A Temporary Traffic Regulation Order (TTRO) is used to temporarily restrict the movement of traffic or impose waiting restrictions on the public highway.
A TTRO is most commonly used to close roads for temporary situations such as roadworks, but can also be used to ban a turning movement or remove parking. In addition, it can be used to temporarily suspend an existing restriction such as suspending a no-entry.
Who can apply?
All work promoters who do not use the Electronic Transfer of Notices (EToN) process including:
- Anyone working in contract to a utility
- Those working under a Section 171 or a Section 50 licence
- Any organisation planning an event which involves either having to control or exclude vehicular or pedestrian traffic from the public highway must apply for a TTRO
Eight weeks advanced notice is required to arrange a TTRO.
This is essential to ensure all the relevant official notifications are completed. You must allow sufficient time for the legal process to be completed.
Temporary Traffic Regulation Order - £1,410
Apply for a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order
Telephone 023 8079 8030