10/03/2018 - Traffic Sensitive Streets Consultation
East Sussex Highways are carrying out a consultation regarding Traffic Sensitive Streets.
What are traffic sensitive streets?
Under Section 64 of the New Roads and Street Works Act 1991, a Highway Authority may designate certain streets (or part of streets) as Traffic Sensitive. This allows heavily trafficked roads to be identified as requiring Works Promoters (such as utility companies) to give greater advanced warning of proposed works or activities. Although the Highway Authority cannot prevent works happening on these streets, it has greater control over times and duration of works.
The last full review of Traffic Sensitive Streets 12 years ago and are now looking for your views on traffic sensitive streets.
You can find all of the information and list of proposed changes, and a link to the consultation pages here: