PRESTON traffic campaigners are holding a Public Meeting to consider next steps. Meanwhile, the Conservative Group have issued a statement.
THE PRESTON R.A.T.S. campaign, organised by the Preston Traffic and Safety Group, hits County Hall tomorrow! It will take its case to the East Riding of Yorkshire Council at the full council meeting.
Preston protest held during ‘rush hour’: Up to 30-40 residents formed a protest group on the narrow pathways adjacent to Kirk Road tonight.
The campaign to resolve Preston’s ongoing traffic complaints has just stepped up a gear – enter the Preston RATS!
ERYC officers have apparently cast doubt on whether funding will be available for Preston’s ‘urgent’ traffic review.
GRAHAM STUART MP was in Preston at lunchtime on Friday to see for himself some of the problems faced by the village with the flow of traffic.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Planning Committee has approved planning permission to build a new crematorium to be called “Lelley Fields” in Holderness.
Councillor John Dennis in his speech today as South West Holderness representative will ask the council for additional investments in the local highways network as a planning condition of granting permission to build the new crematorium.
“Pathetic!” was the retort of Preston traffic campaigner after studying the proposed Crematorium ‘Road Safety’ reviews published by consultants on behalf of East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
Councillor Dennis said: “Residents of the region will be pleased to hear about the East Riding’s proposals on the various investigations being carried out as part of the process. In particular, the section that a feasibility study on my proposal to create a bypass is to be taken seriously after many years of trying to get meaningful talks started.
Preston Traffic Group (PTG) has been formed to tackle concerns in the village about the volume of traffic through the place. To raise funds the group has organised a Quiz Night on Saturday 15th June 2019 starting at 7.30 in the Preston Community Hall – there will be a raffle and licensed bar.
FOLLOWING OUR article in July on Monster Wheels accident risk in Preston and our request for information on traffic flows through the village, the East Riding Council has provided the following data about the overall numbers of crashes, which shows five serious accidents and fourteen slight accidents since 2006: Do these figures […]