Havre des Pas public consultation (FOI)
Havre des Pas public consultation (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by Government of Jersey and published on 14 February 2022.
Prepared internally, no external costs.
The results of the public consultation on the Havre des Pas traffic calming measures have now been published.
The report on the consultation says (at par 4.4) 'The location, number and design of the crossings will be subject to further scrutiny and a full Road Safety Audit process'.
Can I please have:
Details of the 'further scrutiny' carried out
It is assumed that the 'Road Safety Audit Process' will have been documented in some way - may I please have a copy of that documentation and details of people involved in the process (I understand that you will not be able to give names, their roles will suffice)
Can I please have a summary timeline showing key dates in the process - the end of the consultation, the completion of the report on the consultation by WSP, date of publication of the report on the consultation on gov.je, dates of further key meetings and discussions, date of the completion of the 'Road Safety Audit Process', dates of discussions and meeting relating to any subsequent amendments to the proposals, date of approval of the final plans and date of appointment of contractors to undertake the work.
All projects carried out by the Operations and Transport Group, of Infrastructure, Housing and Environment follow a project design and development process.
Following consultation, completion of feasibility and outline design investigations took place. These included:
- proximity to bus stops, adjacent accesses, known development sites, drainage etc.
- proposed length and height of the raised table/junction features
- review of the various design specifics including:
- existing ground level modelling
- table level design and level modelling
- detailed drainage design
- structural details
- integration into resurfacing project
- contract preparation
- specification preparation
- outline programme preparation
- health and safety file preparation.
Please see attached documents which provide the information requested.
Road Safety Audit Policy
The Road Safety Audit (RSA) in relation to the original traffic calming scheme dated November 2021
February 2022 revised RSA following amendments to the scheme.
The Government of Jersey's Highway Team work in accordance with the Road Safety Audit Policy provided, and project management governance procedures tailored to highway projects.
Personal information has been redacted from the attached documents in accordance with Article 25 of the Freedom of Information (Jersey) Law 2011.
Further information regarding amendments to the scheme is publicly available on www.gov.je in a previous Freedom of Information response. As the information is accessible by other means, Article 23 of the Freedom of Information (Jersey) Law 2011 applies.
Havre des Pas traffic calming measures (FOI)
A timeline in relation to Minister for Infrastructure briefings and decisions is available in the above Freedom of Information response. As the information is accessible by other means, Article 23 of the Freedom of Information (Jersey) Law 2011 applies.
The table below provides further key times lines and this information should be integrated with list of already available Ministerial briefings and decisions.
Timeline of key dates re Havre Des Pas Traffic calming scheme
Community engagement commenced (original Scheme)
Community engagement closed
WSP issue draft summary of engagement responses to GOJ officers (original scheme)
WSP issue final report on engagement to GOJ officers (original scheme)
Combined Stage 1 and 2 Road Safety Audit commenced (original scheme)
WSP issue a combined Stage 1 and 2 RSA Report to GOJ offices (original scheme)
Contract with Main Contractor for carrying out all the works signed by Director General Infrastructure Housing and Environment.
Community engagement response published
Project commenced on site (revised scheme)
Combined Stage 1 and 2 Road Safety Audit (revised scheme)
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