Traffic Management Act 2004

House of Lords written question – answered on 5th March 2010.

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Photo of Lord Berkeley Lord Berkeley Labour

To ask Her Majesty's Government when the provisions of the Traffic Management Act 2004 relating to the civil enforcement of moving traffic contraventions, including infringements of mandatory cycle lanes, will be brought into force.

Photo of Lord Adonis Lord Adonis Secretary of State, Department for Transport, The Secretary of State for Transport

The Department for Transport is currently liaising with the Local Government Association to seek its views on the priority that its members outside London give to the introduction of the moving traffic contraventions provisions under part 6 of the Traffic Management Act 2004. A decision on the timing of implementation of these provisions will be made when these views are clear to the department.

The provisions cover a range of moving traffic contraventions as set out in Schedule 7, Part 4 of the Traffic Management Act, including those on cycle tracks and mandatory cycle lanes.

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Peter Miller
Posted on 6 Aug 2011 1:08 am (Report this annotation)

This is not the first time that legislation relating to parking has been passed but not enabled. It happen with the Road Traffic Act 1974 which would have banned all pavement parking if the relevant section (section 7) had been enabled. See http://pedestrianliberation.wordpress.com/the-law-2/ for a summary of the law in relation to parking on pavements and the historical background.