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
How to use this Site
This web application displays parking places and parking restrictions in Traffweb Demo.
The map can be repositioned by clicking on the map and dragging.
Zoom in and out using the + or - or alternatively you can use the mouse wheel.
Use Print to create print layouts. You can drag marker text to suitable locations on the map.
Use the Search tool and search for an address location.
The Active Date filter can be used to modify the restrictions displayed.
The Legend tool can be used to toggle parking restrictions on or off.
Use the drawing tools to plot markers and add text. You can add up to five markers to the map.
Hover the cursor over a restriction to display key information or click on it to view more detailed information
Traffweb Demo has chosen Traffweb from Buchanan Computing to deliver this map-based service
For any enquiries regarding the information on this site please contact Traffweb Demo
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
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 Traffweb Demo 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:
Reproduced from Ordnance Survey map data by permission of Ordnance Survey, Crown Copyright
Our website uses the cookies listed below. A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers that we
put on your computer if you agree. These cookies allow us to distinguish you from other users of the
website which helps us to provide you with a good experience when you browse our website and allows
us to improve our site.
Most web browsers allow some control of most cookies through the browser settings. To find out more
about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them,
You can withdraw your consent and remove or block cookies at any time using the settings in your
browser, but in some cases, this will impact your ability to use our website.
This cookie is used to store your map location when you leave the site.
These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our site. We use the
information to compile reports and to help us improve the site. The cookies collect information in
an anonymous form that does not identify a visitor, including the number of visitors to the site,
how visitors arrived at the site and the pages they visited. This helps us to improve the way our
website works, for example by making sure users are finding what they need easily.
When registering as a Traffweb user, we will collect your name, email address and your chosen password to create a Traffweb account.
Account information is used to enable you to login to Traffweb to access secure areas of the site such as enhanced tools, dashboards and reporting.
Acceptance of user registration is at the discretion of the Traffweb administrator. This information is stored securely and managed by Buchanan Computing on behalf of Traffweb Demo .
As part of providing this service, we may need to send you messages or documents. We’ll ask you
how you want us to send messages or documents to you, but contact us if you need them in a
different format. For example large print, audio recording or braille.
Reporting accessibility problems with this service
We’re always looking to improve the accessibility of this service. If you find any problems that
aren’t listed on this page or think we’re not meeting accessibility requirements, contact us.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is responsible for enforcing the Public Sector
Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) (No. 2) Accessibility Regulations 2018 (the
If you’re not happy with how we respond to your complaint, contact the Equality Advisory and Support Service (EASS).
Technical information about this website’s accessibility
Buchanan Computing Ltd is committed to making its website accessible, in accordance with the
Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) (No. 2) Accessibility Regulations 2018.
Content that’s not within the scope of the accessibility regulations
Buchanan Computing provides this service on behalf of Clients who manage the data and documents
within the site. Clients may upload or provide through this site documents or videos. Buchanan
Computing is not responsible for the accessibility of the content therein.
How we tested this website
This website was last tested on 14/03/2022. The test was carried out by Buchanan Computing using
SortSite by PowerMapper and manual methods.
This statement was prepared on 29/07/2020. It was last updated on 14/03/2022
Are you sure you want to delete ?
What is Traffweb?
Traffweb is a web app providing live access to published data through any standard Internet browser.
Simple to use, fast and configurable.
Specialist modules for highways include traffic orders, signs, markings, road accidents and consultation.
Serves up information rich data in an easy to understand format.
Data remains owned and controlled by its originator.
Cost effective and efficient.
Fully hosted, managed solution from the Buchanan Cloud.
Improving the flow and quality of information will reduce the time taken to answer common queries. Allowing access to the published source data will free up staff time and help to provide a service to a wider user base including the public.
An efficient way of handling information requests, saving staff time and associated printing and postage costs.
High quality information provided to all stakeholders, including colleagues in other departments, partner organisations, council members and the public.
Practitioners remain in control of the data.
A fully managed system available at a fixed cost.
Efficient data structure allowing for multiple data views, and search tools, specifically designed for the different types of users.
Secure access to restricted areas.
How does it work?
However complex the central database, users see only the view of the data that has been configured for their needs. They can then click on the map to 'drill down' to reveal more detail of associated data, images and documents. This approach keeps the interface clean and simple whilst catering for all types of user.
Finding the right location
Standard Gazetteers such as Address Point, Code Point and NLPG can be used to find a map location by street name or postcode. Navigation tools include roam, pan, zoom and bespoke search functions.
Zoom layering causes suitable base mapping to be displayed for the chosen scale.
Finding the right information
Users can select the type of information they want to see, for example, camera sites, proposed traffic orders or pay and display parking bays. Where the data changes over time, a date may be selected to view the historical situation at that time.
Drill down into layers of information
Simple queries such as 'where can I park?', are answered without initially providing too much detail. However, more information is available (from the underlying traffic order, for example) to allow TraffWeb users to answer their own detailed requests. This saves the time of authority staff and reduces the number of FoI applications.
Solutions and Connectivity
Traffweb's open structure enables it to publish data from a wide range of sources and to be configured to address many different operational needs. It can connect to our ParkMap, AccsMap and InvMap packages, disseminating this data to a wider audience.
Bespoke solutions and new applications can be developed rapidly by our development team.