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Traffic Regulation Orders (TRO) and Traffic Schemes

For information about TROs/Schemes in each of the Districts/Boroughs, please click on one of the links below:

Cheltenham | Cotswold | Forest of Dean | Gloucester | Stroud | Tewkesbury

A Traffic Regulation Order is required to legally enforce a new or modified restriction on traffic as part of an improvement scheme, for example:

  • speed limits
  • on-street parking
  • weight limits
  • one-way streets

To view current parking restrictions, Countywide, please click on the link below:

You can also find information on Improvement Schemes, for example;

  • road humps
  • pedestrian crossings
  • traffic calming features

For more information surrounding TRO's please see 'What is a Traffic Regulation Order (TRO)?'

Gloucestershire County Council is launching its first School Streets trial on 2nd November 2020. The roads surrounding Warden Hill Primary School and Tewkesbury C of E Primary School will be subject to road closures during school start and finish times plus associated parking, waiting and loading restrictions. This trial is being implemented by the introduction of two Experimental Traffic Regulation Orders (ETROs). One for the Prohibition of Driving and one for the parking, waiting and loading restrictions. Please find below the legal documentation for the ETROs, including how to make a representation.

Have Your Say – Consultation Details

Legal consultation on the Experimental TROs will begin on Monday 2nd November 2020. Please read and consider the documents and plans below which detail the scheme and how to submit your formal comments to the ETRO consultation. Please comment by 2nd May 2021.

You can submit a comment in response to the School Streets ETROs by email or post:


Post: Assistant Director of Legal Services, Shire Hall, Westgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 2TG

Documents and plans:

Further information on the Experimental TROs and consultation can be found at

For more information on the School Streets trial itself, please contact the Thinktravel team.

Scheme Update June 2021

Following the initial 6 months consultation period all comments received have been duly considered and some amendments have been made to the scheme. Please see below plan;

Warden Hill School draft ETRO Amendments plan June 2021

TROs and Schemes by District currently under consultation


It is proposed to introduce waiting restrictions on Priors Road, Imjin Road, Whaddon Road, Pennine Road, Cotswold Road and The Grove, Cheltenham. Due to minor administration errors and procedural impropriety this scheme is being re-advertised. The nature and proposals have not changed. Please see updated and corrected documents below;

Intend to Notice July 2021

Statement of Reasons

Plan: Priors Rd; Imjin Rd; Whaddon Rd; Pennine Rd & Cotswold Rd

Plan: The Grove

Draft Order July 2021

Due Regard

Countywide On Street Parking Consolidation Order 2017

Revoked map schedule - CK97

Revoked map schedule - CL92

Revoked map schedule - CL94

Revoked map schedule - CL95 

As part of the construction of a new Secondary School in Kidnappers Lane, it is intended to introduce waiting restrictions on various roads in the surrounding streets. Details can be found below. The deadline for comments is 8th June 2021.

Kidnappers - Intend to Notice

Kidnappers - Statement of Reasons

Kidnappers - Draft Order

Kidnappers - Consultation Plan A

Kidnappers - Consultation Plan B

Tile to be revoked: CE105

County Wide Consolidation Order 2017​

Following consultation and modification, this TRO for a bus gate on Barley Road, Cheltenham has now been made permanent. This order will become effective on 19th March 2021.

Statement of Reason

Bus Lane Consolidation Order 2017

Due Regard

Have Made Notice

Sealed Order

Sealed Map Schedule/ Plan

Signed TRO Report​


Consultation for the crossing has now closed. The Council has now signed off the installation of the crossing. The works are to be installed by the developer in due course.


Please see documents below for the Speed Humps

Gloucestershire County Council, working in partnership with Cirencester Town Council, is proposing a number of changes to the highway network in and around the Market Place. The proposals include alterations to parking arrangements, one way traffic restrictions, prohibition of right turn movements, the introduction of zebra crossings and raised highway surfaces. The proposed changes support the revised layout of the Market Place and town centre traffic management scheme.

For further information please see the various downloads.

Cotswold District Parking TRO

Cirencester Marketplace Moving

Cirencester marketplace TRO parking plan

CTC - Amendment Order for Pay and Display Notice

CTC - Banned Turns Draft Order

CTC - Banned Turns Notice

CTC - Draft Amendment Order for Pay and Display

CTC - No Entry Draft Order

CTC - No Entry Notice

CTC - One Way Draft Order

CTC - One Way Notice

CTC - Pedestrian Crossing Notice

CTC - Statement of Reasons

CTC - Traffic Calming Notice

CTC - Waiting Restriction Notice

Signed Intend to Documents

Cirencester Town Centre Highway Improvements

Forest of Dean


Please see documentation below. The intention is to enhance the traffic calming already in this area. This scheme was originally advertised in April 2021, however following a more detailed design the dimensions of the speed cushions have been amended and it is felt that a second consultation is required to ensure transparency

Statement of reasons

Intend to Notice


Due Regard statement

London Road Cycle Scheme – a 24 hour 7 days per week mandatory cycle lane has been introduced along London Road and Cheltenham Road in Gloucester. In order to facilitate cyclist safety, a new temporary traffic regulation order (TTRO) is being introduced to implement a 24 hour 7 days per week loading ban along London Road and Cheltenham Road. This restriction will stop vehicles being able to enter the mandatory cycle lane to wait, park, load and unload at all times, therefore, ensuring the cycle lane is kept clear and free of obstructions for cyclists to safely ride along it at all times of the day and week. The TTRO will become effective on 30th October 2020.

You can find out more about this scheme here.

Have made Notice

Have made Order

Due Regard / Due regard (2)

Intend to notice / Intend to notice (2)

Island build-out refuge removals

L1 permit

L2 permit

Parking A

Parking B

Parking C

Parking D

Statement of reasons for zebras

Suspension for bus lane

Zebra drawing

Zebra intend to notice

TTRO for Loading bay on London Road, Gloucester

Have made Order

Have made Notice

Intend to notice


Sealed Order

Signed has made notice

London Road Cycle Scheme Covid TTRO to introduce Loading Bays

Due Regard


Sealed TTRO

Sealed order

Signed have made notice

Claremont Road - Proposed Raised Junction Table

Intend to notice

Due Regard

Location Plan

Plan with dimensions

Statement of Reasons

Please see below information documents for the a temporary Goods Vehicle Only Loading Bay located outside Tesco, on London Road, Gloucester


Intend to Notice - TTRO

For further information on this scheme please visit London Road cycle and pedestrian improvements


Other sections of Traffic Calming shown on plan advertised in December 2020


Statement of Reasons


Plan 2

Statement Of Reasons






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