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Consultation on enforcing moving traffic offences now live

Sheffield City Council has been given the opportunity from Central Government to apply for new powers to help make our roads safer and more reliable. We already have some of these powers, such as the enforcement of bus, taxi and tram gates, which have proved successful in managing the highway network over a number of years. The chance of having more of these types of powers will ultimately allow us to have more control over illegal manoeuvres to further help our ambition to improve road safety and congestion.

Ahead of applying for new powers for the enforcement of Traffic Management Act 2004 – Part 6, Sheffield City Council is seeking residents’ views on a number of proposed locations where moving traffic regulations could be enforced by the Authority.

You can find out more and complete the questionnaire by clicking here: https://connectingsheffield.commonplace.is/en-GB/proposals/enforcing-moving-traffic-offences-traffic-management-act-2004-part-6/step1

The consultation is open until the 31st December 2022.

Posted on 11th November 2022

by Sheffield City Council

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