Do you know what a Prohibition of Motor Vehicles Order is? More importantly, do you know where they are in Wrexham city centre? Here’s a list to keep you in the loop.
A Prohibition of Motor Vehicle Order on a street means that only certain types of vehicle are able to drive down it. For example, you might not be able to drive your car there, but buses are allowed.
The city centre has three areas where there are prohibition of motor vehicles in place (these are in place 24/7):
Prohibition of all motor vehicles A:
Except for buses, disabled blue badge holders, loading & unloading and access to the St Giles church.
Where: High street, Church Street and Upper Town Hill
Prohibition of all motor vehicles B:
Except for access, disabled blue badge holders, loading & unloading, buses and hackney carriages.
Where: King Street (from Regent Street junction to Lord Street junction) and Duke Street
Prohibition of all motor vehicles C:
Where: Egerton Street (from Rhosddu Road to junction with Lord Street)
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