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Traffic Regulation Orders

A Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) is a legal order. It enables the county council, as the highway authority, to manage traffic in the county. Examples of TROs includes parking restrictions, speed limits, one-way streets, weight restrictions, no right/left turns and loading bays. The following is a list of recent traffic regulation order proposals which are currently under consultation. Please forward any comments or objections by email.

Current Traffic Regulation Orders under consultation

 

TRAF/7548 - Proposed Bus Gate, Unnamed Road Off Rickstones Road, Witham

This proposal seeks to implement a bus gate on the Unnamed Road Off Rickstones Road, Witham in the District of Braintree

 

TRAF/7215 - Southernhay, Basildon Bus Gate & Bus Lane

This proposal is Changes to the road layout outside the Bus, and surrounding area Rail Stations to enable the formation of a sustainable transport hub. This includes removal of the subway outside the Rail Station, replaced with improved surface crossings and connections between the Rail station and the town centre, creating an attractive gateway to the town centre. 

 

TRAF/7529 - Proposed 20mph Zone & 50mph Speed Limit, B184 Ongar Road, Ongar in the District of Epping Forest

This proposal is to introduce a 20mph zone on the new development at Fyfield Business Park and a 50mph speed limit on the B184 Ongar Road, Ongar

 

TRAF/6966 - Various TRO's, Tindal Square Development, City of Chelmsford

This scheme incorporates all of the necessary Traffic Regulation Order changes in association with the Tindal Square pedestrianisation project as part of the Chelmsford City Growth Package, furthers details of the overall scheme can be found here

 

TRAF/7163 - 20mph Zone, Wyvern Farm, Stanway - Borough of Colchester

The County Council is proposing to implement and introduce a 20mph zone to reduce vehicular speeds and improve the pedestrian environment on various roads on Wyvern Farm, Stanway in the Borough of Colchester.

 

TRAF/7486 - Experimental E Scooter Trial for Cycle Tracks/Cycle Lanes - District of Tendring

Following a successful Department bid Essex County Council has partnered with SPIN to trial for a maximum of a 12 month period permitting electric scooters to use road spaces restricted for certain vehicle classes and types encouraging the promotion of alternative travel measures in line with Government guidance to ease the burden on the transport network and provide additional capacity.

 

TRAF/7476 - Experimental E Scooter Trial for Cycle Tracks/Cycle Lanes - Borough of Colchester

Following a successful Department bid Essex County Council has partnered with SPIN to trial for a maximum of a 12 month period permitting electric scooters to use road spaces restricted for certain vehicle classes and types encouraging the promotion of alternative travel measures in line with Government guidance in order to ease the burden on the transport network and provide additional capacity.

 

TRAF7467 - Experimental E-Scooter Trial for Cycle Tracks/Cycle Lanes - Chelmsford District

Following a successful Department bid Essex County Council has partnered with SPIN to trial for a maximum of a 12 month period permitting electric scooters to use road spaces restricted for certain vehicle classes and types encouraging the promotion of alternative travel measures in line with Government guidance in order to ease the burden on the transport network and provide additional capacity.

 

TRAF/7457 - Experimental E-Scooter Trial for Cycle Tracks/Cycle Lanes - Borough of Braintree

Following a successful Department bid Essex County Council has partnered with SPIN to trial for a maximum of 12 month period permitting electric scooters to use road spaces restricted for certain vehicle classes and types encouraging the promotion of alternative travel measures in line with Government guidance in order to ease the burden on the transport network and provide additional capacity.

 

TRAF/7456 - Experimental E-Scooter Trial for Cycle Tracks/Cycle Lanes - Brentwood Borough

Following a successful Department bid Essex County Council has partnered with SPIN to trial for a maximum of 12 month period permitting electric scooters to use road spaces restricted for certain vehicle classes and types encouraging the promotion of alternative travel measures in line with Government guidance in order to ease the burden on the transport network and provide additional transport capacity.

 

TRAF/7423 - Experimental E-Scooter Trial for Cycle Tracks/Cycle Lanes - Borough of Basildon

Following a successful Department for Transport bid Essex County Council has partnered with SPIN to trial for a maximum 12 month period permitting electric scooters to use road spaces restricted for certain vehicle classes and types encouraging the promotion of alternative travel measures in line with Government guidance in order to ease the burden on the transport network and provide additional transport capacity.