Traffic Regulation Orders (TRO) allow the Highways Authority to impose restrictions on things such as speed of traffic and parking.
The council has delegated powers from Hampshire County Council to introduce TROs for parking restrictions.
These are legal orders enforceable by law.
Hampshire County Council proposals
Certain types of Traffic Regulation Orders remain under Hampshire County Council's (HCC) jurisdiction as the highway authority. These are published on their website.
Traditionally they have also been made available for inspection in paper form at council offices and public libraries, but this has not been possible during the pandemic and therefore you will need to view the digital copies.
Please note that comments relating to HCC proposals have to be made directly to HCC as explained within the proposal documents.
New requests will be investigated initially to assess the extent of the reported problem. If it is evident that a problem exists we will add the location to our waiting list to be considered for a future works programme.
If our initial assessment concludes that there is no sustainable case for a TRO we will inform you that no further action will be taken.
Comment on a TRO proposal
If you would like to comment on a proposal, please complete the following online form.
Alternatively you can email email@example.com.
- Havant: Ashe Road, Bramshaw Court, Sharps Road, Tunworth Court and Wakefords Way: AS/TRO/453 (word 776 kb)
Any representations must be received by 1 October 2021, please quote AS/TRO/453.
Any representations must be received by 1 October 2021, please quote AS/TRO/452.
- Emsworth: Beach Road, Kings Road, and Warblington Road (experimental order): AS/TRO/450 (pdf 1.2 mb)
The council will consider whether the provisions of this experimental order should be made permanent.
Any representations must be received by 10 October 2021, please quote AS/TRO/450.