Tuesday, 14 February 2012

Lights on the park and ride

We have been informed about the lights being left on at the park and ride on 9th of March On Friday 9th March Bath Rugby are playing in the LV= cup semi-final against Leicester.  The game kicks off at 7:30pm.   The city will already be busy with early arrivals for the Bath Half Marathon on the following Sunday, and to avoid excessive traffic congestion on that Friday evening it is proposed to operate the Bath Park & Ride services later than normal, with a last bus from the city at 10:30pm.  This will also involve the sites being illuminated later than normal.

Sunday, 12 February 2012

Wansdyke Road pot holes

Although the council has filled a few in, a lot more have appeared. We have reported them to the Council for repair.

500th Post

A small milestone, hope you have found these posts useful.

Nigel and Steve

Tree at Bloomfield Rise

We have reported the tree in Bloomfield Rise to the council. Hopefully it isn't too damaged.

Saturday, 4 February 2012

Snowing in Bath

We have received this email from the council's highways department

With regards to today, due to the cold temperatures during this week the road surfaces are very cold and overnight the road temperature could be as low as -9c. Air temperatures are due to fall to -5c

A few key pieces of information in the event of any enquiries.      

Our crews have salted the network regularly during the current cold spell, we will salt again tonight, there is good bed of salt down in advance of any snow.     

The Council salt stock is at maximum capacity, we track the weather forecast and monitor our salt supply and as a result a 500 tonne ‘top up’ was delivered this morning.

The Council out of hours highways service is available across the weekend will undertake any gritting as necessary.

The snow wardens have been e-mailed and made aware of the weather forecast in order that they can make any necessary preparations.

At present, any snowfall on Saturday is not expected to have an impact on Monday.

Pennyquick to be 50 mph ?


Bath and North East Somerset Council proposes to make an order under section 84 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 as amended, the effect of which will be that it is prohibited to drive a motor vehicle at a speed exceeding 50 miles per hour on that length of Pennyquick Hill, Bath which extends from a point 37 metres northwest of its junction with Poolemead Road in a north westerly direction to its junction with the A4 Bristol Road.   

Full details of the proposals are contained in the draft order, which together with a map and a Statement of the Council's Reasons for proposing to make the order may be inspected at The Planning Desk, Council Connect,  The Guildhall, High Street, Bath and at the offices below during normal office hours.   



Objections and representations with respect to the proposal, together with the grounds on which they are made must be sent by 9th February 2012 either in writing to the Transportation Team at the address below, or by email to transportation@bathnes.gov.uk.  Please quote the title of the scheme; (Pennyquick Hill, Bath) (50 m.p.h. Speed Limit) Order 201- and the reference PEV8035/AC.   

For any queries concerning this proposal please telephone 01225 394208. Please note that all representations received may be considered in public by the Council and that the substance of any representation together with the name and address of the person making it, could become available for public inspection.