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Roadworks closures and diversions

Find up to date information about current and planned roadworks in Leicestershire including road closures and diversion routes

The Roadworks.org website has live information on roadworks across the county.

Roadworks.org

Using Roadworks.org

Information and tips on how to use Roadworks.org are available in their user guide

 

Disclaimer
We don’t guarantee that Roadworks.org is a complete and up to date list of county council roadworks schemes.

The information provided is accurate at the time of publication. It may be subject to change or cancellation at short notice. Leicestershire County Council isn’t responsible for actions taken as a result of this information.

Temporary Traffic Regulation Orders

A Temporary Traffic Regulation Order (TTRO) is the legal process used to implement temporary restrictions e.g. closure to a road or public right of way, change to a one way system, parking, speed or weight restrictions and changes to a right or left turn only.

It's also used to suspend permanent Traffic Regulation Orders (TRO) e.g. one way street, parking (including parking bays), to ensure safety whilst works or events take place.

Leicestershire County Council, as the Highway Authority, can authorise a TTRO. The closure or restriction is made by an order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. An order can be made to cover planned situations, or an urgent notice can be issued if the regulation is needed without delay for emergency situations. 

The statutory process for any traffic regulation is 12 weeks. This period is required to consult with the appropriate organisations, and make any arrangements for the notice to be advertised in the local press.

If an emergency closure if required due to a incident that is likely to cause danger to persons or property on or adjacent to the public highway please contact our Network Management Team immediately on 0116 3052163.

Apply for a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order 

 

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