Decision Maker: Director of City Development
Is Key decision?: Yes
Is subject to call in?: Yes
Approval to Spend for the UTMC General Traffic Signal Refurbishment Scheme.
The proposed scheme comprises refurbishment of traffic signals equipment at various sites across the city. Older traffic signal equipment becomes unsupported and the frequency of faults increases. Refurbishing the equipment enables newer technology to be implemented which results in more efficient operation both in terms of energy consumption and delay to road users. It also enables greater benefits to be realised from wider investment programmes.
The Chief Officer Highways and Transportation has:
a) Noted the contents of this report; and
b) Approved spending of £600,000 (inclusive of all works costs, fees and legal costs), from the Local Transport Plan Transport Policy Capital Programme for the purposes of the refurbishing existing ageing traffic signal equipment as part of the UTMC General Traffic Signal Refurbishment Scheme 2021/22.
Reason Key: Financial Impact>£500K;
Wards Affected: Beeston and Holbeck; Burmantofts and Richmond Hill; Chapel Allerton; Farnley and Wortley; Garforth and Swillington; Gipton and Harehills; Hunslet and Riverside; Little London and Woodhouse; Morley South; Otley and Yeadon; Temple Newsam;
Other reasons / organisations consulted
Executive Member for Climate Change, Transport and Sustainable Development
Contact: Joel Dodsworth, UTMC Manager Highways 0113 378 8128 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Publication date: 23/04/2021
Date of decision: 04/05/2021
Effective from: 12/05/2021