23(1)(e) the vehicle is in the service of or employed by the Post Office and is waiting while postal packets addressed to premises adjacent to the parking place in which the vehicle is waiting are being unloaded from the vehicle, or, having been unloaded therefrom, are being delivered or while postal packets are being collected from premises or posting boxes adjacent to the parking place in which the vehicle is waiting, or is in use in connection with the servicing of telephone kiosks adjacent to the parking place;

23(1)(f) the vehicle not being a passenger vehicle is waiting only for so long as may be reasonably necessary to enable it to be used for any purpose specified in Article 21(1)(b) of this Order;

23(1)(g) the vehicle not being a passenger vehicle is in actual use in connection with the removal of furniture from one office or dwellinghouse to another or the removal of furniture from such premises to a depository or to such premises from a depository;

23(1)(h) the vehicle is waiting other than in a parking space within a parking place with ticket machines if goods are being sold or offered for sale from the vehicle by a person who is licensed by the Council to sell goods from a stationary pitch situated in the parking place;

23(1)(i) the vehicle is waiting only for so long as is necessary to enable it to be used in connection with posting or removing advertising material in the form of posters on or from, or cleaning windows or chimneys in, premises adjacent to the parking place in which the vehicle is waiting; or

23(1)(j) in any other case the vehicle is waiting for the purpose of delivering or collecting goods or merchandise, including, so far as a Bank is concerned, cash or other valuables or valuable securities, or loading or unloading the vehicle at premises adjacent to the parking place in which the vehicle is waiting and the vehicle not being a goods vehicle does not wait for such Q purpose for more than thirty minutes or for such longer period as a police constable in uniform or a traffic warden may authorise, or, being a goods vehicle does not so wait for more than thirty minutes or such longer periods as aforesaid if it is in any part of a parking place.

23(2) No charge specified in the foregoing provisions of this Order shall be payable in respect of any vehicle waiting in a parking place in accordance with the foregoing provisions of this Article.

23(3) Except as provided in the foregoing provisions of this Article, the driver of a vehicle shall not cause or permit the vehicle to wait in a parking place during the permitted hours.

23(4) Nothing in the foregoing provisions of this Article shall be taken as authorising anything which would be a contravention of any regulations made or having effect as if made under Section 25 of the Act of 1984.

MANNER OF WAITING IN PARKING PLACES

24 24 A person causing or permitting a vehicle to wait in a parking place by . virtue of the provisions of sub—paragraph (e), (f), (g), (h), (i) or (j) in paragraph (1) of the last preceding Article shall take all such steps as are necessary to ensure:

24(a)(i) in the case of a parking place in relation to which special provisions as to the manner of standing of vehicles in place are specified in column 2 of Schedule 1 to this Order the vehicle shall so stand:

24(a)(ii) that every part of the vehicle is within the limits of the parking place; or

24(a)(iii) that the longitudinal axis of the vehicle is parallel to the edge of the carriageway nearest to the vehicle and the distance between the said edges and the nearest wheel of the vehicle is not more than twelve inches; and

24(b) in the case of any other parking place, that the longitudinal axis of the vehicle is parallel to the edge of the carriageway nearest to the vehicle and the distance between the said edge and the nearest wheel of the vehicle is not more than twelve inches.

EXEMPTIONS FROM CHARGES

25(1) If at the time when a vehicle is left during the permitted hours in a parking place with ticket machines, there is on all the ticket machines relating to that parking place a notice placed by any person duly authorised by the Council, or a traffic warden, indicating the ticket machine is out of order, that vehicle shall be exempt from the initial charge provided it is removed:

25(1)(a) in the case of a parking place specified in Parts 12, 13 and 16 of Schedule 1 to this Order within one hour after the said meter or ticket machine is rectified;

25(1)(b) in the case of a parking place specified in Parts 3, 4 and 7, of Schedule 1 to this Order within two hours after the said meter or ticket machine is rectified;

25(1)(c) in the case of a parking place specified in Part 8 of Schedule 1 to this Order within four hours after the said meter or ticket machine is rectified; 25(1)(d) in the case of a parking place specified in Part 15 of Schedule 1 to this Order within eight hours after the said meter or ticket machine is rectified;

If the vehicle is not removed within such period the initial charge payable in respect of such period shall be treated as having been incurred and paid at the time when the vehicle was left in the parking place and all the provisions of this Section of this Order shall apply accordingly.

25(2) A disabled person's vehicle left in parking places during the permitted hours shall be exempt from the payment of any charge or compliance with any limitation of time during which a vehicle may be left in a parking place specified in the foregoing provisions of this Order.

25(3) Without prejudice to the generality of this Article, a vehicle to which this Article applies shall stand in the parking bay in accordance with the provisions of Article 17 of this Order.

INSTALLATION OF TICKET MACHINES

26 The Council may:

26(a) install in such position in or in the vicinity of a parking place as they may think fit such ticket machines as are required by this Section of this Order for the purposes of the parking place; and

26(b) carry out such other work as is authorised by this Section of this Order or is reasonably required for the purposes of the satisfactory operation of a parking place.

PARKING PLACES WITH RESTRICTED DAYS AND HOURS OF OPERATION

27(1) The parking places specified in Parts 3, 7, 8, 12, 13 and 15 of Schedule 1 to this Order operate under the foregoing provisions of this Section of this Order in all respects except that the hours of operation are from 9.00am to 5.00pm Mondays to Saturdays inclusive.

27(2) The parking places specified in Part 4 of Schedule 1 to this Order operate under the foregoing provisions of this Section of this Order in all respects except that the hours of operation are from 9.30 am to 5.00 pm Mondays to Fridays inclusive and from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm on Saturdays.

27(3) The parking places specified in Part 16 of Schedule 1 to this Order operate under the foregoing provisions of this Section of this Order in all respects except that the hours of operation are from 7.00 am to 5.00 pm Mondays to Saturdays inclusive.

SECTION 3
WAITING, LOADING AND UNLOADING OF VEHICLES IN CERTAIN ROADS

RESTRICTION OF WAITING OF VEHICLES

28 Save as provided in Articles 29, 30, and 162 of this Order, no person shall, except upon the direction or with the permission of a police constable in uniform, cause or permit any vehicle other than a pedal cycle to wait in any restricted road during the restricted hours.

EXEMPTIONS FROM WAITING RESTRICTIONS

29(1) Nothing in Article 28 of this Order shall prevent any person from causing or permitting a vehicle to wait in any restricted road:

29(1)(a) for so long as may be necessary to enable a person to board or alight from a vehicle;

29(1)(b) for so long as may be necessary to enable the vehicle, if it cannot conveniently be used for such purpose in any other road, to be used in connection with any funeral, building operation, demolition or excavation in or adjacent to any restricted road, the removal of any obstruction to traffic in any restricted road, the maintenance, improvement or reconstruction of any restricted road, or the laying, erection, alteration, removal or repair in or adjacent to any restricted road, of any sewer or of any main, pipe or apparatus for the supply of gas, water or electricity, or of any telegraphic line, traffic sign or parking meter;

29(1)(c) if the vehicle is a vehicle used for fire brigade purposes or an ambulance, or any vehicle in the service of a local authority or police force in either case being used in pursuance of statutory powers or duties;

29(1)(d) if the vehicle is a hackney carriage waiting upon any duly authorised taxi rank;

29(1)(e) if the vehicle is waiting owing to the driver being prevented from proceeding by circumstances beyond his control or to such waiting being necessary in order to avoid accident;

29(1)(f) if the vehicle is in the service of or employed by the Post Office and is waiting while postal packets addressed to premises adjacent to that road are being unloaded from the vehicle, or, having been unloaded therefrom, are being delivered or while postal packets are being collected from premises or posting boxes adjacent to that road, or is in use in connection with the servicing of telephone kiosks adjacent to that road;

29(1)(g) for so long as may be necessary to enable the vehicle to take on petrol, oil, water or air from any garage situated on or adjacent to any restricted road;

29(1)(h) for so long as may be necessary to enable the vehicle, if it cannot conveniently be used for such purpose in any other road, to be used in connection with posting or removing advertising material in the form of poster on or from, or cleaning windows or chimneys in, premises adjacent to that road; or

29(1)(i) for the purpose of loading or unloading the vehicle while the vehicle is in actual use in connection with the removal of furniture from one office or dwelling- house to another or the removal of furniture from such premises to a depository or to such premises from a depository, except that no vehicle shall wait for any such purpose during the period between 8.30am and 6.30pm on any day insofar as any such period falls within the restricted hours in any part of a restricted road specified in Parts 1 and 2 of Schedule 2 to this Order unless notice is given twenty-four hours in advance to the police and their consent is obtained

29(1)(j) for a maximum period of three hours (not being a period separated by an interval of less than one hour from a previous period of waiting by the same vehicle in the same road or part of road on the same day) if the vehicle is a disabled person's vehicle.

LOADING AND UNLOADING OF GOODS

30(1) Nothing in Article 28 of this Order shall prevent any person from causing or permitting a vehicle to wait in any restricted road for so long as may be necessary for the purpose of delivering or collecting goods or merchandise or loading and unloading a vehicle at premises adjoining that road; provided that:

30(1)(a) no vehicle (other than a goods vehicle) engaged in delivering or collecting goods or merchandise, or being loaded or unloaded shall wait during the restricted hours in the same place in any restricted road for a period of more than ten minutes or such longer period as a police constable in uniform or a traffic warden may authorise;

30(1)(b) no vehicle shall wait during the prohibited hours in any part of a prohibited road specified in all Parts of Schedule 3 to this Order for the purpose of delivering or collecting goods or merchandise or loading or unloading the vehicle; and

30(1)(c) nothing in either of the preceding provisos shall apply so as to restrict the loading or unloading of any vehicle while the vehicle is in actual use in connection with the collection or delivery of goods which cannot reasonably be loaded or unloaded outside the restricted or prohibited hours provided notice is given twenty-four hours in advance to the police and their consent is obtained.

30(2) Notwithstanding anything in paragraph (1) of this Article, the driver of a vehicle waiting for the purpose of delivering or collecting goods or merchandise or loading or unloading the vehicle shall move the vehicle on the instruction of a police constable in uniform or traffic warden whenever such moving may be reasonably necessary for the purpose of preventing obstruction.

SECTION 4
URBAN CLEARWAY

URBAN CLEARWAY

31 Save as provided in Articles 32, 33 and 34 no person shall except upon the direction or with the permission of a police constable in uniform or of a traffic warden cause or permit any vehicle to wait for the periods specified in all Parts of Schedule 4 to this Order in the lengths of roads specified in the said Schedule 4 to this Order.

32 Nothing in Article 31 shall render it unlawful to cause or permit any vehicle to wait in the lengths of roads specified in the said Schedule 4 for so long as may be necessary:

32(a) to enable a person to board or alight from the vehicle;

32(b) to enable a person to load on or unload personal luggage from the vehicle;

32(c) to enable the closing of any gate or other barrier at the entrance of premises to which the vehicle requires access or from which it has emerged if it is not reasonably practicable for the vehicle to wait otherwise than in the specified length of road while such gate or barrier is opened or closed.

32(1) Nothing in Article 31 shall render it unlawful to cause or permit any vehicle to wait in the lengths of roads specified in the said Schedule 4 for so long as may be necessary:

32(1)(a) to enable a person to board or alight from the vehicle;

32(1)(b) to enable a person to load or unload personal luggage from the vehicle;

32(1)(c) to enable the closing of any gate or other barrier at the entrance of premises to which the vehicle requires access or from which it has emerged if it is not reasonably practicable for the vehicle to wait otherwise than in the specified length of road while such gate or barrier is opened or closed.

32(2) Nothing in Article 31 shall render it unlawful to cause or permit a vehicle to wait in the roads or parts of roads specified in Part 8 of Schedule 4 if the vehicle is waiting in the roads or parts of roads specified in Schedule 2 Part 42 for the period or periods specified in Schedule 2 Part 42

33 Nothing in Article 31 shall apply so as to prevent any person from causing or permitting any vehicle to wait during the periods specified in all Parts of Schedule 4 to this Order in the lengths of roads specified in the said Schedule 4 if the vehicle is being used:

33(a) in connection with any building operation or demolition in or adjacent to the specified lengths of roads, the removal of any obstruction to traffic, the maintenance improvement or reconstruction of the specified lengths of roads, or the laying erection alteration or repair in, or adjacent to the specified lengths of roads of any sewer or of any main pipe or apparatus for the supply of gas, water, or electricity or of any telegraphic line ;

33(b) for fire brigade, ambulance or police purposes;

33(c) in the service of a local authority or Water Authority in pursuance of statutory powers or duties in or adjacent to the specified lengths of roads;

33(d) for the purpose of delivering or collecting postal packets as defined in Section 87 of the Post Office Act 1953.

34 Nothing in Article 31 of this Order shall render it unlawful to cause or permit a vehicle to wait in any case where the person in control of it:

34(a) is required by law to stop;

34(b) is obliged to stop in order to prevent an accident; or

34(c) is prevented from proceeding by circumstances outside that person's control.

34(d) has stopped within a layby constructed between the edge of the carriageway of the specified road and the highway boundary.

35 In any case of conflict between the provisions of this Section of this Order and the provisions of any other Sections of this Order and in particular where the exemptions granted by this Section are more restrictive than any other exemptions granted by any other Section the provisions of this Section shall prevail; provided that the provisions of Section 5 of this Order shall prevail insofar as those provisions relate to bus stops in the lengths of roads specified in all Parts of Schedule 4 to this Order.

SECTION 5
BUS STOPS CLEARWAY

BUS STOPS CLEARWAY

36 Save as provided in Article 37 of this Order, no person shall except upon the direction of, or with the permission of, a police constable in uniform or of a traffic warden, cause or permit any vehicle, other than a public service vehicle to wait during the hours between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on any day in any bus stop in any of the lengths of, or on either of the sides of, the roads or parts of roads specified in Schedule 5 to this Order.

37 Nothing in Article 36 of this Order shall render it unlawful for a person to cause or permit a vehicle to wait in a bus stop:

37(a) if the vehicle is being used for the removal of any obstruction to traffic;

37(b) if the vehicle is being used in the service of a local authority or with the permission of a local authority in exercise of statutory powers or duties and whilst so being used in such service it is necessary for the vehicle to wait in that bus stop;

37(c) in any case where the person in control of the vehicle is required by law to stop or is obliged to do so in order to avoid an accident, or is prevented from proceeding by circumstances outside his control; or

37(d) if the vehicle is being used for police, fire brigade or ambulance purposes.

38 In any case of conflict between the provisions of this Section of this Order and the provisions of any other Sections of this Order and in particular where the exemptions granted by this Section are more restrictive than any other exemptions granted by any other Section the provisions of this Section shall prevail.

SECTIONS 6 T0 8 (Articles 39 to 53) — Not applicable to this area.

SECTION 6
ONE-WAY STREETS

ONE WAY STREETS

39 Save as provided in Article 40 and 41 of this Order no person shall cause any vehicle to proceed in any road or part of road specified in column 1 of Schedule 6 to this Order in a direction other than specified, in relation to that road or part of road, in column 2 of the said Schedule 6.

EXEMPTIONS

40 Nothing in Article 39 of this Order shall apply to the driving of any mechanical road cleansing vehicle being used in pursuance of statutory powers or to anything done with the permission of a police constable in uniform.

41 Nothing in Article 39 of this Order shall render it unlawful to cause or permit any pedal cycle to travel in a one way street in the opposite direction to that specified in column 2 of Schedule 6 to this Order in any cycle lane marked on the roads or parts of roads specified in Part 1 of Schedule 23 to this Order.

SECTION 9
REVOCATION OF EXISTING ORDERS

REVOCATION

56 The Orders specified in Schedule 25 to this Order as having effect by virtue of Section 144 and paragraph 1 of Schedule 10 to the Act of 1984, in so far as they affect Area G, are hereby revoked.

SECTIONS 10 TO 18 (Articles 57 to 139) - Not applicable to this area.

SECTION 13
DISABLED PERSONS PARKING PLACES

DESIGNATION

106 The parts of the road specified in Schedule 13 to this Order are designated as parking places for disabled person's vehicles.

Class of Vehicles

107 Each parking place specified in Schedule 13 to this Order may be used subject to the provisions of this section of this Order for the waiting of any disabled person's vehicle which displays a disabled person's badge.

Manner of Standing

108 Every vehicle left in a disabled person's parking place shall so stand to be parallel to the kerb in the parking place and wholly within the limits of a parking bay delineated by white lines on the carriageway.

Power to Suspend Use

109 Nothing in Article 107 of this Order shall restrict the power of the Council for preventing obstruction of the streets by Order on the occasion of any public procession rejoicing or illumination or where the streets are thronged or liable to be obstructed to close any disabled person's parking place.

Restriction of waiting by a vehicle

110(1) The driver of a vehicle shall not be permitted to wait in any disabled person's parking place unless the vehicle complies with Article 107 of this Order and is left in accordance with Article 108 of this Order.

110(2) A driver of a vehicle shall not use a disabled person's parking place:

110(2)(a) so as to unreasonably prevent access to any premises adjoining the road or the use of the road by other persons or so as to be a nuisance;

110(2)(b) when for preventing obstruction of the streets the Council shall by order made on the occasion of any public procession rejoicing or illumination or when the streets are thronged or liable to be obstructed have closed that parking place and exhibited notice of such closing on or near the disabled person's parking place.

110(3) The driver of a motor vehicle using a disabled person's parking place shall stop the engine as soon as the vehicle is in position in the disabled person's parking place and shall not start the engine except when about to change the position of the vehicle in or to depart from the parking place.

110(4) No person shall use a vehicle while it is in a disabled person's parking place in connection with the sale of any article to persons in or near the parking place or in connection with the selling or offering for hire of his or her skills or services.

Removal of Vehicle

111(1) When a vehicle is left in a disabled person's parking place in contravention of any of the provisions contained in Article 110 of this Order a person authorised in that behalf by the Council a police constable in uniform or a traffic warden may remove the vehicle or arrange for it to be removed from that parking place provided that when a vehicle is waiting in a disabled person's parking place in contravention of Article 108 of this Order a person authorised in that behalf by the Council may alter or cause to be altered the position of the vehicle in order that its position shall comply with the said Article 108.

111(2) Any person removing a vehicle or altering its position by virtue of sub paragraph (1) of this Article may do so by towing or driving the vehicle or in such other manner as that person may think necessary and may take such measures in relation to the vehicle as thought necessary to enable the removal of or alteration of its position as the case may be.

111(3) When a person removes or makes arrangements for the removal of a vehicle from a disabled person's parking place by virtue of sub paragraph (1) of this Article that person shall make such arrangements as may be reasonably necessary for the safe custody of the vehicle.

Days and hours of Operation

112 Disabled person's parking places specified in Schedule 13 to this Order shall remain in operation for 24 hours on all days.

SECTION 15
PUBLIC SERVICE VEHICLE PARKING PLACE

DESIGNATION

119 Each area on a highway described in Column 2 of Schedule 15 to this Order is designated as a parking place for public service vehicles not operating on a scheduled service.

USE OF THE PARKING PLACE

120(1) Subject to the provisions of Article 125 of this Order the public service vehicle parking places described in:

120(1)(a) Part 1 of Schedule 15 to this Order shall be used or may be entered only by public service vehicles not operating on a scheduled service for the purpose of loading or unloading of persons and the driver of any such vehicle shall whilst the vehicle is within the parking place comply with the provisions of this Order and in

120(1)(b) Part 2 of Schedule 15 to this Order shall be used or may be entered only by bus layover permit holders public service vehicles operating on a local scheduled service and the driver of any such vehicle shall whilst the vehicle is within the parking place comply with the provisions of this Order and with the bus layover permit conditions laid down by Cambridgeshire County Council

120(1)(c) Part 3 of Schedule 15 to this Order shall be used or may be entered only by Newton Road bus layover permit holders vehicles and the driver of any such vehicle shall whilst the vehicle is within the parking place comply with the provisions of this Order and with the bus layover permit conditions laid down by Cambridgeshire County Council

120(2) The driver of any public service vehicle which is within the public service vehicle parking place:

120(2)(a) shall not leave the vehicle in any position in the parking place except in such position as may be specified in Schedule 15 to this Order or as may be indicated by a duly authorised officer of the Council a police constable in uniform or a traffic warden; and

120(2)(b) shall not so far as practicable leave the vehicle in such position at any time or for any period except at the time and for the period specified in Article 128 of this Order or as may be indicated by a duly authorised officer of the Council a police constable in uniform or a traffic warden.

120(3) The driver of a public service vehicle which is within the public service vehicle parking place:

120(3)(a) shall comply with any traffic signs placed in the parking place in accordance with the provisions of Article 124 of this Order;

120(3)(b) shall not obstruct access to or egress from the parking place;

120(3)(c) except as provided in paragraph (4) of this Article shall not permit the vehicle to wait in the parking place if the vehicle is in a condition of disrepair or dilapidation or is leaking oil, petrol or other fuel;

120(3)(d) shall comply with any instruction issued by a duly authorised representative of the Council, a police constable in uniform or a traffic warden notwithstanding that such instructions may contravene any provisions of this Order.

120(4) No person shall whilst a public service vehicle is within the public service vehicle parking place carry out or permit to be carried out to the public service vehicle any work of cleaning, construction, alteration, maintenance, or repair (except where a duly authorised representative of the Council is satisfied upon representations being made to him or her that it would be more expeditious for repairs to be carried out to the vehicle in the public service vehicle parking place to enable it to leave rather than to require it to be removed for such repairs).

TRAFFIC SIGNS

121 The Council shall:

121(a) cause the limits of the public service vehicle parking place and of each parking space therein, if any, to be indicated on the carriageway by placing and maintaining therein appropriate markings in the carriageway; and

121(b) carry out such other work as is reasonably required for the purposes of the satisfactory operation of the public service vehicle parking place.

MANNER OF STANDING

122 Every public service vehicle left in a public service vehicle parking place specified in Schedule 15 to this Order shall stand wholly within the parking spaces marked on the carriageway and shall comply with any special manner of standing specified in Column 2 of the said Schedule 15.

ALTERATION OF POSITION OF VEHICLES

123(1) Where any public service vehicle is standing in the public service vehicle parking place in contravention of any of the provisions of this Order and the driver of the public service vehicle is absent or otherwise unable or unwilling to move the public service vehicle a duly authorised representative of the Council, a police constable in uniform or a traffic warden may alter or cause to be altered the position of the public service vehicle in order that its position shall comply with those provisions.

123(2) If the position of the public service vehicle shall be altered pursuant to this Article such alteration and the public service vehicle whilst its position is being altered shall be at the risk of the Council and the Council will ensure that its own insurance cover the driver and the public service vehicle whilst its position is being altered.

POWER TO SUSPEND

124(1) Any person authorised by the Council a police constable in uniform or a traffic warden may suspend the use of the public service vehicle parking place or any part thereof whenever he or she considers such suspension reasonably necessary after prior consultation with the operators except in an emergency:

124(1)(a) for the purpose of facilitating the movement of traffic or promoting road safety; or

124(1)(b) for the purpose of any building operation demolition or excavation in or adjacent to the parking place or the maintenance improvement or reconstruction of the parking place or the laying erection alteration removal or repair in or adjacent to the parking place of any sewer or of any main pipe or apparatus for the supply of gas water or electricity or of any telegraphic line or traffic sign.

124(2) Any person suspending the use of the public service vehicle parking place or any part thereof in accordance with the provisions of paragraph (1) of this Article shall thereupon place or cause to be placed in or adjacent to the parking place or the part thereof the use of which is suspended a traffic sign indicating that waiting by public service vehicles is prohibited and indicating an alternative parking site where practicable.

124(3) No person shall cause or permit a public service vehicle to be left in the public service vehicle parking place or part of the public service vehicle parking place during such period as there is in or adjacent to that parking place or part thereof a traffic sign placed in pursuance of paragraph (2) of this Article, provided that nothing in this paragraph shall render it unlawful to cause or permit any vehicle being used for any purpose specified in Article 125(1)(a) or (b) of this Order to be left in the parking place or part thereof during any such period or any other vehicle so left if that vehicle is left with the permission:

124(3)(i) of the person suspending the use of the parking place or the part thereof in pursuance of paragraph (1) of this Article; or

124(3)(ii) of a police constable in uniform or traffic warden.

RESTRICTION OF WAITING

125(1) Any vehicle may wait anywhere in the public service vehicle parking place for so long as may be necessary if:-

125(1)(a) the vehicle is a vehicle used for police fire brigade or ambulance purposes or a vehicle in the service of a local authority which is being used in pursuance of statutory powers or duties;

125(1)(b) the vehicle is being used in connection with the removal of any obstruction to traffic or with the repair of a permitted public service vehicle in accordance with Article 120(4) of this Order;

125(1)(c) the vehicle is being used for any purpose specified in Article 124(1) of this Order.

125(2) Except as provided in the foregoing provisions of this Article the driver of a vehicle shall not cause or permit any vehicle other than a vehicle specified in Article 120(1) of this Order to wait in the public service vehicle parking place.

126 126 The driver of a motor vehicle using a public service vehicle parking place shall stop the engine as soon as the vehicle is in position in the parking place and shall not start the engine except when about to change position of the vehicle in or to depart from the parking place.

127 No person shall use a vehicle while it is in a public service vehicle parking place in connection with the sale of any article to persons in or near the parking place or in connection with the selling or offering for hire of his skill or services.

DAYS AND HOURS OF OPERATION

128(1)(a) The public service vehicle parking places specified in Part 1 of Schedule 15 to this Order shall operate on all days between the hours of 8.30 am and 6.30 pm

128(1)(b) The public service vehicle parking places specified in Part 2 of Schedule 15 to this Order shall operate between the hours of 7.00 am and 7.00 pm Mondays to Saturdays

128(1)(c) The public service vehicle parking places specified in Part 3 of Schedule 15 to this Order shall operate between the hours of 7.00 am and 7.00 pm Mondays to Saturdays

128(2) The driver of any public service vehicle which is within the public service parking place specified in Part 1 of Schedule 15 to this Order shall not permit the vehicle to wait for longer than 15 minutes with return prohibited within one hour of the time of leaving the parking place

SECTION 16
NO ENTRY

NO ENTRY

129 No person shall cause a vehicle to enter the roads and parts of the roads specified in Part 1 of Schedule 16 to this Order at the location and from the directions specified in Part 1 of the said Schedule 16.

NO ENTRY EXCEPT PEDAL CYCLES

130 No person shall cause a vehicle other than a pedal cycle to enter the road and part of the road specified in Part 2 of Schedule 16 to this Order at the location and from the directions specified in Part 2 of the said Schedule 16.

SECTION 17
PROHIBITED TURNS

no left turn

132(1) No person shall except with the permission or upon the direction of a police constable in uniform or a traffic warden cause or permit any motor vehicle to make a left turn into the roads or parts of roads specified in Column 1 of Part 1 of Schedule 17 to this Order from the road or parts of roads specified in Column 2 of Part 1 of the said Schedule 17.

132(2) No person shall except with the permission or upon the direction of a police constable in uniform or a traffic warden cause any vehicle to make a left turn into the roads or parts of roads specified in Column 1 of Part 5 of Schedule 17 to this Order from the roads or parts of roads specified in Column 2 of Part 5 of the said Schedule 17.

No Right Turn

133(1) No person shall except with the permission or upon the direction of a police constable in uniform or a traffic warden cause or permit any vehicle to make a right turn into the roads or parts of roads specified in Column 1 of Part 2 of Schedule 17 to this Order from the roads or parts of roads specified in Column 2 of Part 2 of the said Schedule 17.

133(2) No person shall except with the permission or upon the direction of a police constable in uniform or a traffic warden cause any motor vehicle to make a right turn into the roads or parts of roads specified in Column 1 of Part 3 of Schedule 17 to this Order from the roads or parts of roads specified in Column 2 of Part 3 of the said Schedule 17.

133(4) No person shall except with the permission or upon the direction of a police constable in uniform or a traffic warden cause or permit any vehicle to make a right turn · into the roads or parts of roads specified in Column of Parts 2, 3 and 6 of Schedule 17 to this Order from the roads or parts of roads specified in Column2 of Parts 2, 3 and 6 of the said Schedule 17.

No U-Turn

134 No person shall except with the permission or upon the direction of a police constable in uniform or a traffic warden cause any vehicle to effect a U-turn in the roads or parts of roads specified in Column 1 of Part 4 of Schedule 17 to this Order at the location specified in Column 2 of Part 4 of the said Schedule 17.

Exemptions

135(1) Nothing in Article 133 of this Order shall make it unlawful for a vehicle to make a right turn into the road or parts of roads specified in Column 1 of Part 3 of Schedule 17 to this Order from the road or parts of roads specified in Column 2 of Part 3 of the said Schedule 17 if the said vehicle is a pedal cycle.

135(2) Nothing in Article 133 of this Order shall make it unlawful for a vehicle to make a right turn into the road or parts of roads specified in Column 1 of Part 6 of Schedule 17 to this Order from the road or parts of roads specified in Column 2 of Part 6 of the said Schedule 17 if the said vehicle is a public service vehicle operating a scheduled service.

136 Nothing in Article 134 of this Order shall make it unlawful to cause a vehicle to effect a U—turn on those roads or parts of roads specified in Part 4 of Schedule 17 to this Order if the vehicle is being used for police fire or ambulance purposes.

SECTION 19
LIMITED ACCESS

LIMITED ACCESS

140 Save as provided in Articles 141 and 142 of this Order no person shall cause or permit any vehicle to enter the roads or parts of roads specified in Column 1 of Parts 1 and 2 of Schedule 19 to this Order.

EXEMPTIONS

141 Nothing in Article 140 of this Order shall render it unlawful to cause or permit any vehicle to enter the roads or parts of roads specified in Column 1 of Parts 1 and 2 of Schedule 19 to this Order upon the direction or with the permission of a police constable or traffic warden in uniform or, if as specified in the Articles referred to in Column 2 of Parts 1 and 2 of the said Schedule 19 the vehicle is being used:

141(a) for the conveyance of persons or goods to any premises situated in or adjacent to the specified road; or

141(b) in connection with any building operation or demolition taking place in the vicinity of the specified road, the removal of any obstruction to traffic in the specified road, the maintenance improvement or reconstruction of the specified road or the laying erection alteration or repair in or near the specified road of any sewer or of any main pipe or apparatus for the supply of gas water or electricity or of any telegraphic line;

141(c) for access to any premises situated on the specified road or adjacent to the specified road and only accessible for motor vehicles from the specified road;

141(d) for police, fire brigade or ambulance purposes;

141(e) in the service of a local authority or water authority in pursuance of its statutory powers or duties; or

141(f) for the purpose of delivering or collecting postal packets as defined in Section 87 of the Post Office Act 1953(b);

141(g) for gaining access to or egress from a residents parking place within the said road or part of road and the vehicle is displaying a valid permit as specified under Article 91 of this Order for the area in which includes the said road or part of road;

141(h) for the conveyance of persons or goods to or from any premises situated in, or adjacent to and only accessible from, the specified road except between the hours of 10.00 am and 4.00 pm on Saturdays only; or

141(i) for the conveyance of persons or goods to or from any off street parking or loading facilities accessible only from the specified road between the hours of 10.00 am and 4.00 pm on Saturdays only.

PERMITTED CLASSES OF VEHICLES

142 142 Nothing in Articles 140 and 141 of this Order shall render it unlawful to cause or permit any vehicle to enter the roads or parts of roads specified in column 1 of Parts 1 and 2 of Schedule 19 to this Order if, as specified in Column 3 of the said Schedule 19, the vehicle is a:

142(a) public service vehicle;

142(b) hackney carriage;

142(c) goods vehicle which is in actual use for delivering or collecting goods to or from any premises adjoining;

142(d) disabled person’s vehicle;

142(e) private vehicle or motor cycle with a permit requiring access to Eden Street Backway and or 47 Eden Street;

142(f) vehicle used to gain access to or for the conveyance of goods to or from premises situated in or adjacent to Burleigh Place, the service area to the north east of Burleigh Place and so much of Burleigh Street as lies between its junction with Adam & Eve Street and East Road;

142(g) private hire car;

142(h) invalid carriage as defined in Section 136 of the Act of 1984 being used to gain access to premises adjoining;

142(i) motor cycle;

142(j) hackney carriage requiring access to the roads or parts of roads specified in Column 1 of Parts 1 and 2 of Schedule 19 to this Order between the hours of 5.30 p.m. to 9.35 a.m. on all days;

142(k) pedal cycle being wheeled by a pedestrian;

142(l) vehicle proceeding under the supervision of a police constable in uniform or a traffic warden and is being used for the delivery and collection of goods which are heavy or bulky or which might suffer damage if carried by other means or which are valuable and liable to be stolen if carried by other means to premises fronting the road;

142(m) pedal cycle being ridden or wheeled by a pedestrian;

142(n) vehicle to be used for the purpose of delivering or collecting bullion, monies or securities to or from the Midland Bank PLC or the Trustees Savings Bank PLC in Burleigh Street;

142(o) vehicle proceeding to and from the garage premises at the rear of Nos. 12 - 15 Blossom Street;

142(p) goods vehicle which is in actual use for delivering or collecting goods to or from premises adjoining the specified road except between the hours of 10.00 am and 4.00 pm on Saturdays only; or

142(q) a motor vehicle being used by a resident of Nos.43, 45, 47, 53, 55, 57, 59, 61, 63, 65, 88, 90, 92, 94, 96, 98, 122 and 124 Victoria Road and Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 Beaconsfield Terrace, Victoria Road.

DAYS AND HOURS OF OPERATION

143(1) The limited access, exemptions and permitted classes of vehicles on the roads or parts of roads specified in Part 1 of Schedule 19 to this Order apply at any time for all days.

143(2) The limited access, exemptions and permitted classes of vehicles on the roads or parts of roads specified in Part 2 of Schedule 19 to this Order apply between the hours of 8.30 a.m. to 6.30 p.m. Mondays to Saturdays inclusive.

SECTION 20
BOX JUNCTIONS

BOX JUNCTIONS

144 No vehicle shall be driven into a boxed area as specified in Schedule 20 to this Order and thereafter driven in such a direction that it becomes necessary owing to the presence of stationary vehicles for any part of that vehicle to remain at rest within the boxed area, provided that it shall not be an offence for a vehicle to be driven into a boxed area and then into a position where it can conveniently wait to make a right turn and is there prevented from being driven out of the boxed area by reason only of the presence of other stationary vehicles in or near that area waiting to complete a right turn.

145 Nothing in Article 144 of this Order shall apply:

145(a) to anything done on the direction or with the permission of a Police Constable in uniform or of a Traffic Warden;

145(b) to a vehicle used for Police Fire Brigade or Ambulance purposes; or

145(c) to a vehicle the driver of which when entering the boxed area had reasonable cause to believe that he or she would immediately be able to drive the vehicle out of that area.

SECTION 21
BUS/CYCLE LANES

BUS/CYCLE LANE

146 No person shall cause or permit any vehicle other than a pedal cycle, public service vehicle, schools bus or works bus to enter the bus/cycle lane marked on the roads or parts of the roads specified in Parts 1 and 2 of Schedule 21 to this Order except on the direction or with the permission of a police constable in uniform or a traffic warden.

EXEMPTIONS

147 Nothing in Article 146 of this Order shall make it unlawful to cause or permit any vehicle to enter proceed or wait in a bus/cycle lane marked on the roads or parts of roads specified in Parts 1 and 2 of Schedule 21 to this Order if and so long as may be necessary to enable:

147(a) the vehicle to be used for the removal of any obstruction to traffic;

147(b) the vehicle to be used for police fire brigade or ambulance purposes;

147(c) the vehicle to be used in the service of any local authority water authority or public utility/authority or with the permission of any such authority in pursuance of statutory powers or duties;

147(d) a person to board or alight from such vehicle provided that no such vehicle may wait in the same place for longer than two minutes;

147(e) goods to be loaded on or unloaded from the vehicle at premises having an entrance from the side of the road on which the bus/cycle lane is situated and no other entrance provided that such loading as can be carried out only from the bus/cycle lane shall take place only whilst no prohibition of loading or unloading on the bus/cycle lane by virtue of any other order in force;

147(f) the vehicle to avoid an accident; or

147(g) the vehicle to gain entrance to off street loading facilities or garaging.

DAYS AND HOURS OF OPERATION

148(1) The bus/cycle lane marked on the roads or parts of roads specified in Part 1 of Schedule 21 to this Order shall operate between the hours of 8.00 a.m. to 9.30 a.m. and 4.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. Mondays to Saturdays inclusive.

148(2) The bus/ cycle lane marked on the roads or parts of roads specified in Part 2 of Schedule 21 to this Order shall operate between the hours of 7.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m. Mondays to Saturdays inclusive.

148(4) The bus/ cycle lane marked on the roads or parts of roads specified in Part 5 of Schedule 21 to this Order shall operate between the hours of 7.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m. Mondays to Saturdays inclusive.

SECTION 21
BUS/CYCLE LANES

BUS/CYCLE LANE

146 No person shall cause or permit any vehicle other than a pedal cycle, public service vehicle, schools bus, works bus, hackney carriage or licensed hire car to enter the bus/cycle lane marked on the roads or parts of the roads specified in all parts of Schedule 21 to this Order except on the direction or with the permission of a police constable in uniform or a traffic warden.

EXEMPTIONS

147 Nothing in Article 146 of this Order shall make it unlawful to cause or permit any vehicle to enter proceed or wait in a bus/cycle lane marked on the roads or parts of roads specified in Parts I, 2 and 3 of Schedule 21 to this Order if and so long as may be necessary to enable:

147(a) the vehicle to be used for the removal of any obstruction to traffic;

147(b) the vehicle to be used for police fire brigade or ambulance purposes;

147(c) the vehicle to be used in the service of any local authority water authority or public utility/authority or with the permission of any such authority in pursuance of statutory powers or duties;

147(d) a person to board or alight from such vehicle provided that no such vehicle may wait in the same place for longer than two minutes;

147(e) goods to be loaded on or unloaded from the vehicle at premises having an entrance from the side of the road on which the bus/cycle lane is situated and no other entrance provided that such loading as can be carried out only from the bus/cycle lane shall take place only whilst no prohibition of loading or unloading on the bus/cycle lane by virtue of any other order in force;

147(f) the vehicle to avoid an accident; or

147(g) the vehicle to gain entrance to off street loading facilities or garaging.

EXEMPTIONS

147(1) Nothing in Article 146 of this Order shall make it unlawful to cause or permit any vehicle to enter proceed or wait in a bus/cycle lane marked on the roads or parts of roads specified in Parts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 of Schedule 21 to this Order if and so long as may be necessary to enable:

147(1)(a) the vehicle to be used for the removal of any obstruction to traffic;

147(1)(b) the vehicle to be used for police fire brigade or ambulance purposes;

147(1)(c) the vehicle to be used in the service of any local authority water authority or public utility/authority or with the permission of any such authority in pursuance of statutory powers or duties;

147(1)(d) a person to board or alight from such vehicle provided that no such vehicle may wait in the same place for longer than two minutes;

147(1)(e) goods to be loaded on or unloaded from the vehicle at premises having an entrance from the side of the road on which the bus/cycle lane is situated and no other entrance provided that such loading as can be carried out only from the bus/cycle lane shall take place only whilst no prohibition of loading or unloading on the bus/cycle lane by virtue of any other order in force;

147(1)(f) the vehicle to avoid an accident; or

147(1)(g) the vehicle to gain entrance to off street loading facilities or garaging.

147(1)(h) the vehicle to be used in support of Park and Ride Services as authorised by the Director of Highways and Access of Cambridgeshire County Council

147(2) Nothing in Article 146 of this Order shall make it unlawful to cause or permit any vehicle to enter proceed or wait in a bus/cycle lane marked on the roads or parts of roads specified in Part 5 of Schedule 21 to this Order if and so long as may be necessary to enable the vehicle to wait in the roads or parts of roads specified in Schedule 2 Part 42 for the period or periods specified in Schedule 2 Part 42.

DAYS AND HOURS OF OPERATION

148(1) The bus/cycle lane marked on the roads or parts of roads specified in Part I of Schedule 21 to this Order shall operate between the hours of 8.00 a.m. to 9.30 a.m. and 4.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. Mondays to Saturdays inclusive.

148(2) The bus/ cycle lane marked on the roads or parts of roads specified in Part 2 of Schedule 21 to this Order shall operate between the hours of 7.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m. Mondays to Saturdays inclusive.

148(3) The bus/ cycle lane marked on the roads or parts of roads specified in Part 3 of Schedule 21 to this Order shall operate for all hours on all days.

SECTION 22
DUAL USE CYCLE TRACKS

DESIGNATION

149 The lengths of footways specified in Schedule 22 to this Order are designated as cycle tracks whereby persons may proceed along the said lengths of footways by riding pedal cycles as well as on foot.

VEHICLE RESTRICTIONS

150 No person shall drive or cause to be driven any motor vehicle along the lengths of footways specified in Schedule 22 to this Order unless with the permission of a police constable in uniform or a traffic warden.

SECTION 23
CYCLE LANES

CONTRA-FLOW CYCLE LANES

151 No person shall cause or permit any vehicle at any time to enter wait or proceed in the cycle lane marked on the roads or parts of roads specified in Part 1 of Schedule 23 to this Order except on the direction or with the permission of a police constable in uniform or a traffic warden unless the vehicle is a pedal cycle proceeding in the direction specified in Part 1 of the said Schedule 23.

EXEMPTIONS

152 Nothing in Article 151 of this Order shall render it unlawful for any vehicle to enter or proceed or wait in the cycle lane if and for so long as may be necessary to enable:

152(a) the vehicle to be used for the removal of any obstruction to traffic;

152(b) the vehicle to be used for police fire brigade or ambulance purposes;

152(c) the vehicle to be used in service of any local authority or water authority or with the permission of any such authority in pursuance ’of statutory powers or duties; providing that whilst being so used it is necessary for the vehicle to wait or proceed in the cycle lane;

152(d) the vehicle to pass vehicles parked on the side of the carriageway opposite to a marked cycle lane;

152(e) the vehicle to avoid an accident; or

152(f) the vehicle to gain entrance to off-street loading facilities or garaging.

MANDATORY WITH FLOW CYCLE LANES

153 No person shall cause or permit to be caused any vehicle at any time to enter wait or proceed in the cycle lane marked on the roads or parts of roads specified in Part 2 of Schedule 23 to this Order except on the direction or with the permission of a police constable in uniform or a traffic warden unless the vehicle is a pedal cycle proceeding in the direction specified in Part 2 of the said Schedule 23.

MANDATORY WITH FLOW CYCLE LANES

153(i) No person shall cause or permit to be caused any vehicle at any time to enter wait or proceed in the cycle lane marked on the roads or parts of roads specified in Part 2 of Schedule 23 to this Order except on the direction or with the permission of a police constable in uniform or a traffic warden unless the vehicle is a pedal cycle proceeding in the direction specified in Part 2 of the said Schedule 23.

MANDATORY WITH FLOW OFFSET CYCLE LANES

153(ii) No person shall cause or permit to be caused any vehicle at any time to enter wait or proceed in the cycle lane marked on the roads or parts of roads specified in Part 3 of Schedule 23 to this Order except on the direction or with the permission of a police constable in uniform or a traffic warden unless the vehicle is a pedal cycle proceeding in the direction specified in Part 3 of the said Schedule 23.

EXEMPTIONS

154 Nothing in Article 153 of this Order shall render it unlawful to cause or permit any vehicle to enter the cycle lane marked on the roads or parts of roads specified in of Part 2 of Schedule 23 to this Order if the vehicle is:

154(a) a public service vehicle waiting or proceeding to and from waiting in a part of the carriageway which is bounded by a road marking shown in diagram 1025 in Schedule 2 of the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 1981 lawfully in place;

154(b) a vehicle being used for police fire or ambulance purposes;

154(c) in the service of a local authority in pursuance of the authority's statutory powers or duties;

154(d) a vehicle that cannot conveniently be used for such purpose in any other road being used in connection with the removal of any obstruction to traffic the maintenance and improvement or reconstruction of the lengths of roads referred to or the laying erection or alteration or repair in or near the said lengths of roads of any sewer or of any main pipe or apparatus for the supply of gas water or electricity or of any telegraphic line;

154(e) in the service of or employed by the Post Office being used for the purposes of delivering or collecting postal packets as defined in Section 87 of the Post Office Act 1953;

154(f) a vehicle crossing the carriageway to gain access to off- street parking or loading facilities; or

154(g) a vehicle crossing the carriageway to gain access to premises situated adjacent to the carriageway and to which access cannot be gained from any other road.

EXEMPTIONS

154 Nothing in Article 153 of this Order shall render it unlawful to cause or permit any vehicle to enter the cycle lane marked on the roads or parts of roads specified in of Parts 2 and 3 of Schedule 23 to this Order if the vehicle is:

154(a) a public service vehicle waiting or proceeding to and from waiting in a part of the carriageway which is bounded by a road marking shown in:

154(a)(i) diagram 1028.3 marked “BUSES" in Schedule 6 of the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2002 lawfully in place; or

154(a)(ii) diagram 1025.1 or 1025.3 or 1025.4 in Schedule 6 of the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2002 lawfully in place;

154(b) a vehicle being used for police fire or ambulance purposes;

154(c) in the service of a local authority in pursuance of the authority’s statutory powers or duties;

154(d) a vehicle that cannot conveniently be used for such purpose in any other road being used in connection with the removal of any obstruction to traffic the maintenance and improvement or reconstruction of the lengths of roads referred to or the laying erection or alteration or repair in or near the said lengths of roads of any sewer or of any main pipe or apparatus for the supply of gas water or electricity or of any telegraphic line;

154(e) in the service of or employed by the Post Office being used for the purposes of delivering or collecting postal packets as defined in Section 87 of the Post Office Act 1953;

154(f) a vehicle crossing the carriageway to gain access to off-street parking or loading facilities or an on-street parking place specified in Schedule 1 to this Order, or

154(g) a vehicle crossing the carriageway to gain access to premises situated adjacent to the carriageway and to which access cannot be gained from any other road.

SECTION 24 (Articles 155 to 161) - Not applicable to this area.

SECTION 31
PROHIBITION OF DRIVING

PROHIBITION OF DRIVING

205 No person shall cause or permit any vehicle to proceed in the roads or parts of roads specified in Parts 1, 2 and 3 of Schedule 31 to this Order except on the direction or with the permission of a police constable in uniform or a duly authorised officer.

EXEMPTIONS

206(a) Nothing in Article 205 of this Order shall make it unlawful for a person to cause or permit any vehicle being used by or on behalf of an Authorised User to proceed on or in the roads or parts of roads specified in Part 1 of Schedule 31 to this Order.

206(b) Nothing in Article 205 of this Order shall make it unlawful for a person to cause or permit a pedal cycle to proceed on or in the roads or parts of roads specified in Part 2 of Schedule 31 to this Order.

206(c) Nothing in Article 205 of this Order shall make it unlawful for a person to cause or permit any vehicle to proceed on or in the roads or parts of roads specified in Part 3 of Schedule 31 to this Order if the vehicle is:

206(c)(i) a pedal cycle,

206(c)(ii) a motor vehicle so permitted by a police officer in uniform or a duly authorised officer; or

206(c)(iii) a public service vehicle operating a local service

206(c)(iv) being used in the service of a universal services provider (as defined in Section 4(3) and (4) of the Postal Services Act 2000) to be used for the purpose of delivering and/or collecting postal packets (as defined in Section 125(1) of the Postal Services Act 2000) in or adjacent to the specified roads or parts of roads

206(c)(v) being used in the service of a local authority or water authority in pursuance of its statutory powers or duties in or adjacent to the specified roads or parts of roads

206(c)(vi) being used in connection with any building operation, excavation or demolition, or the removal of any obstruction to traffic in or adjacent to the specified roads or parts of roads or the maintenance, improvement or reconstruction of the specified roads or parts of roads or the laying, erection, installation or repair in or adjacent to the specified roads or parts of roads of any sewer, pipe, conduit, cable or apparatus for the transmission of gas, water, electricity or telecommunications

206(c)(vii) Being used for fire brigade, ambulance, police or local authority purposes

206(c)(viii) being used for the conveyance of persons or goods or for the provision of services to or from or at any premises within the Addenbrooke’s and CBC Campus served by or situated in or adjacent to the specified roads or parts of roads

207 The Council are satisfied that for facilitating the passage of vehicular traffic on the roads or parts of roads specified in Parts 1, 2 and 3 of Schedule 31 to this Order it is requisite that Section 3(1) of the Act of 1984 should not apply.

DAYS AND HOURS OF OPERATION

208 The prohibition of driving and exemptions on the roads or parts of roads specified in Parts 1, 2 and 3 of Schedule 31 to this Order shall apply at any time on all days

GIVEN under the COMMON SEAL of CAMBRIDGE CITY COUNCIL this 10th day of January 1994 in the presence of:

Head of Legal services

SCHEDULE 1 - Not applicable to this area.

SCHEDULE 1 - PARKING PLACES (see Articles 2 to 27)

PART 16
PARKING PLACES WITH TICKET MACHINES (30 MINUTES) OPERATIVE BETWEEN 7.00 AM AND 5.00 PM MONDAYS TO SATURDAYS

Column 1Column 2Column 3
No. of parking place Each area described below in this column being an area forming part of the carriageway of a specified highway is a designated parking place with ticket machines including any special manner of standing
1 All that part of the south side of NEWTON ROAD which is bounded on the south by so much of the edge of the carriageway of that highway as extends from a point 63 metres east of the centreline of Trumpington Road for a distance of 88 metres in an easterly direction and which has a width throughout of 2.0 metres
2 All that part of the east side of NEWTON ROAD which is bounded on the east by so much of the edge of the carriageway of that highway as extends from a point 185 metres north of the centreline of Rayleigh Close for a distance of 94 metres in a northerly direction and which has a width throughout of 2.0 metres

SCHEDULE 2 - WAITING RESTRICTIONS (see Articles 2, 28 and 29)

PART 1 - Not applicable to this area.

PART 1
ROADS AND PARTS OF ROADS IN WHICH WAITING IS RESTRICTED BETWEEN 8.30AM AND 6.30PM MONDAYS TO SATURDAYS (OTHERE THAN AT PARKING PLACES, IF ANY)

LONG ROAD On its north side from a point 229 metres west of the centreline of Rutherford Road to a point 54 metres west of the centreline of Rutherford Road
LONG ROAD On its north side from a point 354 metres west of the centreline of Hills Road for a distance of 49 metres in an easterly direction
LONG ROAD On its south side from a point 217 metres east of the centreline of Trumpington Road for a distance of 22 metres in an easterly direction

PART 2
ROADS AND PARTS OF ROADS IN WHICH WAITING IS RESTRICTED 24 HOURS A DAY (OTHER THAN AT PARKING PLACES, IF ANY)

ALPHA TERRACE On both sides from its junction with High Street Trumpington for a distance of 7 metres in an easterly direction.
ALPHA TERRACE On its north side from the centreline of High Street Trumpington for a distance of 37.5 metres in an easterly direction
ALPHA TERRACE On its south side from the centreline of High Street Trumpington for a distance of 19 metres in an easterly direction
ALPHA TERRACE On its south side a point 10 metres west of the centreline of Scotsdowne Road for a distance of 30 metres in an easterly direction
ALPHA TERRACE On its north side from a point 198 metres east of the centreline of Scotsdowne Road eastwards to its most easterly point
ALPHA TERRACE On all sides of the turning head at its easternmost end
ALPHA TERRACE On its south side from a point 229 metres east of the centreline of Scotsdowne Road eastwards to its most easterly point
ANSTEY WAY On both sides from its junction with High Street Trumpington for a distance of 10 metres in an easterly direction
ANSTEY WAY On its north side from a point 35 Metres from its junction with High Street Trumpington for a distance of 39 metres in an easterly direction
ANSTEY WAY On its south side from a point 27 metres east of its junction with High Street Trumpington for a distance of 2 metres in an easterly direction
ANSTEY WAY On its south side from a point 44 metres east of its junction with High Street Trumpington for a distance of 29 metres in an easterly direction
ANSTEY WAY
(Service road behind Nos 5 to 8)
On both sides from the centreline of the east/west arm of Anstey Way for a distance of 30 metres in a northerly direction
ANSTEY WAY
(service road at rear of nos. 1 to 8)
On its west side from the centreline of the east-west arm of Anstey Way for a distance of 36 metres in a northerly direction
ANSTEY WAY
(service road at rear of nos. 1 to 8)
On its east side from the centreline of the east—west arm of Anstey Way for a distance of 32 metres in a northerly direction
BENTLEY ROAD On both sides from the centreline of its junction with Trumpington Road eastwards for 41 metres.
BENTLEY ROAD On both sides from the centreline of its junction with Trumpington Road for a distance of 60 metres in an easterly direction
BENTLEY ROAD On both sides from a point 15 metres west of the centreline of Newton Road for a distance of 31 metres in an easterly direction
THE BRAMBLES On both sides from the centreline of Shelford Road for a distance of 23 metres in a northeasterly direction
THE BRAMBLES On its northwest side from the centreline of Shelford Road for a distance of 23 metres in a northeasterly direction
THE BRAMBLES On its southeast side from the centreline of Shelford Road for a distance of 18 metres in a northeasterly direction
CHAUCER ROAD On its south side from the centreline of Edwinstowe Close for a distance of 16 metres in a south easterly direction
CHAUCER ROAD On its northeast side from the centreline of Trumpington Road for a distance of 131 metres in a northwesterly direction
CHAUCER ROAD On its northeast side from a point 167 metres northwest of the centreline of Trumpington Road for a distance of 106 metres in a northwesterly direction
CHAUCER ROAD On its northeast side from a point 363 metres northwest of the centreline of Trumpington Road for a distance of 106 metres in a northwesterly direction
CHAUCER ROAD On its southwest side from the centreline of Trumpington Road for a distance of 69 metres in a northwesterly direction
CHAUCER ROAD On its southwest side from a point 93 northwest of the centreline of Trumpington Road for a distance of 95 metres in a northwesterly direction
CHAUCER ROAD On its southwest side from a point 241 northwest of the centreline of Trumpington Road for a distance of 124 metres in a northwesterly direction
CHAUCER ROAD On its southwest side from a point 444 northwest of the centreline of Trumpington Road northwestwards to its most northwesterly point
CHAUCER ROAD
(the link road which is between its junction with Trumpington Road and Brooklands Avenue and its junction with the northwest-southeast arm of Chaucer Road)
CHAUCER ROAD On its south side from a point 381 metres west of the centreline of Trumpington Road for a distance of 15 metres in a westerly direction
CHURCH LANE On it southeast side from the centreline of Maris Lane for a distance of 26 metres in a northeasterly direction
GREENLANDS On both sides from a point 10 metres southeast of the centreline of Red Cross Lane northwestwards to its junction with Red Cross Lane
GREENLANDS On its east side from a point 33 metres southeast of the centreline of Red Cross Lane for a distance of 14 metres in a southeasterly direction
GREENLANDS On all sides of the turning head at the southeastern end
HIGH STREET TRUMPINGTON On its eastern side from a point 80 metres north of its junction with Anstey Way for a distance of 15 metres in a southerly direction
HIGH STREET TRUMPINGTON On its eastern side from a point 25 metres north of its junction with Anstey Way to its junction with Shelford Road.
HIGH STREET TRUMPINGTON On both sides from a point 60 metres north of its junction with Long Road for a distance of 116 metres in a southerly direction
HIGH STREET TRUMPINGTON On its western side from a point 80 metres north of its junction with Anstey Way for a distance of 15 metres in a southerly direction
HIGH STREET TRUMPINGTON On both sides from a point 40 metres north of its junction with Alpha Terrace for a distance of 65 metres in a southerly direction
HIGH STREET TRUMPINGTON On its west side from a point 47.3 metres north of the centreline of Anstey Way southwards to its junction with Hauxton Road
HIGH STREET TRUMPINGTON On both sides from the centreline of Long Road for a distance of 56 metres in a southerly direction
HIGH STREET TRUMPINGTON On both sides from a point 40 metres north of the centreline of Alpha Terrace for a distance of 79 metres in a southerly direction
HIGH STREET TRUMPINGTON On both sides from a point 80 metres north of the centreline of Anstey Way for a distance of 15 metres in a southerly direction
HIGH STREET TRUMPINGTON On its west side from a point 47.3 metres north of the centreline of Anstey Way southwards to its junction with Hauxton Road and Shelford Road
HIGH STREET TRUMPINGTON On its east side from a point 25 metres north of the centreline of Anstey Way southwards to its junction with Hauxton Road and Shelford Road
HILLS ROAD On its west side from a point 60 metres south of the centreline of Long Road southeastwards to its junction with Addenbrookes Hospital entrance
HILLS ROAD On its east side from its junction with Long Road southeastwards to its junction with Addenbrookes Hospital entrance
HILLS ROAD On both sides from its junction with Fendon Road southeastwards to a point 10 metres southeast of the centreline of Nightingale Avenue
HILLS ROAD On all sides of the roundabout at its junction with Fendon Road and Addenbrookes Hospital entrance
HILLS ROAD On both sides from its junction with Long Road southeastwards to a point 10 metres southeast of the centreline of Nightingale Avenue
HILLS ROAD On all sides of the roundabout at its junction with Fendon Road and Addenbrookes Hospital entrance
HILLS ROAD On its east side from a point 110 metres north of its junction with Queen Edith's Way southwards to its junction with Queen Edith's Way
HOMERTON STREET On both sides from a point 2O metres west of the centreline of Hills Road eastwards to its junction with Hills Road
LONG ROAD On both sides from its junction with High Street Trumpington for a distance 45 metres in an easterly direction.
LONG ROAD On its north side from a point 15 metres west of the centreline of Rutherford Road for a distance of 30 metres in an easterly direction
LONG ROAD On its north side from a point 12 metres west of the centreline of Sedley Taylor Road for a distance of 24 metres in an easterly direction
LONG ROAD Excluding those lengths as described in all other Parts of Schedule 2
LUARD ROAD On both sides from the centreline of its junction with Hills Road for a distance of 32 metres in a westerly direction
LUARD ROAD On its north side from a point 235 metres west of the centreline of Hills Road for a distance of 38 metres in a westerly direction
LUARD ROAD On its north side from a point 347 metres west of the centreline of Hills Road westwards to its junction with Sedley Taylor Road
LUARD ROAD On its south side from a point 236 metres west of the centreline of Hills Road for a distance of 34 metres in a westerly direction
LUARD ROAD On its south side from a point 368 metres west of the centreline of Hills Road westwards to its junction with Sedley Taylor Road
LUARD CLOSE
(north-south arm)
LUARD CLOSE
(west-east arm)
On the north side of the west-east arm from a point 8 metres west of the centreline of the north-south arm eastwards for 16 metres.
MARIS LANE On both sides from its junction with High street Trumpington for a distance of 25 metres in a north-westerly direction
MARIS LANE On its northeast side from the centreline of High Street Trumpington for a distance of 54 metres in a northwesterly direction
MARIS LANE On its southwest side from the centreline of High Street Trumpington for a distance of 77 metres in a northwesterly direction
MARIS LANE On its northeast side from the centreline of High Street Trumpington for a distance of 100 metres in a northwesterly direction
MARIS LANE On its northeast side from a point 156 metres northwest of the centreline of High Street Trumpington for a distance of 28 metres in a northwesterly direction
MARIS LANE On its northeast side from the centreline of Church Lane for a distance of 30 metres in a southeasterly direction
MARIS LANE On is southwest side
MARIS LANE On its northeast side from the centreline of High Street Trumpington for a distance of 105 metres in a northwesterly direction
MARIS LANE On its northeast side from a point 149 metres northwest of the centreline of High Street Trumpington for a distance of 35 metres in a northwesterly direction
MARIS LANE On its northeast side from the centreline of Church Lane for a distance of 35 metres in a southeasterly direction
MARIS LANE On its southwest side
NEWTON ROAD On both sides from its junction with Trumpington Road for a distance of 15 metres in an easterly direction
NEWTON ROAD On both sides from the centreline of Trumpington Road for a distance of 37 metres in an easterly direction
NEWTON ROAD On both sides from a point 156 metres east of the centreline of its junction with Trumpington Road eastwards and southwards for 38 metres (i.e. adjacent to the entrance to Applecourt).
NEWTON ROAD On both sides from the centreline of Trumpington Road eastvvards and southwards to a point 279 metres north of the centreline of Rayleigh Close
NEWTON ROAD On its west side from a point 150 metres north of the centreline of Rayleigh Close northwards to a point 279 metres north of the centreline of Rayleigh Close
NEWTON ROAD On its west side from a point 139 metres north of the centreline of Rayleigh Close northwards to a point 279 metres north of the centreline of Rayleigh Close
NEWTON ROAD On its east side from a point 185 metres north of the centreline of Rayleigh Close northwards to a point 279 metres north of the centreline of Rayleigh Close
NEWTON ROAD On both sides from a point 19 metres south of the centreline of Rayleigh Close for a distance of 36 metres in a northerly direction
NEWTON ROAD On both sides from the centreline of Bentley Road for a distance of 13 metres in a northerly direction
PORSON ROAD On both sides from the centreline of Trumpington Road for a distance of 25 metres in an easterly direction
QUEENSWAY On both sides from the centreline of Trumpington Road for a distance of 44.5 metres in an easterly direction
RATHMORE CLOSE On both sides from its junction with Rathmore Road for a distance of 11 metres in a southerly direction
RATHMORE ROAD On its south side from its junction with Rathmore Close for a distance of 9 metres in a westerly direction
RATHMORE ROAD On its east side from its junction with Rathmore Close for a distance of 15 metres in a northerly direction
RAYLEIGH CLOSE On its north side from the centreline of Newton Road for a distance of 18 metres in a westerly direction
RAYLEIGH CLOSE On its south side from the centreline of Newton Road for a distance of 8.5 metres in a westerly direction
RED CROSS LANE On both sides from a point 21 metres southwest of the centreline of Hills Road northeastwards to its junction with Hills Road
RED CROSS LANE On its south side from a point 198 metres southwest of the centreline of Hills Road southwestwards to its most southwesterly point
RED CROSS LANE On its south side from a point 97 metres southwest of the centreline of Hills Road for a distance of 31 metres in a southwesterly direction
RED CROSS LANE On its north side from a point 105 metres southwest of the centreline of Hills Road for a distance of 23 metres in a southwesterly direction
RUTHERFORD ROAD
north-south arm
On both sides from the centreline of Long Road for a distance of 2O metres in a northerly direction
RUTHERFORD ROAD
north—south arm
On both sides from the centreline of Long Road for a distance of 33 metres
RUTHERFORD ROAD
north-south arm
On both sides from a point 141 metres north of the centreline of Long Road northwards to its junction with Rutherford Road east-west arm
RUTHERFORD ROAD
east-west arm
On its north side from a point 13 metres west of Rutherford Road east-west arm for a distance of 25 metres in an easterly direction
RUTHERFORD ROAD
east-west arm
On its south side from a point 15 metres west of Rutherford Road east-west arm for a distance of 28 metres in an easterly direction
SCOTSDOWNE ROAD On both sides from the centreline of Alpha Terrace for a distance of 11 metres in a southerly direction
SEDLEY TAYLOR ROAD On both sides from the centreline of its junction with Long Road for a distance of 24 metres in a northerly direction
SEDLEY TAYLOR ROAD On its west side from the centreline of Long Road for a distance of 32 metres in a northerly direction
SEDLEY TAYLOR ROAD On its east side from the centreline of Long Road for a distance of 28 metres in a northerly direction
SEDLEY TAYLOR ROAD On both sides from a point 426 metres north of Long Road northwards to its junction with Luard Road
SHELFORD ROAD On both sides from its junction with Hauxton Road for a distance of 60 metres in a southerly direction.
SHELFORD ROAD On its northeast side from its junction with High Street Trumpington to a point 65 metres northwest of the centreline of Reed Close
SHELFORD ROAD On its southwest side from its junction with Hauxton Road to a point 35 metres northwest of the centreline of Cranleigh Close
STANSGATE AVENUE
(northwest/southeast arm)
On its west side from a point 13 metres northwest of the centreline of Red Cross Lanesouth eastwards to its junction with Red Cross Lane
STANSGATE AVENUE
(northwest/southeast arm)
On its east side
STANSGATE AVENUE
(northwest/southeast arm)
On all sides of the turning head at its northwestern end
STANSGATE AVENUE
(northeast/southwest arm)
On both sides from a point 11 metres northeast of the centreline of the northwest/southeast arm of Stansgate Avenue southwestwards to its junction with the northwest/southeast arm of Stansgate Avenue
STANSGATE AVENUE
(northeast/southwest arm)
On all sides of the turning head at the northeastern end
STANSGATE AVENUE
(northeast/northeastern end
On its northwestern side from a point 55 metres northeast of the centreline of the northwest/ southeast arm of Stansgate Avenue northeastwards to its most northerly point
TRUMPINGTON ROAD On its east side from a point 20 metres north of the centreline of Bentley Road southwards for 30 metres.
TRUMPINGTON ROAD On its east side from a point 15.5 metres north of the centreline of Queensway for a distance of 43 metres in a southerly direction
TRUMPINGTON ROAD On its west side from a point 10 metres south of the centreline of Chaucer Road for a distance of 51 metres in a southerly direction
TRUMPINGTON ROAD On its east side from a point 1 metre north of the centreline of Chaucer Road for a distance of 62 metres in a southerly direction
TRUMPINGTON ROAD On its west side from its junction with Brooklands Avenue to its junction with Long Road
TRUMPINGTON ROAD On its east side from its junction with Brooklands Avenue to a point 29 metres south of the centreline of Newton Road
TRUMPINGTON ROAD On its east side from a point 20 metres north of the centreline of Bentley Road southwards for 30 metres
TRUMPINGTON ROAD On its east side from a point 41 metres north of the centreline of Barrow Road for a distance of 50 metres in a southerly direction
TRUMPINGTON ROAD On its east side from a point 54 metres north of the centreline of Porson Road for a distance of 69 metres in a southerly direction
TRUMPINGTON ROAD On its east side from the centreline of Long Road for a distance of 144 metres in a northerly direction
WINCHMORE DRIVE On both sides from its junction with High Street Trumpington for a distance of 7 metres in a westerly direction.

PART 3
ROADS AND PARTS OF ROADS IN WHICH WAITING IS RESTRICTED 24 HOURS A DAY MONDAY TO SATURDAY (OTHER THAN AT PARKING PLACES, IF ANY)

HILLS ROAD On both sides from its junction with Brooklands Avenue to a point 116 metres south of its junction with Cherry Hinton Road

PARTS 4 TO 9 — Not applicable to this area.

PART 10
ROADS AND PARTS OF ROADS IN WHICH WAITING IS RESTRICTED TO 1 HOUR WITH RETURN PROHIBITED WITHIN 1 HOUR FOR 24 HOURS A DAY

HIGH STREET TRUMPINGTON On its eastern side in that part of the highway which forms the layby to the immediate north of the junction with Anstey Way

PARTS 11 TO 19 - Not applicable to this area

PART 20
ROADS AND PARTS OF ROADS IN WHICH WAITING IS RESTRICTED TO 2 HOURS WITH RETURN PROHIBITED WITHIN 1 HOUR BETWEEN 9 AM AND 5 PM MONDAYS TO SATURDAYS (OTHER THAN AT PARKING PLACES, IF ANY)

ANSTEY WAY On its north side from a point 10 metres east of its junction with High Street Trumpington for a distance of 25 metres in an easterly direction.
ANSTEY WAY On its south side from a point 10 metres east of its junction with High Street Trumpington for a distance of 17 metres in an easterly direction.
ANSTEY WAY On its south side from a point 29 metres east of its junction with High Street Trumpington for a distance of 15 metres in an easterly direction.
ANSTEY WAY On its south side from a point 73 metres east of its junction with High Street Trumpington for a distance of 39 metres in an easterly direction.
ANSTEY WAY On its north side from a point 21 metres east of the centreline of High Street Trumpington for a distance of 22 metres in an easterly direction
ANSTEY WAY On its south side from a point 21 metres east of the centreline of High Street Trumpington for a distance of 14 metres in an easterly direction
ANSTEY WAY On its south side from a point 41 metres east of the centreline of High Street Trumpington for a distance of 6 metres in an easterly direction
ANSTEY WAY On its south side from a point 82 metres east of the centreline of High Street Trumpington for a distance of 14 metres in an easterly direction
ANSTEY WAY On its south side from a point 103 metres east of the centreline of High Street Trumpington for a distance of 14 metres in an easterly direction

PARTS 21 to 28 Not applicable to this area

PART 28

TRUMPINGTON ROAD On its east side from a point 29 metres south of the centreline of Newton Road to a point 20 metres north of the centreline of Bentley Road
TRUMPINGTON ROAD On its east side from a point 10 metres south of the centreline of to a point 41 metres north of the centreline of Barrow Road
TRUMPINGTON ROAD On its east side from a point 9 metres south of the centreline of to a point 54 metres north of the centreline of Porson Road
TRUMPINGTON ROAD On its east side from a point 15 metres south of the centreline of to a point 144 metres north of the centreline of Long Road

PART 29
ROADS AND PARTS OF ROADS IN WHCH WAITING IS RESTRICTED BETWEEN 9.00AM AND 5.00PM MONDAYS TO FRIDAYS (OTHER THAN AT PARKING PLACES, IF ANY)

ELSWORTH PLACE
GREENLANDS On its west side from a point 10 metres southeast of the centreline of Red Cross Lane for a distanceof 79 metres in a southeasterly direction
LUARD ROAD On its north side from a point 137 metres west of the centreline of Hills Road for a distance of 98 metres in a westerly direction
LUARD ROAD On its south side from a point 32 metres west of the centreline of Hills Road for a distance of 116 metres in a westerly direction
LUARD ROAD On its south side from a point 270 metres west of the centreline of Hills Road for a distance of 98 metres in a westerly direction
LUARD CLOSE
(west—east arm)
On the north side of the west-east arm from a point 8 metres west of the centreline of the north-south arm westwards to its most westerly point
LUARD CLOSE
(west-east arm)
On the west side of the westernmost turning head from its most northerly point for a distance of 3.5 metres in a southerly direction
LUARD CLOSE
(west—east arm)
On the north side of the west-east arm from a point 8 metres east of the centreline of the north-south arm eastwards to its most easterly point
LUARD CLOSE
(west-east arm)
On the east side of the easternmost turning head from its most northerly point for a distance of 3.5 metres in a southerly direction
LUARD CLOSEOn its south side
LUARD CLOSE On all sides of the turning heads at its western and eastern ends
RED CROSS LANE On its north side from a point 21 metres southwest of the centreline of Hills Road for a distance of 84 metres in a southwesterly direction
RED CROSS LANE On its north side from a point 128 metres southwest of the centreline of Hills Road southwestards to its most southwesterly point
RUTHERFORD ROAD
north-south arm
On its west side from a point 20 metres north of the centreline of Rutherford Road northwards to its junction with the east-west arm of Rutherford Road
RUTHERFORD ROAD
east-west arm
On its south side from the centreline of the north-south arm of Rutherford Road for a distance of 14 metres in a westerly direction
RUTHERFORD ROAD
north-south arm
On its west side from a point 33 metres north of the centreline of Long Road northwards to a point 141 metres north of the centreline of Rutherford Road
RUTHERFORD ROAD
north-south arm
On its east side from a point 57 metres north of the centreline of Long Road for a distance of 26 metres in a northerly direction
SEDLEY TAYLOR ROAD On its west side from a point 108 metres north of the centreline of Long Road for a distance of 121 metres in a northerly direction
SEDLEY TAYLOR ROAD On its west side from a point 334 metres north of the centreline of Long Road for a distance of 91 metres in a northerly direction
SEDLEY TAYLOR ROAD On its east side from a point 28 metres north of the centreline of Long Road for a distance of 95 metres in a northerly direction
SEDLEY TAYLOR ROAD On its east side from a point 214 metres north of the centreline of Long Road for a distance of 130 metres in a northerly direction
STANSGATE AVENUE
(northeast/southwest/arm)
On its north side from a point 11 metres northeast of the centreline of the north west/southeast arm of Stansgate Avenue for a distance of 49 metres in a northeasterly direction

PART 33
ROADS AND PARTS OF ROADS IN WHICH WAITING IS RESTRICTED TO ONE HOUR WITH RETURN PROHIBITED WITHIN TWO HOURS FOR 24 HOURS A DAY ON ALL DAYS

HAUXTON ROAD TRUMPINGTON In the layby on its west side from a point 9.5 metres north of the centreline of Shepherd's Cottage access road northwards for 73.1 metres
HAUXTON ROAD TRUMPINGTON In the layby on its east side from a point 259.7 metres south of the centreline of Shepherd's Cottage access road southwards for 149.7 metres

PART 40
ROADS AND PARTS OF ROADS IN WHICH WAITING IS RESTRICTED BETWEEN 7.00 A.M. AND 5.00 P.M. MONDAYS TO SATURDAYS (OTHER THAN AT PARKING PLACES, IF ANY)

BENTLEY ROAD On its south side from a point 60 metres east of the centreline of Trumpington Road eastwards to a point 15 metres west of the centreline of Newton Road
BENTLEY ROAD On its south side from a point 16 metres 0 west of the centreline of Newton Road for a distance of 102 metres in an easterly and a southerly direction
NEWTON ROAD On its west side from a point 13 metres north of the centreline of Bentley Road to a point 19 metres south of the centreline of Rayleigh Close
NEWTON ROAD On its east side from a point 17 metres north of the centreline of Rayleigh Close for a distance of 168 metres in a northerly direction

PART 42
ROADS AND PARTS OF ROADS IN WHICH WAITING IS RESTRICTED TO 15 MINUTES WITH RETURN PROHIBITED WITHIN 2 HOURS BETWEEN 7.00 A.M. AND 4.00 P.M. MONDAYS TO SATURDAYS

TRUMPINGTON ROAD On its east side from a point 29 metres south of the centreline of Newton Road for a distance of 210 metres in a southerly direction

SCHEDULE 3 - LOADING PROHIBITIONS (see Articles 2 and 30)

PARTS 1 TO 3 - Not applicable to this area.

PART 1
ROADS AND PARTS OF ROADS IN WHICH WAITING IS PROHIBITED FOR THE PURPOSE OF DELIVERING OR COLLECTING GOODS OR MERCHANDISE OR LOADING OR UNLOADING VEHICLES AT ALL TIMES

HIGH STREET TRUMPINGTON On both sides from a point 13 metres north of the centreline of Alpha Terrace for a distance of 51 metres in a southerly direction
SHELFORD ROAD On its northeast side from a point 77 metres southeast of the centreline of Cranleigh Close for a distance of 65 metres in a southeasterly direction
TRUMPINGTON ROAD On both sides from a point 13 metres north of the centreline of Newton Road for a distance of 42 metres in a southerly direction
TRUMPINGTON ROAD On both sides from a point 41 metres north of the centreline of Barrow Road for a distance of 50 metres in a southerly direction
TRUMPINGTON ROAD On both sides from a point 41 metres north of the centreline of Porson Road for a distance of 69 metres in a southerly direction

PART 4
ROADS AND PARTS OF ROADS IN WHICH WAITING IS PROHIBITED FOR THE PURPOSE OF DELIVERING OR COLLECTING GOODS OR MERCHANDISE OR LOADING OR UNLOADING VEHICLES DURING THE HOURS OF 8.30AM TO 9.30AM AND 5.00PM TO 6.30PM MONDAYS TO SATURDAYS

HILLS ROAD On both sides from its junction with Brooklands Avenue to a point 38.7 metres south of its junction with Cherry Hinton Road
HILLS ROAD On its west side from its junction with Brooklands Avenue southwards to a point 78 metres south of the centreline of Homerton Street
HILLS ROAD On its east side from its junction with Brooklands Avenue southwards to a point 38.7 metres south of its junction with Cherry Hinton Road

PART 13
ROADS AND PARTS OF ROADS IN WHICH WAITING IS PROHIBITED FOR THE PURPOSE OF DELIVERING OR COLLECTING GOODS OR MERCHANDISE OR LOADING OR UNLOADING VEHICLES DURING THE HOURS OF 7.00 AM TO 7.00 PM MONDAYS TO SATURDAYS

TRUMPINGTON ROAD On its east side from a point 29 metres south of the centreline of Newton Road to a point 20 metres north of the centreline of Bentley Road
TRUMPINGTON ROAD On its east side from a point 10 metres south of the centreline of to a point 41 metres north of the centreline of Barrow Road
TRUMPINGTON ROAD On its east side from a point 9 metres south of the centreline of to a point 54 metres north of the centreline of Porson Road
TRUMPINGTON ROAD On its east side from a point 15 metres south of the centreline of to a point 144 metres north of the centreline of Long Road

SCHEDULE 4 - URBAN CLEARWAY (see Articles 2 and 31 to 35)

PART 1
ROADS AND PARTS OF ROADS IN WHICH STOPPING IS PROHIBITED BETWEEN 8.15AM AND 9.15AM, AND BETWEEN 5.00PM AND 6.00PM MONDAYS TO SATURDAYS

HIGH STREET TRUMPINGTON On both sides from a point 25 metres south of its junction with Long Road to a point 25 metres north of its junction with Shelford Road

PART 6
ROADS AND PARTS OF ROADS IN WHICH STOPPING IS PROHIBITED BETWEEN 7.00 AM AND 09.30 AM AND BETWEEN 4.00 PM AND 7.00 PM MONDAYS TO FRIDAYS

HIGH STREET TRUMPINGTON From its junction with Trumpington Road to its junction with Shelford Road
SHELFORD ROAD From its junction with Hauxton Road to its junction with Reed Close
TRUMPINGTON ROAD From its junction with Brooklands Avenue to its junction with High Street Trumpington
TRUMPINGTON ROAD From its junction with Brooklands Avenue to a point 29 metres south of the centreline of Newton Road
TRUMPINGTON ROAD From a point 239 metres south of the centreline of Newton Road to its junction with High Street Trumpington

PART 8
ROADS AND PARTS OF ROADS IN WHICH STOPPING IS PROHIBITED BETWEEN 7.00 A.M. AND 09.30 A.M. AND BETWEEN 4.00 P.M. AND 7.00 P.M. MONDAYS TO FRIDAYS AND IN WHICH WAITING IS PERMITTED FOR 15 MINUTES WITH RETURN PROHIBITED WITHIN 2 HOURS BETWEEN 7.00 A.M. AND 4.00 P.M. MONDAYS TO SATURDAYS

TRUMPINGTON ROAD On its east side from a point 29 metres south of the centreline of Newton Road for a distance of 210 metres in a southerly direction

SCHEDULE 5 - BUS STOP CLEARWAY (see Articles 2 and 36 to 38)

HIGH STREET TRUMPINGTON From its junction with Church Lane to a point 33.22 metres southwest of its junction with Wingate Way
HIGH STREET TRUMPINGTON From its junction with Trumpington Road to its junction with Shelford Road
HILLS ROAD From its junction with Babraham Road to its junction with Brooklands Avenue
NEWTON ROAD
SHELFORD ROAD From its junction with Hauxton Road to its junction with the City boundary
TRUMPINGTON ROAD From its junction with Brooklands Avenue to its junction with High Street Trumpington

SCHEDULES 6 TO 18 - Not applicable to this area.

SCHEDULE 6 - ONE WAY STREETS (see Articles 2 and 39 to 41)

Column 1Column 2
CHURCH LANE, TRUMPINGTON
(from a point 52 metres southwest of the centreline of High Street, Trumpington to its junction with High Street, Trumpington)
From southwest to northeast

SCHEDULE 13 - DISABLED PERSONS PARKING PLACES (see Articles 2 and 106 to 112)

Column 1Column 2
No. of parking place Each area described below in this column being an area forming part of the carriageway of the specified highway is designated as a disabled persons parking place
1 All that part of the layby on the north side of ALPHA TERRACE which is bounded on the north by so much of the edge of the carriageway of that highway as extends from a point 229 metres east of the centreline of its junction with High Street Trumpington for a distance of 5.5 metres in an easterly direction and which has a width throughout of 2 metres
1 All that part of the south side of RATHMORE ROAD which is bounded on the south by so much of the edge of the carriageway of that highway as extends from a point 179.5 metres east of the centreline of Hills Road for a distance of 5.5 metres in an easterly direction and which has a width throughout of 2 metres

SCHEDULE 15 - PUBLIC SERVICE VEHICLE PARKING PLACES (see Articles 2 and 119 to 128)

PARTS 1 and 2 - Not applicable to this area

PART 3
NEWTON ROAD BUS LAYOVER PERMIT HOLDERS VEHICLES PARKING PLACES

Column 1Column 2
No. of parking place Each area of the highway described below in this column, being an area forming part of the carriageway of a specified highway is designated as a public service vehicle parking place
1 All that part of the south side of NEWTON ROAD which is bounded on the south by so much of the edge of the carriageway of that highway as extends from a point 49 metres east of the centreline of Trumpington Road for a distance of 14 metres in an easterly direction and which has a width throughout of 2.0 metres

SCHEDULE 16 - NO ENTRY (see Articles 2 and 129 to 131)

PART 2
ROADS AND PARTS OF ROADS TO WHICH ENTRY EXCEPT FOR PEDAL CYCLES IS PROHIBITED AT THE LOCATION AND FROM THE DIRECTIONS SPECIFIED

CHURCH LANE At its junction with High Street Trumpington from all directions
MARIS LANE At a point 68.5 metres northwest of the centerline of High Street Trumpington from the northeast
PAGET ROAD
(outside nos. 133/135 Paget Road at the junction of Paget Road with that part of Paget Road which lies adjacent to nos. 133/135 Paget Road and forms the access to Cambridge Professional Development Centre)
From that part of Paget Road and Foster Road which lies to the south and west of that point

SCHEDULE 17 - PROHIBITED TURNS (see Articles 2 and 132 to 136)

PARTS 1 TO 4 — Not applicable to this area

PART 4
ROADS OR PARTS OF ROADS INTO WHICH A U-TURN IS PROHIBITED

Column 1Column 2
HAUXTON ROAD At its junction with the Waitrose site
WAITROSE SITE At its junction with Hauxton Road

PART 5
ROADS AND PARTS OF ROADS INTO WHICH A LEFT TURN IS PROHIBITED

Column 1Column 2
HILLS ROADFrom Queen Edith's Way

SCHEDULE 19 - LIMITED ACCESS (see Articles 2 and 140 to 143)

PART 1
ROADS AND PARTS OF ROADS SUBJECT TO LIMITED ACCESS AT ANY TIME FOR ALL DAYS

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ELSWORTH PLACE141 a,b,c,d,e,f142 m

SCHEDULE 20 - BOX JUNCTIONS (see Articles 2, 144 and 145)

CHERRY HINTON ROAD The boxed area at its junction with Hills Road
HILLS ROAD The boxed area at its junction with Cherry Hinton Road

SCHEDULE 21 - Not applicable to this area.

SCHEDULE 21 - BUS/CYCLE LANE (see Articles 2 and 146 to 148)

PART 2
ROADS AND PARTS OF ROADS ON WHICH ANY VEHICLE OTHER THAN A PEDAL CYCLE OR BUS OR HACKNEY CARIAGE OR LICENSED HIRE CAR IS PROHIBITED BETWEEN 7.00 AM AND 7.00 PM MONDAYS TO SATURDAYS

SHELFORD ROAD On the southwestern side of the carriageway from a point 90 metres northwest of the centreline of Reed Close to a point 35 metres northwest of the centreline of Cranleigh Close
SHELFORD ROAD On the southwest side of the carriageway from its junction with Exeter Close to a point 35 metres northwest of the centreline of Cranleigh Close
TRUMPINGTON ROAD On the east side of the carriageway from a point 29 metres south of the centreline of Newton Road to a point 144 metres north of the centreline of Long Road
TRUMPINGTON ROAD On the east side of the carriageway from a point 239 metres south of the centreline of Newton Road to a point 44 metres north of the centreline of Long Road

PART 5
ROADS AND PARTS OF ROADS ON WHICH ANY VEHICLE OTHER THAN A PEDAL CYCLE OR BUS OR HACKNEY CARIAGE OR LICENSED HIRE CAR IS PROHIBITED BETWEEN 7.00 AM AND 7.00 PM MONDAYS TO SATURDAYS AND IN WHICH WAITING IS PERMITTED FOR 15 MINUTES WITH RETURN PROHIBITED WITHIN 2 HOURS BETWEEN 7.00 A.M. AND 4.00 P.M. MONDAYS TO SATURDAYS

TRUMPINGTON ROAD On its east side from a point 29 metres south of the centreline of Newton Road for a distance of 210 metres in a southerly direction

SCHEDULE 22 - DUAL USE CYCLE TRACK (see Articles 2, 149 and 150)

ANSTEY WAY The footway on its south side from its junction with High Street Trumpington for a distance of 53 metres in an easterly direction
CHAUCER ROAD The footway on its south side from its junction with Trumpington Road to its junction with Chaucer Close
HIGH STREET TRUMPINGTON The footway on its east side from its junction with Shelford Road to its junction with Anstey Way
HIGH STREET TRUMPINGTON The footway on its west side from its junction with Trumpington Road to its junction with Winchmore Drive
HIGH STREET TRUMPINGTON The footway on its west side from a point 7 metres south of the centreline of Gazeley Road for a distance of 33 metres in southerly direction
HIGH STREET TRUMPINGTON The footway on its west side from a point 47 metres north of the centreline of Winchmore Drive southwards for 67 metres
HIGH STREET TRUMPINGTON The footway on its west side from the centerline of its junction with Maris Lane for a distance of 31 metres in a sounterly direction
HILLS ROAD The footway on its west side from its junction with Luard Road to a point 38 metres north of its junction with Purbeck Road.
HILLS ROAD On its west side from a point 55 metres south of the centreline of its junction with Brooklands Avenue southwards for 35 metres
HILLS ROAD On its east side from a point 55 metres south of the centreline of its junction with Brooklands Avenue southwards for 5 metres
MARIS LANE The footway on its southwest side from the centerline of its junction with High Street Trumpington for a distance of 30 metres in a northwesterly direction
SHELFORD ROAD The footway on its northeast side from a point 23 metres northwest of its junction with Bishop’s Road to its junction with High Street Trumpington
SHELFORD ROAD The footway on its northeast side from a point 14 metres northwest of the centreline of The Brambles for a distance of 27 metres in a southeastely direction
SHELFORD ROAD The footway on its northeast side from a point 66 metres southeast of the centreline of Cranleigh Close for a distance of 34 metres in a southeastely direction
SHELFORD ROAD The footway on its northeast side from a point 27 metres southeast of the centreline of Bishop’s Road for a distance of 47 metres in a southeastely direction
SHELFORD ROAD The footway on its northeast side from a point 32 metres southeast of the centreline of Exeter Close for a distance of 24 metres in a southeastely direction
SHELFORD ROAD The footway on its southwest side from a point 65 metres northwest of the centreline of The Brambles northeastwards to its junction with Hauxton Road
SHELFORD ROAD The footway on its southwest side from a point 13 metres northwest of the centreline of Cranleigh Close for a distance of 23 metres in a southeastely direction
SHELFORD ROAD The footway on its southwest side from a point 60 metres southeast of the centreline of Cranleigh Close for a distance of 52 metres in a southeastely direction
SHELFORD ROAD The footway on its southwest side from a point 13 metres northwest of the centreline of Bishop’s Road to a point 13 metres southeast of the centreline of Exeter Close
SHELFORD ROAD The footway On its southwest side from a point 13 metres northwest of the centreline of Merryvale for a distance of 26 metres in a southeastely direction
TRUMPINGTON ROAD The footway on its east side from its junction with Brooklands Avenue southwards for a distance of 55 metres.
TRUMPINGTON ROAD The footway on its west side from its junction with Brooklands Avenue to its junction with High Street Trumpington.
TRUMPINGTON ROAD The footway on its east side from a point 31 metres north of the centreline of Newton Road for a distance of 44 metres in a southerly direction
TRUMPINGTON ROAD The footway on its east side from a point 13 metres north of the centreline of Barrow Road southwards to its junction with Barrow Road
TRUMPINGTON ROAD The footway on its east side from a point 27 metres north of the centreline of Porson Road southwards to its junction with Porson Road
TRUMPINGTON ROAD The footway on its west side from its junction with Brooklands Avenue to a point 59 metres north of the centreline of Latham Road
TRUMPINGTON ROAD The footway on its west side from a point 7 metres north of the centreline of Latham Road for a distance of 35 metres in a southerly direction
TRUMPINGTON ROAD The footway on its west side from a point 23 metres north of the centreline of Porson Road for a distance of 67 metres in a northerly direction
TRUMPINGTON ROAD The footway on its west side from a point 6.5 metres south of the centreline of Gazeley Road for a distance of 35 metres in a southerly direction

SCHEDULE 23 - CYCLE LANES (see (see Articles 2 and 151 to 154))

PART 1 - Not applicable to this area.

PART 1
CONTRA-FLOW CYCLE LANE

CHURCH LANE, TRUMPINGTON On its southeast side from a point 52 metres southwest of the centreline of High Street, Trumpington to its junction with High Street, Trumpington

PART 2
MANDATORY WITH FLOW CYCLE LANE

HIGH STREET TRUMPINGTON On the eastern side from a point 50 metres north of its junction with Wingate Way to its junction with Alpha Terrace in a southerly direction.
HIGH STREET TRUMPINGTON On its east side from its junction with Long Road to a point 50 metres north of the centreline of Wingate Way
HILLS ROAD On its east side from a point 57 metres north of its junction with Elsworth Place to a point 110 metres north of its junction with Queen Edith's Way.
HILLS ROAD On its east side from its junction with Long Road to its junction with Addenbrookes roundabout.
HILLS ROAD On its west side from a point 17 metres south of its junction with Brooklands Avenue for a distance of 48 metres in a southerly direction.
HILLS ROAD On its west side from Addenbrookes roundabout to a point 60 metres south of its junction with Long Road.
HILLS ROAD On its west side from its junction with Long Road to a point 38 metres north of its junction with Purbeck Road.
HILLS ROAD On its west side from a point 60 metres south of the centreline of Homerton Street for a distance of 43 metres in a southerly direction
HILLS ROAD On its east side from a point 11 metres south of the centreline of Homerton Street for a distance of 47 metres in a southerly direction
HILLS ROAD On its east side from a point 73 metres south of the centreline of Homerton Street for a distance of 20 metres in a southerly direction
HILLS ROAD On its east side from a point 38 metres north of the centreline of Homerton Street for a distance of 16 metres in a southerly direction
HILLS ROAD On its west side from a point 38 metres north of the centreline of its junction with Homerton Street northwards for 183 metres
HILLS ROAD On its east side from a point 3 metres _south of the centreline of its junction with Brooklands Avenue southwards for 30 metres
HILLS ROAD On its east side from a point 80 metres south of the centreline of its junction with Brooklands Avenue southwards for 131 metres
SHELFORD ROAD On its southwest side from its junction with High Street, Trumpington southeastwards to its junction with Cambridge Road, Great Shelford
SHELFORD ROAD On its northeast side from a point 23 metres northwest of its junction with Bishop’s Road southwestwards to its junction with Cambridge Road, Great Shelford
SHELFORD ROAD On both sides from a point 78 metres northwest of the centreline of Reed Close southeastwards to its junction with Cambridge Road Great Shelford
SHELFORD ROAD On its southwest side from a point 70 metres northwest of the centreline of Cranleigh Close to its junction with High Street Trumpington
SHELFORD ROAD On its northeast side from a point 78 metres northwest of the centreline of Reed Close southeastwards to its junction with Cambridge Road Great Shelford
SHELFORD ROAD On its southwest side from its junction with Exeter Close southeastwards to its junction with Cambridge Road Great Shelford
SHELFORD ROAD On its southwest side from a point 70 metres northwest of the centreline of Cranleigh Close to its junction with High Street Trumpington
TRUMPINGTON ROAD On its west side from the centreline of its junction with Queensway to its junction with Latham Road
TRUMPINGTON ROAD On its east side from its junction with Brooklands Avenue to its junction with Newton Road

PART 3
MANDATORY WITH FLOW OFFSET CYCLE LANE

HILLS ROAD On its west side from a point 332 metres north of the centreline of its junction with Homerton Street northwards for 15 metres
HILLS ROAD On its east side from a point 252 metres south of the centreline of its junction with Brooklands Avenue southwards for 84 metres

SCHEDULE 24 - Not applicable to this area.

SCHEDULE 25 - REVOCATION (see Article 56)

TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDERS AND BYELAWS REVOKED IN WHOLE OR IN PART BY THIS ORDER

Title of Order:
THE CITY OF CAMBRIDGE AREA G (CONSOLIDATION) ORDER 1991
THE CITY OF CAMBRIDGE AREA G (CONSOLIDATION) ORDER 1991 (AMENDMENT NO.2) ORDER 1992
THE CITY OF CAMBRIDGE AREA G (CONSOLIDATION) ORDER 1991 (AMENDMENT NO.4) ORDER 1992
THE CITY OF CAMBRIDGE AREA G (CONSOLIDATION) ORDER 1991 (AMENDMENT NO.5) ORDER 1993
THE CITY OF CAMBRIDGE AREA G (CONSOLIDATION) ORDER 1991 (AMENDMENT NO.7) ORDER 1993

SCHEDULE 31 - PROHIBITION OF DRIVING (see Articles 2 and 205 to 208)

PARTS 1 and 2 — Not applicable to this area

PART 3
ROADS AND PARTS OF ROADS IN WHICH ANY VEHICLE IS PROHIBITED TO PROCEED AT ANY TIME ON ALL DAYS

ROBINSON WAY From a point 67 metres south of the centreline of its junction with Long Road to its junction with the main hospital access road at Hills Road
PUDDICOMBE WAY From its junction with Robinson Way to its junction with Adrian Way
UNNAMED ROAD (PART OF THE HOSPITAL PERIPHERAL ROUTE — CONTINUATION OF PUDDICOMBE WAY) From its junction with Adrian Way to the main hospital access road at Hills Road
SOUTHERN PERIMETER ROAD (ALSO KNOWN AS SOUTHERN ACCESS ROAD) From its junction with Francis Crick Avenue to its junction with Robinson Way
FRANCIS CRICK AVENUE (FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE BOULEVARD) From its junction with Addenbrookes Road (formerly known as Addenbrooke’s Access Road) to its junction with Robinson Way
ADRIAN WAY From its junction with Long Road to its junction with Puddicombe Way