Traffic ban on match days around Norwich City’s Carrow Road stadium made permanent
A ban on traffic near Norwich City's Carrow Road stadium at certain times on match days has been made permanent, after a successful trial period.
The ban was introduced to make it safer for supporters and members of the public on match days by prohibiting motorists from entering, travelling or waiting in nearby streets.
The traffic regulation order closing the roads was first introduced in late 2010, and was continued for the rest of that season, and when Norwich were promoted to the Premier League. The Norwich Highways Agency Committee agreed to make the order permanent at a meeting today.