The authority responsible for London's overall transport network.
An act which details Street works regulations.
An unsurfaced Street (except in Cycle Track, which has a specific legal meaning and has no connotation about the nature of the surface).
Facilities located in the Street for use by the Transport Authority.
The authority, body or person having the control or management of a transport undertaking. See Section 91(1A) of the New Roads and Street Works Act 1991.
A legal instrument by which traffic management controls are implemented. Road Traffic Regulation Act 1994.
A gazetteer produced by Highways England parallel to the NSG.
A Street designated as such by the DfT. Usually a major arterial route. Trunk Roads Act 1936.
A Street which is designated as critical to the flow of traffic in the area. This designation is for the purposes of Street works. Section 64 of the New Roads and Street Works Act 1991.