Please refer to the notes below for guidance on the order making process.
- Chorley Road and Partington Lane, Salford
- Monton Avenue/Monton Road, Eccles
- Longwall Avenue/Newearth Road, Worsley
- Rolla Street/Collier Street/Queen Street, Ordsall
- Roe Green, Worsley
- Whitsun Avenue/Lord Street, Broughton
- Old Clough Lane area, Walkden
- East Lancashire Road, Worsley
- Aviary Road, Worsley
- Langworthy Road, Salford
- Shaftesbury Road, Swinton
- Lower Sutherland Street, Salford
- Manchester Road East, Walkden
- Clifton House Road and Clifton View, Swinton
- Broomhall Road and Broomfield, Pendlebury
- Broom Lane, New Hall Road and Legh Road, Kersal
- Farm Lane/Edenfield Lane/Dellcott Lane
- A57 Regent Road, Salford
- Phoebe Street - Salford
- Lowry Tear Drop, off the Quays, Salford
- New Bailey Street area, Salford
- Mesne Lea Grove/Lumber Lane, Worsley
- Sherborne Street West/Overbridge Road, Broughton
- Irlam Square, Claremont
- Seaford Road/Gerald Road, Irwell Riverside
- Arlington Street/Barnett Drive, Irwell Riverside
- Belgrave Crescent/Albert Road/Cambridge Grove, Eccles
- Edison Road, Barton
- Oxford Street/Hemming Drive, Barton
- Howard Street and associated streets, Ordsall
- William Street, Ordsall
- Culverwell Drive/Churchill Way
- Lymefield Drive, Worsley and Boothstown
The order making process
A decision is usually required by the Planning and Transportation Regulatory Panel that the order is needed.
At this time the order is advertised and people are given 21 days to object to its installation. Traffic regulation orders currently being advertised can be viewed further down this page. At the end of this period a report is taken back to the panel which details the objections and they determine whether or not to introduce it.
If they decide that the order should be introduced, the required works such as lining and signing are carried out and then the order is 'sealed'. Seven days later it can be enforced.
Double yellow lines no longer require a 24 hour 'no waiting' plate, they can be enforced on their own.
Sometimes, however, temporary orders or experimental orders are introduced which require a slightly different process but still gives people an opportunity to put forward their views.
This page was last updated on 16 November 2017