Public Notice of Temporary Prohibition Traffic order – 2 May 2019
THE BOROUGH OF NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE
THE NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE BOROUGH COUNCIL
(ANNUAL BARRIER TESTS AT LEVEL CROSSINGS, GRIMSBY & STALLINGBOROUGH
– TTRO 19-045)
(TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC) ORDER 2019
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the North East Lincolnshire Borough Council has made, an Order, the effect of which will be to prohibit any vehicle, pedestrian or cycle from proceeding across the below mentioned Level Crossings on the dates and times specified:
NR0340 – Kiln Lane Level Crossing, Kiln Lane, Stallingborough
Between 07:00hrs and 15:00hrs on Tuesday 14th May 2019
NR0424 – Marsh Lane Level Crossing, South Marsh Lane, Stallingborough
Between 07:00hrs and 15:00hrs on Monday 13th May 2019
NR0425 – Woad Lane Level Crossing, Woad Lane, Great Coates
Between 07:00hrs and 15:00hrs on Tuesday 7th May 2019
NR0440 – Marsh Lane Level Crossing, South Marsh Lane, Stallingborough
Between 23:30hrs Saturday 25th May and 09:00hrs Sunday 26th May 2019
The temporary prohibitions are required to safely facilitate Annual Barrier Tests at the crossing at the level crossing sites above. Diversion routes will be signposted and published online at: www.roadworks.org and https://www.nelincs.gov.uk/category/public-notice/. The dates and times above are correct at the point of print however should weather or any other conditions impact the works they will go ahead when it is safe to do so.
The Order will come into operation on TUESDAY 7th MAY 2019, and will continue in force for a period not exceeding eighteen months unless extended for a further period by the Secretary of State for Transport, or until completion of the works (whichever is the earlier). The road will be reopened as soon as possible.
A copy of the Order may be inspected online at the Municipal Offices, Town Hall Square, Grimsby during normal office hours. For further information you may, if you wish, telephone Network Rail Contractors (01777) 705053 for an explanation of the proposals.
Dated this 2nd day of May, 2019.
Rob G. Walsh
Town Hall Square