Emergency COVID-19 traffic management measures already in place across the Stirling Council area will continue, the Council can confirm.

Temporary measures, including street closures, parking restrictions and speed limits were put in place in Stirling City Centre and Bridge of Allan on Monday, 29 June to ensure social distancing and safe pedestrian access to shops with the re-opening of non-essential businesses.

Parking restrictions in Bridge of Allan were lifted following feedback from residents and businesses.

The initial measures in both Stirling City Centre and Bridge of Allan were implemented through Emergency Traffic Regulation Notices. The first ran from 29 June to 20 July, and a second order extended the same measures from 20 July until 9 August.

Emergency Traffic Regulation Notices can stay in place for a maximum of 21 days and can only be extended once.

To ensure continued public safety while social distancing rules remain in force, a new Covid-19 Public Safety Temporary Traffic Regulation Order will be put in place from 9 August to continue these existing temporary measures for up to a period of 18 months.

You can view the order here: (COVID-19 PUBLIC SAFETY TEMPORARY ORDER - STIRLING)

In Stirling City Centre these include:

Emergency Road Closures

  • Murray Place From its junction with Station Road to its junction with King Street
  • King Street From the point where it meets Murray Place to “The Steeple” at the top of King Street


Emergency Suspension of Parking:

  • King Street The section of “Pay and Display” parking at the top of King Street adjacent to No’s 18-28 King Street.


Emergency 20mph Speed Limit:

  • Barnton Street From its junction with Princess Street to its junction with Station Road
  • Maxwell Place For its entire length
  • Viewfield Street For its entire length.

In Bridge of Allan an emergency 20mph Speed Limit on Henderson Street From its junction with Inverallan Road to the west kerb line of Melville Place.