Chasse Brunet traffic measures (FOI)
Chasse Brunet traffic measures (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by Government of Jersey and published on 23 February 2021.
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Chasse Brunet in St Saviour
What was the total cost of the original installation of the wooden gate and who financed the costs?
In 2020 a single post was added to the structure. What was the individual cost of that post to be installed, who installed it, who authorised its installation and how many man hours in total were incurred in the decision making process through to installation?
In late 2020 or early 2021 this single post was removed. At what cost was the post removed, who authorised its removal, who carried out its removal, how many man hours were incurred in the decision through to implementation of the removal?
In 2021 a new post was installed on the kerbside of the gate structure. What was the total cost for the installation of this new post, who authorised the installation, who carried out the installation and how many man hours from decision to implementation were incurred?
How many moped users have been caught going all the way through Chasse Brunet since the gate was originally installed?
Assuming moped riders have been using Chasse Brunet as a through road, how many have been stopped, spoken to, given words of advice, required to attend a Parish Hall Enquiry, fined, had licences sanctioned?
What is the total receipt of fines from moped riders using Chasse Brunet as a through road since the installation of the original gate.
How many complaints have been received regarding moped users using Chasse Brunet as a through road since the installation of the original gate?
How many collisions, incidents, crashes have been recorded involving mopeds on Chasse Brunet since the installation of the original gate?
Infrastructure, Housing and Environment (IHE) invoiced the Parish of St. Saviour £15,000.39 in September 2019 for the Chasse Brunet scheme. This includes the cost of the gate itself, creation of a turning space, statutory signage and fees for the design, construction and the safety audit. IHE engineers’ and surveyors’ time is not included. As this is a Parish road, all the work undertaken by IHE was carried out in conjunction with the Parish as part of the ‘Safer routes to School’ scheme.
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The Government of Jersey and States of Jersey Police do not hold any information relating to this question. The Parish of St Saviour may hold some data relating to this matter and you may wish to send this part of your request to them. See response B to D above for contact details.
The Government of Jersey and States of Jersey Police to not hold any information relating to complaints or reports about mopeds traveling along this route. The Parish of St Saviour may hold some data relating to this matter and you may wish to send this part of your request to them. See response B to D above for contact details.
The Government of Jersey and the States of Jersey Police do not hold any information relating to this question. The Honorary Police in St Saviour may have some record of individual officers dealing with incidents but none have been reported for prosecution by the States of Jersey Police. Again, you may wish to contact the Parish at the contact details provided above.