A Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) is a statutory process under the Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984 and forms a legal document once completed. It is legally required to legally enforce a new or modified restriction on traffic.

The process that is required to produce a TRO is as follows:

  1. Local consultation on proposals. This includes residents, businesses and Councillors
  2. Formal consultation including a Public Notice in the appropriate local newspaper, letter drops and site notices
  3. All formal objections to be determined by the local area committee who will identify the most suitable progression
  4. The committee approved TRO to be formally advertised in the appropriate local newspaper advising the start date of the order.

This process will be completed by Cambridgeshire County Council on your behalf should you apply and be successful in obtaining Local Highway Improvement (LHI) funding. 

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