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Traffic orders help manage

  • traffic flow
  • speed limits
  • where you can park.

Find out about the current proposals below.

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Current traffic order proposals

RSO/19/11 Harewood Drive and Niddrie Mains Terrace- Stopping up roads no longer required - Ends 15 October 2019

Download RSO/19/11 - Harewood Drive and Niddrie Mains Terrace - Stopping up roads no longer required (PFDs)

RSO/19/12 - Maybury Road - Redetermination of means of excercise of public passage order - Ends 15 October 2019

Download RSO/19/12 - Maybury Road - Redetermination of means of excercise of publiv passage order (PDFs)

TRO/18/13 - Bonaly Wester and Road - 24hr waiting restrictions - Ends 1 November 2019

Download TRO/18/13 - Bonaly Wester and Road - 24hr waiting restrictions (PDFs)

TRO/18/59 - Pilrig Street - 24hr loading prohibitions - Ends 1 November 2019

Download TRO/18/59 - Pilrig Street - 24hr loading prohibitions (PDFs)

TRO/19/34 - Lothian Road (West Side) - Greenways - Ends 1 November 2019

Download TRO/19/34 - Lothian Road (West Side) - Greenways (PDFs)

TRO/19/47 - Various locations south west area - waiting and loading prohibitions - Ends 1 December 2019

Download TRO/19/47 - Various locations south west area - waiting and loading prohibitions (PDF's)

TRO/18/73 A & B Broughton Street Lane (A) one-way system (B) amend waiting and loading restrictions - Ends 1 December 2019

Download TRO/18/73 A & B Broughton Street Lane (A) one-way system (B) amend waiting and loading restrictions (PDFs)

TRO/18/18 Cramond, Dalmeny and Kirkliston area - reduction of speed limits - Ends 1 December 2019

Download TRO/18/18 Cramond, Dalmeny and Kirkliston area - reduction of speed limits (PDF's)

 

 

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  • the order number
  • your full name and address.

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