– Scottish Parliament written question – answered on 23rd March 2007.

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Question S2W-32328

To ask the Scottish Executive whether individuals entitled to object to a permanent Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) in respect of the Edinburgh trams scheme are entitled to object to the proposed temporary TRO and, if so, whether a public inquiry would be held to consider such objections, how long the Reporter to the inquiry could take to reach a conclusion, whether an inquiry would delay the construction work for the scheme and what impact any consequent delay would have on the costs of the scheme.

Photo of Tavish Scott Tavish Scott Liberal Democrat

The making of a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order (TTRO) under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, for whatever reason, is a matter for the local road authority concerned. There is no statutory right of objection in the TTRO making process.

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