Traffic Regulation Orders (TRO) and Traffic Schemes
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 click on the link below.
To view the current status of our programme please click on the link below
TROs and Schemes by District currently under consultation
Arle Court Park & Ride
Gloucestershire County Council propose changes to parking restrictions in the Arle Court Park & Ride Car Park to prevent unsuitable use of the car park and prioritise parking at the site for Park & Ride users.
This proposal comprises introducing a new free-of-charge ‘bus-user parking permit’, which must be validated on a bus service licenced to serve the park and ride site, allowing those using a bus to continue to park for free. A new parking charge will be introduced for anyone parking in the car park and not using a bus – the proposed charge is £6 all day, or £3 after 1pm.
More detail is provided in the documents below. If you wish to comment on this proposal, you can do so in writing (addressed to the Head of Legal Services, Shire Hall, Westgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 2TG) or by email to email@example.com (please quote reference HBL/66813) no later than the 21st December 2018.
Various Roads, Cheltenham - Proposed Waiting Restrictions
Tivoli Area, Cheltenham - Proposed Waiting Restrictions
Various, minor waiting restrictions in the Tivoli and Montpellier areas of Cheltenham. Deadline for comments is 14th December. Details on how to comment are contained in the "Intend to Notice" document below:
Overton Park Road, Cheltenham - Proposed Waiting Restrictions
Albert Rd area proposed waiting restrictions
Cirencester Road/ Newcourt Road area, Charlton Kings Proposed Zebra Crossing and Waiting Restrictions
Railway Zone - Experimental Traffic Regulation Order (ETRO)
The Experimental Traffic Regulation Order is due to be implemented on the 3rd September 2018.
Gloucestershire County Council has been working with Great Western Railway to enable them to expand the capacity of the station car park. This means that from September 2018 approximately 70 car park spaces will be out of use whilst initial ground works are carried out. The car park is due to be completed in summer 2019.
To assist with this important development Gloucestershire County Council is proposing changes to on street parking restrictions near Cheltenham Spa Station, in Zone 14, by introducing an Experimental Traffic Regulation Order (ETRO). This will provide approximately 100 long stay parking spaces on parts of Eldorado Road, Queens Road and Christ Church Road.
In these locations the parking restrictions will be altered as follows:
From: Monday to Friday 8am – 8pm Zone 14 permit holders or limited waiting 4 hours no return 4 hours
To: 8am Monday – 8pm Friday Zone 14 Permit holders; or Voucher parking (Max stay 12 hours, no return within 10 hours).
This trial arrangement means that permit holders will continue to be able to use the bays for any time period. However some bays in Eldorado Road, Queens Road and Christ Church Road will now be shared use with non-residents able to park for up to 12 hours using a free voucher. Details for obtaining a voucher will be found on the sign plates next to these bays or by following this link.
The plan (below) shows the parking bay locations where the Experimental TRO will be introduced.
An Experimental TRO can run for a maximum of 18 months during which time we can trial different options if we need to. During the first six months we will collect your comments and monitor voucher usage to understand how the new parking arrangements are working before deciding whether to:
- make the change permanent,
- abandon the change, or
- seek some other solution. To submit a comment or query please contact us at:
Fosse way, Stow on the Wold - Proposed Speed Limit
Cirencester Town Centre Improvements
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.
Stow area wide - Proposed 20mph speed limit and extension to 30mph speed limit
Moreton in Marsh, New Access Road off A429 - Proposed Waiting Restrictions
Spine Road and Station Road, South Cerney - Proposed 40 and 50mph Speed Limits
Union Street, Stow on the Wold proposed waiting restrictions
B4228 Staunton Road, Coleford 40mph Speed Limit
A4136 / B4228 / B4028 Speed Limits, Forest of Dean
Forest of Dean Waiting Restrictions 2018 Various Locations
Matson Avenue, Gloucester - Proposed Zebra Crossing and Road Hump
Quedgeley - Various Waiting Restriction, Various Roads
NB - please note that there have been changes to the proposals for Courtfield Road. All the other proposals remain unaffected. Comments about the Courtfield Road proposals are welcome before 8th October 2018 please.
Gloucester Transport Hub (Bus Station) - Traffic Regulation Orders
New proposed Orders 2018 - Proposed One-Way & Waiting Restrictions, on roads around the new Bus Station.
Proposed traffic regulation orders to facilitate the redevelopment of Gloucester bus station. These include changes to traffic movements, pedestrian crossings, bus lanes and the re-opening of the Station Road / Bruton Way junction (near Prince Street). Please note that this does NOT include the partial closure of Bruton Way immediately in front of the new bus station.
The redevelopment of Gloucester Bus Station requires changes to be made to some Traffic Orders on the streets in the surrounding area. For more information, please see the "Download" panel on the right hand side of the screen.
The general effect of these Orders would be to:
- Revoke the existing Prohibition of Driving Order on Station Road, Gloucester at its junction with A430 Bruton Way to allow this junction to be re-opened to traffic.
- Prohibit U Turns at the new set of traffic signals that will be installed at the above junction. Right turns into Station Road from the southbound carriageway of the A430 Bruton Way will also be prohibited.
- Make changes to the bus lanes on Bruton Way, Station Road and Market Parade including shortening the lengths of the bus lanes, changing the exemptions and revoking parts of existing bus lanes.
- Revoke the existing one-way and compulsory left-turn Order on the access roads to the multi-storey car park in Bruton Way.
- Provide two new zebra crossings. These will replace the existing zebra crossing and pelican crossing on Station Road. The existing zebra crossings on both Bruton Way and the multi-storey car park entrance & exit roads will be removed.
These Orders will now come into effect on 7th August 2017.
It is proposed that this bus lane order will now be consolidated in to the Countywide Bus Lane Order 2017. Please see relevant documents below:
Oxstalls Lane and Cheltenham Road Scheme, Gloucester - Proposed Prohibition of U turns, crossing alterations and Waiting Restrictions
These proposed Orders are part of a package of measures of a larger scheme to improve the Oxstalls Lane / Cheltenham Road junction.
This scheme is part of a development scheme in Oxstalls, Amey Highways is the consultant for this scheme and not the designer of the elements shown within this proposal.
Ladybellegate Street, Gloucester - Proposed Waiting Restrictions
The proposed scheme is part of the development on Ladybellegate Street of residential properties.
This scheme is being consulted on by Amey Highways and has been designed as part of the development and not by Amey.
Barbican Road - Prohibition of Driving
Gambier Parry Gardens - Waiting Restrictions
Gloucester City Centre - Various TRO's
It is proposed that a number of Prohibition of Driving TRO's, One Way TRO's and parking restrictions will be consolidated in to their own TROs as an admin exercise, to ensure consistency. Some minor amendments have been made as part of this review process. Please see the statement of reasons and the intend to notices for more information.
Please note that the parking restrictions include Brook Street
Prohibition of Driving
Proposed One-Way & Waiting Restrictions, Long Street area of Dursley
Proposed one-way Order and waiting restrictions as part of the new development in the Long Street/Bymacks Lane/Drake Lane area of Dursley as a result of the re-alignment of the road. Deadline for comments is 30th November. Details on how to comment are contained in the "Notice" documents below.
A419 Bristol Road and Downton Road, Stonehouse - Proposed crossings
Grove Lane, Stonehouse - Proposed Waiting Restrictions
Berkeley Rail Bridge - Temporary 30mph speed limit
Berkeley Bridge Temporary 30mph speed limit - Sealed Order
High St/Marle Hill, Chalford - proposed waiting restrictions
Canal Bridge Approach Roads - Sellars Bridge, Parkend Bridge, Sandfield Bridge and Fretherne Bridge
Proposed Waiting Restrictions, Wotton-Under-Edge
PLEASE NOTE: This Order has now been made and will come into effect on the 22nd October 2018.
The proposed waiting restrictions in Wotton is now out for public consultation. Details of how to comment on the proposals can be found on the Notice (see below)
Proposed Waiting Restrictions Graces Field, Stroud
30mph Speed Limit and 40mph Zone Various Roads - Rodborough, Minchinhampton and Nailsworth
During a review of the current speed limit Traffic Regulation Orders for the Minchinhampton, Nailsworth and Rodborough area it was noted that there were administrative errors. In order to correct this it is necessary to advertise the Traffic Regulation Order again.
There will be no changes to the extent of the speed limits on the ground however there will alterations to the signing as the 40mph speed limit will become a zone. The signage and lining will be in accordance with The Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2016.
Please find supporting documents below:
Berkeley Weight Limit Proposal
Proposed Zebra Crossings - Two Hedges Road, Bishops Cleeve