Bramley: New waiting restrictions aim to improve road safety in three areas

bramley shopping centre
Bramley Shopping Centre. Photo: Google

Three busy Bramley streets are set for new waiting restrictions to tackle indiscriminate and obstructive parking.

Leeds City Council has agreed to advertise traffic regulation orders to tackle access problems at a cost of £20,000. A report says the restrictions would be brought in to tackle obstructive parking in three areas:

  • Landseer Way, Bramley
  • Poplar Way, Bramley
  • Bramley Shopping Centre area

The £20,000 project comprises £7,000 works, £12,000 staff and £1,000 legal costs and is part of a citywide programme funding ten schemes at a total cost of £205,000.

The report says Bramley & Stanningley ward councillors have been campaigning to get the restrictions brought in for two years and adds:

“The projects within this report address several key concerns relating primarily to address local traffic issues including parking and the provision of a safer environment for the general public, which will contribute towards the council’s goal to reduce the numbers of people killed or seriously injured on the city’s roads.”

The full report can be read in full here.


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