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Welsh Transport Planning and Appraisal Guidance - WelTAG

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WelTAG is the Welsh Transport Planning Appraisal Guidance. It has been developed by the Welsh Assembly Government with the intention that it is applied to all transport strategies, plans and schemes being promoted or requiring funding from the Welsh Assembly Government.

Primary Doc. 17/06/08 Add icon
Home to School Transport Risk Assessments

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This guidance describes the Welsh Assembly Government’s interpretation of the law for school transport and provides a policy view about how local authorities should discharge their legal duties. The guidance is provided in response to recommendations made by the National Assembly’s Education and Lifelong Learning Committee’s review of school transport published in 2005. The guidance is not statutory. It does not provide a defi nitive guide to the law as this is a matter for the courts and it is not a substitute for seeking independent legal advice.

Secondary Doc. 22/04/08 Add icon
Setting Local Speed Limits in Wales

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The guidelines are to be used for setting all local speed limits on single and dual carriageway roads in both urban and rural areas. It brings together the main features of other published guidance on speed limit related issues including speed related road traffic regulation and signing, street lighting, speed limits in rural communities, and 20mph speed limits and zones. Increasing the use of 20mph limits across Wales is a One Wales commitment, we are working with Local Authorities to extend 20mph schemes and the safer routes to schools/in communities programme. The introduction of 20mph limits is generally most appropriate for non-trunk roads, although the new guidance also introduces the potential for time-bound 20mph limits on trunk roads such as at peak periods when children are either going to or from school.

Primary Doc. 01/10/09 Add icon
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