News

Ceredigion, December 2017

Temporary TRO

A temporary TRO has been placed on U1056 at Nant y Moch, Ceredigion. The complete loop, highlighted, is closed. Signage has been placed w/c 27 Nov 2017, with a view to a full survey and plan of works for the Spring. Apparently Highways have had numerous reports from users, owners and public and feel it’s in the best interests of all, and long term sustainability. Please re-route if you are planning to go up that way in the next few months.

TrailWise has been updated.

North Yorkshire, August 2017

Deadmans Hill

Deadmans Hill is open! Got an email confirming that the TTRO on Deadmans has been lifted as 25 August 2017. The restriction signs will still be in place but are no longer binding, till the council gets time to remove them. This has been a long haul, especially at the start when we were getting nowhere for the first six months. I just like to thank the staff at NYCC for pulling this off and getting it reopened before the TRO deadline.

Old Roman Road

I’ve just had confirmation of a £2k donation from Glass in support of the Lane improvements on the Old Roman Road. This is just above Hawes and runs out of Bainbridge in the North Yorkshire Dales. This will go part way to funding the work to be done next month. The base layer has worn down to the soil structure underneath and could get washed away if not sorted now. As they say, prevention is better than the cure. The rest of the cash is coming from the TRF regions in the area and the local authority.

North Wales, August 2017

Happy Valley

Progress of repairs have stalled at the moment, but we will give you an update as soon as we have something to report.

Sadly another incident has been reported where people are ignoring VR. Although VR is voluntary, it is in people best interests to heed the notices. Some people have been saying, well, why isn’t there a TTRO in place? Quite simple... TTROs cost cash, and when CCs are scraping the bottom of the barrel trying to make their budgets go further, then VR seems a logical option. It is in our best interests to heed them.

Wiltshire, August 2017

Bulford 7

From the MOD: Unfortunately due to unforeseen delays with the works we have had to apply for a further extension to the TTRO with the Council. I have been advised by the Project Manager that the works will be completed by Oct – Nov.

The current situation is that the exposed material required to reinforce the crossing point is still exposed making a temporary lifting of any TTRO impossible until the works at this point are completely finished and the route is safe. Apologies for any inconvenience caused to you and your members. Bulford 7 From the MOD: Unfortunately due to unforeseen delays with the works we have had to apply for a further extension to the TTRO with the Council. I have been advised by the Project Manager that the works will be completed by Oct – Nov. The current situation is that the exposed material required to reinforce the crossing point is still exposed making a temporary lifting of any TTRO impossible until the works at this point are completely finished and the route is safe. Apologies for any inconvenience caused to you and your members.

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