Permanent Traffic Regulation Orders affecting public rights of way
Traffic Regulation Orders (TROs) are in place on some public rights of way across the county.
Our path closure register has a list of current temporary closures.
Our TROs are available in the related documents section.
Permanent Traffic Regulation Orders in the Peak District National Park
The following routes within the Peak District National Park are affected by Traffic Regulation Orders.
- Long Causeway (Outseats - Byway Open to All Traffic 48)
- Chapel Gate (Chapel en le Frith - Byway Open to All Traffic 144 continuing as Edale - Byway Open to All Traffic 16)
- The Roych (non-classified highway)
- Leys Lane (Little Longstone Byway Open to All Traffic 14).
The Peak District National Park Authority (opens in a new window) has more information.
The following documents are in Portable Document Format (PDF). You can download software to view PDF documents for free from the Adobe website (opens in a new window)