Traffic Calming Measures around Meath Green Lane

There are three sets of traffic calming proposals

In Meath Green Lane (D334) Horley
Surrey County Council in exercise of their powers under Section 90(A) to (I) inclusive of the Highways Act 1980, propose to introduce a series of physical measures to improve safety and reduce vehicle speeds in Meath Green Lane (D334), Horley. The type of physical measures and their locations are as follows. Two abreast speed cushions, which will be 75mm high, 300cm long and 160cm wide, with ramps at 1 in 8 gradients, and will be located 25m, 90m and 150m north of the junction with Landen Park Road.
A copy of the plan showing the location of the proposed measures may be may be viewed on-line at www.surreycc.gov.uk/roads-and-transport/policies-plans-consultations/roads-and-transport-consultations (follow the link to Meath Green Lane, Horley Proposals). If you are unable to access the webpage, a copy can be obtained by contacting the Traffic Regulation Orders Team, at the address below. If you wish to object to, or make representations about the proposal you must send them in writing, stating the grounds on which they are made, (1) using the online form via the webpage quoted above; or (2) to the undersigned, at Traffic Regulation Orders Team, Hazel House, Merrow Lane, Guildford, Surrey, GU4 7BQ, 

Road Safety Plan 1

Road safety Plan 2

Meath Green Lane (D334) and Webber Street Horley
(Prohibition of Turn and Entry and Revocation) Order 202-
Surrey County Council propose to make the above named Order, under Sections 1, 2 of and Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and all other enabling powers, the effect of which will be to impose the following vehicular restrictions other than for local buses - (1) prohibit a left or right turn from Meath Green Lane, Horley into Webber Street at its northernmost junction; (2) prohibit a left or right turn from Webber Street Horley into Meath Green Lane at its northernmost junction; and (3) prohibit entry into Meath Green Lane, Horley into Webber Street at its southernmost junction and from the said Webber Street into Meath Green Lane. Such restrictions shall not apply to vehicles being used for ambulance, fire brigade or police purposes in an emergency; or in relation to anything done with the permission or at the direction of a police constable in uniform; or in accordance with any restriction or requirement indicated by traffic signs placed on the road by or on behalf of Surrey Police. The Surrey County Council Webber Street Horley (Prohibition of Left and Right Turn) Order 2017 will be revoked in its entirety.
A copy of a plan showing the length of road to which the proposal relates and a Statement of the Council’s reasons for proposing to make the Order, may be viewed on-line at www.surreycc.gov.uk/roads-and-transport/policies-plans-consultations/roads-and-transport-consultations (follow the link to Meath Green Lane, Horley proposals). If you are unable to access the webpage, copies of the documents and the proposed Order can be obtained by contacting the Traffic Regulation Orders Team at the address below. If you wish to object to, or make representations relating to, the proposed Order, you must send the grounds for your objection or representation (including any in support), by (1) using the online form via the webpage quoted above; (2) in writing to the undersigned at Hazel House, Merrow Lane, Guildford, Surrey GU4 7BQ; or (3) by email at highways@surreycc.gov.uk by 15 April 2021.

Plan 1 

Plan 2

Meath Green Lane (D334) Horley
(20 mph Speed Limit and Revocation) Order 202-
Surrey County Council propose to make the above named Order, under Section 84 of and Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended) and all other enabling powers, the effect of which will be to extend the existing 20 mph speed limit in Meath Green Lane (D334) Horley, imposed by The Surrey County Council (Various Roads Reigate and Banstead) (20 mph Speed Limit) Order 2011, from a point 55m north of its junction with Landen Park to a point 930m in a generally north/easterly direction. The speed limit proposed by this Order shall not apply to vehicles used by special forces in accordance with the Road Traffic Exemptions (Special Forces) (Variation and Amendment) Regulations 2011. That part of The Borough of Reigate and Banstead (Lonesome Lane (D334) (Part) and Meath Green Lane (D334) (Part) Horley) (Restricted Road and 40 mph Speed Limit) Order 1997 will be revoked in so far as it imposes a 40 mph speed limit on part of the above length of road.
A copy of a plan showing the length of road to which the proposal relates and a Statement of the Council’s reasons for proposing to make the Order, may be viewed on-line at www.surreycc.gov.uk/roads-and-transport/policies-plans-consultations/roads-and-transport-consultations (follow the link to Meath Green Lane, Horley proposals). If you are unable to access the webpage, copies of the documents and the proposed Order can be obtained by contacting the Traffic Regulation Orders Team at the address below. If you wish to object to, or make representations relating to, the proposed Order, you must send the grounds for your objection or representation (including any in support), by (1) using the online form via the webpage quoted above; (2) in writing to the undersigned at Hazel House, Merrow Lane, Guildford, Surrey GU4 7BQ; or (3) by email at highways@surreycc.gov.uk by 15 April 2021.

 


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