Traffic Management Orders

How we get your views

We consult with members of the public on all permanent traffic orders. You usually have 21 days from the date we advertise a draft Traffic Management Order (TMO) to object.  We will consider every objection and provide a reply.

Draft traffic management orders 

Draft TMOs that are out for public consultation can be viewed on the website:

View draft TMOs currently out for public consultation

Draft TMOs are published as a public notice in the following newspapers:

  • Surrey Comet
  • London Gazette

They are also made available for inspection at local libraries and in our Information Advice Centre, Guildhall 2.

For further information or if you wish to submit an objection or comment on a draft TMO proposal, please send this in writing to the Director of Place, Traffic Order Section before the consultation end date (usually 21 days after the publishing of the public notice).

Unmade traffic management orders 

Once the consultation is complete, we have up to two years to make a decision on whether to implement a traffic management order or not. During this period the TMOs are described as ‘unmade’.

View unmade TMOs currently awaiting a decision

Made traffic management orders 

TMOs that have been implemented are described as 'made' and are currently enforceable.

Browse archive of made traffic management orders