The Cambridgeshire County Council in exercise of its powers under Sections 1(1) and (2), 2(1) to (3), and 4(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 ("the Act") as amended by the Road Traffic Regulation (Parking) Act 1986 and of all other enabling powers after consultation with the chief officer of police in accordance with Part III of Schedule 9 to the Act hereby make the following Order:
1. This Order shall come into operation on the 11th day of June 2002 and may be cited as the "Cambridgeshire County Council (Cambridge Road, Milton and Cowley Road, Cambridge) (Prohibition of Driving) Order 2002".
2. In this Order:
"Council" means the Cambridgeshire County Council.
"permit" means a key issued to permit holders for the purpose of gaining access through the locked gates erected at the entrance to the length of road referred to in Article 3 of this Order;
"permit holder" means a person issued a permit by the Director of Environment and Transport of the Cambridgeshire County Council under the provisions of Article 6 of this Order.
3. Save as provided in Article 4 of this Order, no person shall cause any vehicle other than a pedal cycle to proceed in that length of road, or bridge or ramps as is carried by the road, in the Parish of Milton in the District of South Cambridgeshire, and in the City of Cambridge, in the County of Cambridgeshire delineated by hatching on the plan attached to this Order.
4. Nothing in Article 3 of this Order shall apply so as to prevent any person from causing any vehicle to proceed on the length of road referred to in that Article if the vehicle is being used by or on behalf of a permit holder.
5. The Cambridgeshire County Council shall erect lockable gates in the positions shown on the plan attached to this Order.
6. The Director of Environment and Transport of the Cambridgeshire County Council shall issue permits only to the following:
(i) landowners or tenants requiring access to land accessible only from the length of road referred to in Article 3;
(ii) Statutory Undertakers carrying out statutory duties on or adjacent to the length of road referred to in Article 3;
(iii) the Emergency Services;
(iv) Local Authorities carrying out statutory duties on the length of road referred to in Article 3;
7. The Council are satisfied that:
(i) for avoiding danger to persons or other traffic using the road to which the order relates or any other road;
(ii) for preventing the likelihood of any such danger arising;
(iii) for preventing damage to the road or buildings on or near it;
(iv) for facilitating the passage of vehicular traffic on the road;
(v) for preserving or improving the amenities of an area by prohibiting or restricting the use on a road or roads in that area of heavy commercial vehicles
it is requisite that Section 3(1) of the Act should not apply to this Order.
The COMMON SEAL of CAMBRIDGESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL was hereunto affixed this 27th day of May 2002 in the presence of: