A Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) is a legal document. Under the provisions of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, local authorities can implement TROs which allows the highways authority (Cambridgeshire County Council) to:
- improve road safety
- preserve or improve the character or amenity of an area
- prevent use of a road by unsuitable vehicles
- prevent serious damage to the highway
- reduce and manage congestion
Implementing a Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) requires a statutory procedure to be followed. This includes:
Following the completion of the design, consultation must be undertaken. This will require obtaining the views of the appropriate county councillor and district / parish councils (where appropriate), the police and the emergency services. Please see our current TRO consultation section to see what consultations we are currently undertaking. The proposal may be amended following consultation.
This includes the publishing of at least one notice in the local press. The County Council will usually display notices in any roads that are affected and, if it is deemed appropriate, may deliver notices to premises likely to be affected. For at least 21 days from the start of the statutory notice period the proposal can be viewed at the appropriate district, city or county council office during normal office hours
The notices invite the public to comment on the proposals which must be made in writing to the address specified in the notice during this period. Substantial objections and contentious issues are reported to county councillors.
Making the Order
Once approved the TRO can be formally sealed and an operational date published. Should substantial changes to the TRO be required following consultation, this may necessitate a new advertisement process. This procedure can take some time to complete and the advertising and legal fees may be substantial.
Once made, it remains in force until superseded or revoked.
For information on TRO application forms in relation to third party funded schemes, please go to our Privately funded highway improvement webpage.
For further enquiries please contact [email protected] or telephone 0345 045 5212.
If you wish to object to any of the below proposed orders, please send the reason for objection by e-mail (quoting the reference number) before the closing date to [email protected].
|Reference Number||Location||Closing date for comment|
|PR0589||Malting Lane and Croft Road, Isleham||28 November 2019|
|PR0594||Mill Road, Cambridge||11 December 2019|
|PR0597||Various roads, Cambridge||11 December 2019|
|PR0598||Brewery Road, Pampisford||12 December 2019|
|PR0599||Various roads, Coveney||6 December 2019|
|PR0603||Station Road, Littleport||5 December 2019|
Proposed TRO (Reference Number PR0594) - Proposed amendment of the no loading and unloading restrictions on Mill Road, Cambridge from Monday to Saturday 8.15am - 9.15am and 5.00pm - 6.00pm to Monday to Saturday 7.30am - 9.30am and 4.30pm - 6.30pm in a number of locations on Mill Road, Cambridge between Argyle Street and Coleridge Road (see documents below for details). Closing date for comment is 11 December 2019.
Proposed TRO (Reference Number PR0597) - Proposed implementation of disabled persons parking bays in Cambridge City in the vicinity of: 9 Dunsmore Close, 145 Kings Hedges Road, 108 Sedgwick Street, 42 Kelvin Close, 11 Whitehill Close, 23 Wadloes Road and 210 Peverel Road. To replace existing residents parking with a disabled persons parking bay in the vicinity of 16 Hardwick Street. Disabled parking outside 48 York Street and 53 Stourbridge Grove will be removed. Closing date for comment is 11 December 2019.
Proposed TRO (Reference Number PR0603) - Prohibition of driving to prevent vehicles using Station Road, Littleport (the underpass) from its junction with the northern edge of the station car park access road in a north easterly direction for a distance of 42m. Closing date for comment is 5 December 2019.