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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

Permanent TROs

Implementing a Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) requires a statutory procedure to be followed. This includes:

Consultation

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.

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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 Members.

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Once made, it remains in force until superseded or revoked.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 Local Highway Improvement funding and third party funded schemes, please go to our Improving Highways webpage.

For further enquiries please contact [email protected] or telephone 0345 045 5212.

Find out about Temporary Traffic Regulation Orders

Proposed permanent TROs currently under consultation

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].

Proposed TRO (Reference Number PR0480) – Residents Parking Scheme in the Victoria Road area, Cambridge. Closing date for comment is 28 September 2018.

PR0480 Draft Limited Access Order

Size: 16.79 KB File format: pdf

PR0480 Draft Order

Size: 30.61 KB File format: pdf

PR0480 Plans

Size: 2.08 MB File format: pdf

PR0480 Public Notice

Size: 37.10 KB File format: pdf

PR0480 Statement of Reasons

Size: 5.80 KB File format: pdf

Proposed TRO (Reference Number PR0481) – Residents Parking Scheme in the Ascham Road area, Cambridge. Closing date for comment is 28 September 2018.

PR0481 Draft Order

Size: 30.89 KB File format: pdf

PR0481 Plans

Size: 830.29 KB File format: pdf

PR0481 Public Notice

Size: 37.52 KB File format: pdf

PR0481 Statement of Reasons

Size: 6.79 KB File format: pdf

Proposed TRO (Reference Number PR0482) – Proposed 40mph speed limit ‘buffer zones’ on the approach to Castle Camps and reinforcement of the existing 30mph speed limit in the village itself.  Closing date for comments is 10 October 2018.

PR0482 - 40mph Draft Order

Size: 11.72 KB File format: pdf

PR0482 - Plan

Size: 319.04 KB File format: pdf

PR0482 - Press Notice

Size: 111.60 KB File format: pdf

PR0482 - RR & 30mph Draft Order

Size: 16.91 KB File format: pdf

PR0482 - SLO statement of reasons

Size: 5.84 KB File format: pdf

Proposed TRO (Reference Number PR0484) – The effect of this Order will be to implement No Waiting at any time on the following roads in Cambridge; Carlton Way/Hall Farm Way, Erasmus Close, Fendon Close, Gunhild Way, Logan’s Way, Woodhead Drive/Robert Jennings Close and Marmora Road (and its junctions with Malta Road, Cyprus Road and Madras Road). Closing date for comment is 10 October 2018.

PR0484 - Draft Order

Size: 22.52 KB File format: pdf

PR0484 - Merged Plans

Size: 633.44 KB File format: pdf

PR0484 - Press Notice

Size: 20.42 KB File format: pdf

PR0484 - Statement of Reasons

Size: 9.91 KB File format: pdf

Proposed TRO (Reference Number PR0483) – The effect of this Order will be to implement No Waiting at Anytime (Double Yellow Lines) at High Street, Coton.  Closing date for comment is 10 October 2018

PR0483 Draft Order

Size: 21.20 KB File format: pdf

PR0483 Plan

Size: 51.56 KB File format: pdf

PR0483 Propose Notice

Size: 16.28 KB File format: pdf

PR0483 Statement of reasons

Size: 22.15 KB File format: pdf

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