Stratford-upon-Avon South Western Relief Road – The Penrod Route

Mock-up of a possible alternative route for the SWRR Stratford-upon-Avon South Western Relief Road.

A proper bypass for the next 60 years not a relief road for 10 years

The Penrod Route

A possible alternative route taking the traffic further out from Stratford, away from housing on Luddington Road, away from Stratford Racecourse, away from floodplain, a more sensible junction on the Evesham road, easier to continue to Alcester road, easier connection to new Long Marston village, no reason for new village traffic to have to go through Clifford Chambers.

Larger Map of the Penrod Route of The Stratford-upon-Avon South Western relief road

Here are just 10 reasons why the Penrod Route for The SWRR may be seen as a better route.

10 Reasons Why The Penrod Route Could be a Better Option for Stratford

1. A better link to the new Long Marston New Town.
2. Moved away from racecourse.
3. Moved away from flood plains.
4. Moved away from majority of housing in Luddington road.
5. A smaller elevated section crossing river and rail track.
6. Joining on to Evesham Road well out of town.
7. A better route to eventually link through to Alcester Road.
8. Is an actual bypass rather than a so called relief road which provides a way of bypassing Stratford completely.
9. Provides 3 spur routes in to Stratford (via Evesham road, Alcester road and Birmingham road)
10. Far more suitable for larger vehicles.

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