Conservation & Access Projects Our access projects Bridge of Earn to Newburgh Active Travel Route Phase 1A - Old Edinburgh Road - Road Hump Consultation PERTH & KINROSS COUNCIL Old Edinburgh Road The Road Humps (Scotland) Regulations 1998 Please note: this consultation is now closed. The Council propose to introduce a Road Hump within Old Edinburgh Road, Bridge of Earn, at its junction with the A912 (Main Street), Bridge or Earn. Consultation in line with Section 37 of the Roads Scotland Act, parts 1a, 1b & 3 has been fulfilled and no objection was received from the statutory consultees consulted in the first stage – this period closed on 23rd July. This notice represents Stage 2 (parts 2a, 2b and 3) and consultation with road users. Background to the Proposed Road Hump This Road Hump (Pedestrian Priority Table) is proposed to support the extension of the Bridge of Earn active travel facility along the A912 towards Abernethy to provide a continuous active travel facility, to support local traffic speed control and enhance the feeling of active travel user’s safety within this complex staggered junction arrangement. Dimensions A 1.2 metre ramp will be provided to access the 85mm high Road Hump on the approach from the A912. The Old Edinburgh Road approach to the ramp will be formed by extending the existing Old Edinburgh Road gradient onto the Road Hump plateau. List of Roads Affected by the Proposed Road Hump Old Edinburgh Road, Bridge of Earn A912 (Main St), Bridge of Earn Thank you everyone who submitted comments on this consultation. It is now closed. Full details of the designs can be viewed in the below maps. Click on any of the maps to view them larger or download them. Alternatively copies are available for viewing from Earn Community Council [email protected] Should you require any further information or clarification on any points arising from the proposals, contact [email protected] or telephone 01738 475348.