What are TROs?
A Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) is a legal document enabling the Council and the Police to regulate and restrict the use of public roads. This includes:
- 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 benefit both residents and businesses by:
- Improving road safety
- Helping the flow of traffic
- Preventing serious damage to roads
- Preserving the character/amenity of an area.
Current proposed TROs
See the following plans and advertisements for current proposed TROs in Wigan borough.
- Gower Street, Wigan - Notice of intent
- Crow Wood Road, Lowton - Plan of works
- Crow Wood Road, Lowton - Notice of intent
- Stockley Mews, Shevington - Notice of intent
- Orrell Holgate Academy, Orrell - Notice of intent
- Bold Street/Billinge Road, Douglas - Notice of intent
- Brook Lane, Pemberton - Notice of intent
- Catherine street, Ince - Plan of works
- Catherine Street, Ince - Notice of intent
- Hill Crest Avenue, Leigh - Plan of works
- Hill Crest Avenue, Leigh - Prohibition of waiting notice
- Winwick Lane, Lowton - Proposal of 7.5 Tonne weight limit restriction
- Winwick Lane, Lowton - Plan of works