Dear West Sussex County Council,
Can you please advise if there are any public rights of ways (byways) that have Traffic Regulation Orders (TROs) on them preventing vehicular access.
If yes can you please provide details, namely
The identifier for the public right of way.
If the TRO is permanent, seasonal or temporary.
if temporary or seasonal, details fo the dates when they are open and closed
Any other details that might be relevant to vehicular users.
Dear Mr Roberts,
Thank you for your enquiry, which has been forwarded to the appropriate
officers for a response. The usual timescale for a response is twenty
working days, that is by or on 13.12.18.
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Freedom Of Information | West Sussex County Council | Location:
County Hall, Chichester PO19 1RQ
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Reference: 3001273 / 1082342
Dear Mr Roberts
I refer to your request dated 14 November 2018, which has been dealt with
under the Freedom of Information Act.
Your request related to Public Rights of Ways (Byways) that have Traffic
Regulation Orders (TROs) on them preventing vehicle access.
We have now completed a search for the information which you requested and
I confirm the Authority does not hold information relevant to the request.
The TRO Team is unable to help with this specific request because although
we keep an index of highway affected by our TROs, this does not record the
highway designation type of the individual routes affected. It would not
therefore be possible to identify whether we have made TROs on highway
designated as byways as we do not presently record the information
requested, and therefore we cannot disclose it.
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