The restrictions and information shown on TraffWeb are based upon confirmed Traffic Orders. This information is regularly updated, but some temporary, experimental or other orders may not be shown.
Any new restrictions, or notices of new restrictions displayed on-street, may supersede the information shown here. TraffWeb shows a representation of the legal orders, but it is the order documents themselves that provide the legal basis by which regulatory measures on the highway are enforced.
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Buchanan Computing specialises in web-based tools and cloud services that make information on highways and traffic easy to view and update. This service uses our Traffweb system to provide quick and intuitive access to the data on base mapping from Ordnance Survey.
We are the UK's foremost supplier of computer mapping (GIS) software for traffic and highway applications. Our software and services are used by almost every highway authority in UK and by central government.
I. You are granted a non-exclusive, royalty free revocable licence solely to view the licensed data for non-commercial purposes for the period during which makes it available.
II. You are not permitted to copy, sub-license, distribute, sell or otherwise make available the Licensed Data to third parties in any form; and.
III. Third party rights to enforce the terms of this licence shall be reserved to OS.
This map is based upon Ordnance Survey material with the permission of Ordnancy Survey on behalf of the Controller of Her Majesty's Stationary Office Crown Copyright. Unauthorised reproduction infringes Crown Copyright and may lead to prosecution and/or civil proceedings.
Any images taken must not be used for financial gain, and all hard copies and electronically published material produced from Ordnance Survey data must include the following acknowledgement:
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The restrictions and information shown on TraffWeb are based upon confirmed Traffic Orders. This information is regularly updated, but some temporary, experimental or other orders may not be shown. Any new restrictions, or notices of new restrictions displayed on-street, may supersede the information shown here. TraffWeb shows a representation of the legal orders, but it is the order documents themselves that provide the legal basis by which regulatory measures on the highway are enforced.