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St Peters Way planned overnight closures
How to apply for permission to close a road
Notices of current and upcoming closures and proposed new traffic orders

Proposed 20mph Speed Limits

Please click the links below to view the documents associated with our proposed traffic orders (pdf format)

Bradshaw / Turton Road Area
Details of Proposed Traffic Order

Currently advertised Proposed Traffic Regulation Orders

Amendments to waiting and loading restrictions, parking, speed and weight limits, bus lanes and prohibition of driving and turning. Please click the links below to view the documents associated with our proposed traffic orders (pdf format)

Back Swan Lane / Back Derby Street - Waiting restrictions & One-Way
Details of Proposed Traffic Order

Mottram Street - Waiting restrictions
Details of Proposed Traffic Order

Great Moor Street Area - Waiting restrictions, One-Way, Parking Bays
Details of Proposed Traffic Order

Currently advertised Temporary Traffic Regulation Orders

Temporary road closures and temporary amendments to speed limits, weight limits, bus lanes and prohibition of driving and turning.

Please click the links below to view the documents associated with our temporary orders (pdf format)

Various Streets (Town Centre) - University Procession
Details of Temporary Closure

Cannon Street North, Bolton - Construction Works
Details of Temporary Closure

Back Chorley Old Road North, Bolton - Water mains repairs
Details of Temporary Closure

Forest Road, Bolton - Culvert / Road Repair
Details of Temporary Closure

Forester Hill Avenue, Bolton - Gas Mains
Details of Temporary Closure

Great Moor Street Area - Highway construction work
Details of Temporary Closures & Restrictions

Grierson Street, Bolton - Electricity repairs
Details of Temporary Closure

Hope Street, Horwich - Gas repairs
Details of Temporary Closure

Johnson Street, Bolton - Construction Works
Details of Temporary Closure

Lever Park Avenue, Horwich - Highway repairs
Details of Temporary Closure

Lwr Rawson Street, Farnworth - Bridge repairs
Details of Temporary Closure

Newby Road, Bolton - Resurfacing
Details of Temporary Closure

Newport Street - Construction works
Details of Temporary Closure & Taxi Rank Relocation

Newport Street New Interchange Site - Construction works
Details of Temporary Closure

Ormrod Street, Bolton - Bridge Maintenance
Details of Temporary Closure

Scout Road, Bolton - Highway repairs
Details of Temporary Closure

Slack Fold Lane, Bolton - Electricity repairs
Details of Temporary Closure

St Peters Way, A666 - Maintenance Works
Details of Temporary Closure

A666 St Peters Way - Railway improvements
Details of Temporary Speed Limit

Victoria Square / Howell Croft N - Temporary Restrictions
Details of Temporary Waiting Restrictions

Waverley Road, Bolton - Manhole repairs
Details of Temporary Closure

St Peters Way A666 Routine Maintenance Closures

In order to safely carry out routine maintenance and cleaning, there is a programme of planned overnight closures of the A666 St Peters Way.
The road will be closed to traffic from 10pm Saturday until 7am Sunday on the following dates:

11-12 Mar 2017

The closures will be signposted before each affected weekend.

How to object to a Proposed Traffic Regulation Order

Anyone can object to a Proposed Traffic Regulation Order. We are obliged to consider such objections before deciding whether or not to make the order. Instructions on how to go about this are included in the documents above and the press and on-street notices.

It is not possible to object to a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order.

Experimental Traffic Regulation Orders

An experimental order is much like a permanent traffic regulation order however, unlike a permanent order, an experimental order can only stay in force for a maximum of 18 months while its effects are monitored and assessed (and changes made if necessary). The Council will then decide whether or not to continue the experimental order on a permanent basis. It is not possible to lodge a formal objection to an experimental traffic regulation order until it is in force. Once it is in force, objections may be made to the order being made permanent and these must be made within six months of the day that the experimental order comes into force. If the experimental order is changed, then objections may be made within six months of the day that the experimental order is changed.

Permission to temporarily close or restrict the orders on a road

We can issue a temporary traffic regulation order (TTRO) when works on the highway, or some large deliveries, require a road to be closed or restricted temporarily to general traffic.

We also have limited powers to make temporary traffic regulation orders relating to special events taking place on the public highway (e.g. ceremonies, parades, festivals, funfairs, street parties). There is a Home Office Guide to holding an event on the highway which contains more details.

PLEASE NOTE - Due to the legal processes involved and the need to advertise any proposed closure, we require SIX WEEKS notice to process a temporary traffic order.

For further information on closing a road or temporary traffic orders, download the application pack which contains full details of how to apply for a traffic order and the charges relating to this.

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