Traffic Regulation Orders - Consultation Processes
|Consultation||Traffic Regulation Orders - Consultation Processes|
|Consultation summary||A Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) places a restriction on vehicle movement and speed limits. It specifies areas and times where vehicles can or cannot park and where a vehicle can or cannot load or unload. It also determines if there are to be no left or right turns at junctions, waiting restrictions and one-way streets.
When a new TRO is proposed, we place a notice in the local papers and on the Council Website. Notices are also attached to lampposts and signposts in the area the TRO covers. These give a brief outline of the proposals and where the details can be viewed locally.
If you want to object or just make a comment on proposals, you should write to the Head of Roads and Transportation at Montrose House, 154 Montrose Crescent, Hamilton ML3 6LB. You can also write directly to the Roads and transportation team at the same address or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Why are we consulting?||Before a TRO can be put in place a full statutory process has to be carried out that can take anything from six months to two years to complete.|
|How will findings be used?||They are used to improve road safety or to ensure that there is a balance in the usage of the available road for parking, servicing, residents, shoppers and people who commute to work in an area.|
|What we found out||For information on a particular order, please contact email@example.com|
|Consultation type||Qualitative and Quantitative|
|Consultation method||Consultation document|
|Subject||Roads and traffic|
|Contact name||Roads and Transport|
|Contact phone||01698 453637|
|Contact fax||01698 454650|