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ETRO Stonehenge

Experimental Traffic Regulation Order Stonehenge (ETRO)

Wiltshire Council made an Experimental Order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act of 1984 on 26 June 2018 for various Byways and Footpaths at:

  • Amesbury
  • Berwick St James
  • Durrington
  • Wilsford Cum Lake
  • Woodford

This Order will have a maximum duration of eighteen months during which time consideration will be given to introducing a permanent Order.   The effect of the Experimental Order will be to introduce a prohibition of driving for motor vehicles except for access including:

  • Agricultural vehicles
  • Essential maintenance vehicles
  • Emergency vehicles
  • Vehicles associated with the security and operation of the World Heritage Site
  • Vehicles associated with works and maintenance in connection with the A303
  • Landowners and tenants and invalid carriages

on the complete lengths of :

  • Amesbury Byway 11 and Byway 12
  • Berwick St James Byway 11
  • Durrington Byway 10
  • Wilsford Cum Lake Byway 1, Byway 2 and Footpath 3
  • Woodford Byway 16

Wiltshire Council will be considering in due course whether the provisions of the Experimental Order should be continued in force indefinitely.

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Last updated: 16 November 2018 | Last reviewed: 16 November 2018