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DfT signals end of TRO newspaper ads

The process by which councils and the Highways Agency introduce new traffic restrictions is set to be streamlined by the Department for Transport (DfT). Currently, councils and the HA must advertise in local newspapers both when a Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) is proposed and when it comes into effect.

It is estimated that these adverts cost around £20m a year, with around 60% of the cost paid by the taxpayer and the rest by businesses such as utilities.The DfT proposes to remove the...

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