Traffic Regulation Orders

Current TROs

These are the current TROs in Trafford:


Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 Borough Of Trafford (Various Roads Stretford, Urmston And Altrincham) (Prohibition Of Motor Vehicles)(Temporary) Order 2020

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, in order to be able to maintain social distancing and public safety during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Trafford Borough Council has made an Order the effect of which will be to prohibit all motor vehicles from entering, proceeding or waiting on lengths of road as follows

Hillingdon Road, Stretford

from a point 7 metres north its junction with Edge Lane to a point 10

metres north of its junction with Edge Lane.

Norwood Road, Stretford

from a point 8 metres south east of its junction with Kings Road to

point 11 metres south east of its junction with Kings Road.

Cromwell Road, Stretford

from a point 23 metres north of its junction with Edge Lane to point 25

metres north of its junction with Edge Lane.

The alternative route is via A5145 Edge Lane and Kings Road, Stretford

Gorse Avenue, Stretford

from a point 10 metres east of its junction with Milton Road to its

junction with Milton Road

The alternative route is via A56 Gorse Lane, Gorse Drive, Bryon Road and vice-versa

Ashover Street, Stretford

from its junction with Longford Road to a point 6 metres north east of its junction with Longford Road.

The alternative route is via A56 Chester Road and Longford Road and vice-versa.

Salisbury Road, Urmston

from a point 7 metres north of its junction with Canterbury Road to a point 10 metres North of its junction with Canterbury Road

Exeter Road, Urmston

from a point 15 metres south of it junction with Lostock Road to a point 9 metres south of its junction with Lostock Road

Rochester Road, Urmston from a point 17 metres south if its junction with Lostock Road to a point 7 metres south of its junction with Lostock Road

Hartford Road, Urmston

from a point 50 metres north of its junction with Canterbury Road to a point 37 metres north of its junction with Canterbury Road

Westminster Road, Urmston

from a point 25 metres east of its junction with Hartford Road to a point 6 metres east of its junction with Hartford Road

Guildford Road, Urmston

from a point 15 metres north of its junction with Canterbury Road to a point 3 metres north of its junction with Canterbury Road The alternative route is via Lostock Road and Canterbury Road and vice-versa

Bradfield Road, Urmston

from a point 22 metres west of its junction with Barkway Road to a point 32 meters east of its junction with Firwood Avenue

The alternative route is via Derbyshire Lane West, continuing onto Humphrey Lane and vice-versa

Oldfield Lane, Altrincham

from a point 393 metres west from its junction with Greenway to a point 395 metres west from its junction with Greenway.

The alternative route eastbound is via Oldfield Lane onto Oldfield Road, right onto Bonville Road continuing onto Bradgate Road, right onto A56 Dunham Road, right onto Charcoal Road, right onto Woodhouse Lane.

The alternative route westbound is via Oldfield Lane, left onto the one-way, left onto Charcoal Road, left onto A56 Dunham Road, left onto Bradgate Road continuing onto Bonville Road, left onto Oldfield Road continuing to Oldfield Lane.

The proposals for each of these roads will only be implemented if there is sufficient support from the local community.

The Order will come into operation on 18 September 2020 and will continue in force for a period not exceeding 18 months.

Dated: 17 September 2020

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What is a TRO?

A Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) is a legal document enabling the Council and the Police to regulate and restrict the use of public roads, including:

  • Parking restrictions (single and double yellow lines)
  • No right or left turns
  • Weight restrictions
  • Speed limits
  • Resident parking schemes
  • Loading bays.

Why do we use TROs?

TROs can benefit our residents and businesses in a number of ways, for example:

  • Helping the flow of traffic
  • Improving road safety
  • Preventing damage to roads

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