Traffic and parking restriction consultations
On this website, you can:
- see details of current proposals and notices for permanent changes to traffic and parking restrictions
- find out how to have your say on proposals
Traffic and parking restrictions help to improve safety, as well as reduce congestion and improve access for residents.
Proposals may include:
- School entrance restrictions
- No waiting restrictions
- Disabled bays
- Loading bays
- Resident permit parking
- Limited waiting bays
- Bus stops
- Bus lanes
- Off street car park charges or other restrictions
- Speed limits
- Traffic calming
- Pedestrian crossings
- School safety zones
- Junction improvements
- Cycle facilities
Some of these proposals will need a permanent Traffic Regulation Order before they can be implemented. Other proposals (for example traffic calming and pedestrian crossings) do not need a Traffic Regulation Order to be implemented, but they do need a formal notice of the proposal. These types of proposals may go ahead once feedback has been considered, unless changes are needed following the feedback.
Proposals will usually need road markings, traffic signs or both. The consultation plan(s) will usually show where road markings and traffic signs will be located.
All measures are provided in accordance with applicable traffic legislation and Department for Transport guidance.