The Cambridgeshire County Council in exercise of its powers under Sections 1(1) and (2), 2(1) and (2), and 4(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 ("the Act") as amended 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 20th day of September 1993 and may be cited as "The County of Cambridgeshire (Cowley Road-Milton Road Bus Link, Cambridge) (Prohibition of Entry) Order 1993".
2. For the purposes of this Order:
"Council" means the Cambridgeshire County Council
"permitted public service vehicle" means a public service vehicle upon which is displayed in the relevant position a permit issued under the provisions of Article 5 of this Order;
"public service vehicle" means a vehicle adapted or constructed to carry 8 or more passengers used in the provision of a public service not being a hackney carriage or a private hire car; and
"relevant permit position" means in the case of a public service vehicle fitted with a front windscreen, the permit is exhibited thereon with the obverse side facing forwards on the near side of and immediately behind the windscreen, and in the case of a public service vehicle not fitted with a front windscreen, the permit is exhibited in a conspicuous position on the front or near side of the vehicle.
3. Save as provided in Article 4 of this Order no person shall cause or permit any motor vehicle to enter at any time the area of carriageway delineated on the plan attached to this Order except on the direction or with the permission of a police officer in uniform or a traffic warden.
4. Nothing in Article 3 of this Order shall render it unlawful for a permitted public service vehicle to enter at its northern end the area of carriageway delineated on the plan attached to this Order providing it is for the sole purpose of gaining access to Milton Road.
5. The Council may at its absolute discretion upon application issue a permit which when displayed on a public service vehicle in the relevant permit position as prescribed in Article 2 to this Order shall qualify that public service vehicle as a permitted public service vehicle.
(i) An application for a permit shall be made on a form issued by and obtainable from the Council and shall include such information as is required to be given by such form for the issue of such permit.
(ii) The Council may at any time require an applicant for a permit to produce such evidence in respect of an application for a permit that it may reasonably require to verify any information given in the application.
(iii) Upon receipt of an application the Council may at its absolute discretion grant to the applicant a permit to enable a public service vehicle being used for or on behalf of the applicant to qualify as a permitted public service vehicle at such times and on such days and subject to any conditions as may be specified by the Council.
(iv) Every permit shall be in writing and shall include the following particulars:
(a) the name of the person or company to whom the permit was issued;
(b) details and times of any conditions which the use of the permit may be subject to; and
(c) an authentication that the permit has been issued by the Council.
The COMMON SEAL of CAMBRIDGESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL was hereunto affixed this 7th day of September 1993 in the presence of: