Proposed permanent restrictions on the highways – Traffic Regulation Orders

Traffic Regulation Orders (TROs) are legal documents that allow the Highway Authority and the Police to enforce various restrictions designed to manage traffic.

Examples of these can include speed limits, single and double yellow lines, weight restrictions, one-way streets, no right or left turns and loading bays.

Have your say on a Traffic Regulation Order

If the 'Objection Period' has not yet passed, you may raise objections or comments in support of the proposals.

Please send your comments by email or in writing.

Email: TrafficOrders@rochdale.gov.uk
Postal address: Highways and Property, Number One Riverside, Smith Street, Rochdale OL16 1XU.


Rochdale Traffic Regulation Orders

Reference: H60/1413
Stage: Notice of Making (NOM)
Comes into effect: Monday, 1 July 2024
Street name and purpose of order: Kingsway Business Park, Rochdale – Parking Amendment Order
Documents for this order: documents for Kingsway Business Park, Rochdale – Parking Amendment Order


Reference: H60/1413
Stage: Notice of Intent (NOI)
Deadline for objections: Wednesday, 3 July 2024
Street name and purpose of order: Michael Faraday Avenue, Rochdale – Parking Amendment Order
Documents for this order: documents for Michael Faraday Avenue, Rochdale – Parking Amendment Order


Middleton Traffic Regulation Orders

There are no current Traffic Regulation Orders in the Middleton township.


Heywood Traffic Regulation Orders

There are no current Traffic Regulation Orders in the Heywood township.


Pennines (Firgrove, Littleborough, Milnrow, Newhey, Smallbridge and Wardle) Traffic Regulation Orders

There are no current Traffic Regulation Orders in the Pennines township.