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Traffic Regulation Orders (TROs)

Proposed TROs

Proposed permanent Traffic Regulation Orders (TROs) and other associated orders and notices can be downloaded from the links below.

Proposed TRO documents Closing date for comments
Colman Road area - minor amends 26 November 2019
Car Club parking places - various locations 12 November 2019
Drayton Road - proposed zebra crossing by Stone Road 5 November 2019
West Pottergate Restricted Zone - minor amendment to allow signed only waiting restrictions 5 November 2019
Eaton area - experimental 20mph Speed Restriction Order (comes into force 3 June 2019 for 18 months) 24 November 2019

Other transport projects that may be subject to consultation can be found on our current consultations page and www.norfolk.gov.uk/tfn.

How to comment

You need to be aware of our privacy notice if you are registering your support for or objection to a TRO.

Your representation must be made in writing to us by letter or email before the end of the 21 day consultation period. Please ensure you quote the name of the TRO and state your name and postcode.

It is helpful to know how a proposal may affect you, so please state if you have any suggestions for modifications, and if you support or object to the proposal. 

All representations are reviewed by transportation officers and reported to members of either the Norwich Highways Agency Committee (NHAC) or Joint Committee for Transforming Cities Fund Projects for consideration.

If you have a query please contact us.

transport@norwich.gov.uk

Transportation team
Norwich City Council
St Peters Street
NR2 1NH

TRO decisions

Any objections received are considered at the NHAC or Joint Committee for Transforming Cities public meeting and a decision will be made to approve, refuse or change the order. If there are major changes the order has to be advertised again.

Objectors are notified of any decision which can be viewed in the committee reports and minutes when published on the NHAC or Joint Committee for Transforming Cities pages.