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Trafford Travel Coordination Unit service standards

Description
These standards are intended to clearly define the specific responsibilities of the Council, transport providers and of parents and carers in relation to the approved travel arrangements offered to children with special educational needs and disability.

Trafford's economy

Description
Information on Trafford Council's economy

Trafford's walking network

Description
Trafford has an extensive network of footpath, bridleways and canal towpaths that provide excellent walking routes away from busy roads and traffic. There are also a large number of pedestrian crossings and subways to assist with crossing roads.

Trans Pennine Trail in Trafford

Description
The Trans Pennine Trail is a national route stretching across Northern England. Starting in Southport on the West Coast, the trail goes through Liverpool, Warrington and Manchester, all the way to Hull and Hornsea on the East Coast.

Translate

Description
Trafford Council utilises the BrowseAloud application which includes a 'Translate Page' functionality which allows you to both view and listen to any of our pages in a number of different languages.

Transparency Purchase Orders

Description
Trafford council's Transparency Purchase Orders information

Transport and road safety

Description
The contact page for the Transport and Road Safety at Trafford Council.

Transport and streets

Description
Transport and street services offered by Trafford Council

Transport and vehicle noise

Description
Noise from road, rail and air traffic is regulated under the Environmental Noise Directive (END) which is implemented in England through the Environmental Noise (England) Regulations 2006.

Travel Assistance (home to school transport)

Description
Home to school transport team

Travel assistance for adults with care and support needs

Description
The Care Act 2014 and the National Eligibility Framework for social care has replaced various pieces of legislation and policies. Eligibility for travel assistance will be determined by the adult's needs assessment and subsequent care and support plan which are carried out by Trafford social services.

Travel Assistance Request Application Form

Description
Request Travel Assistance from Trafford Council.

Travel assistance to schools, colleges or social care settings

Description
The Council provides travel assistance to eligible children, young people and adults who live in the borough of Trafford. There are a number of different types of travel assistance which can assist with getting to school, college or social care setting. The Council's aim is to provide assistance in a consistent and equitable way in order to help people achieve maximum possible independence and at the same time to make reasonable and most efficient use of the Council's resources.

Tree management

Description
The Tree Management Unit are responsible for the management, inspection and maintenance of all council owned trees through out the borough.

Tree Management and Advice

Description
Tree management in Trafford - what we do and how you can get involved

Tree preservation orders

Description
Tree preservation orders in the borough of Trafford

Tree works and inspections

Description
We are responsible for the management, inspection and maintenance of Council owned trees located throughout the borough in accordance with best practice and legislation.

Turn Moss Development proposals

Description
A breakdown of the Turn Moss Development proposals.

Types of fostering

Description
The different ways you can foster with Trafford Council including short and long term fostering, short breaks for disabled children (Home from Home scheme) and private fostering.

Types of governors

Description
Information on the types of governors in Trafford
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