Traffic Management Orders (TMO)

TMO procedures

We're required to publish notices, which advertise the proposal and effects of TMOs, in the London Gazette. In most cases, the notices are also published in a local newspaper. 

You can respond and provide feedback on TMO consultations for:

If the council feels additional publicity is needed, they can choose to erect printed notices to be displayed on-site, on roads or in other places affected by the orders.

In the case of permanent and experimental orders, the council must consult statutory bodies such as the police, ambulance, fire brigade, bus operators, road haulage association and freight transport association. Also, other stakeholders such as cycling and disability groups will be contacted if any TMOs affect them.

Page last updated: 28 February 2024

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