Stratford South Western Relief Road Evidence Report Gives Go Ahead For Stratford-upon-Avon South Western Relief Road Stunning New Bridge Over River Avon Stratford-upon-Avon
The Stratford South Western Relief Road Evidence Report has been published and from reading the summary and Conclusion it looks like the Proposed Safeguard Route of The South Western Relief Road has been given the go ahead.
Moving the road further West has effectively been ruled out as it may encourage more traffic through the likes of Welford, Milcote, Long Marston, Binton, etc.
It is also claimed that moving the relief road further to the West will see motorists continuing to use the current roads rather than the new road as there would be little time saving in using the new route.
What do you think are you happy with the Stratford South Western Relief Road going where this map shows it or would you prefer it further West?
Approximate route of the South West relief road for Stratford-upon-Avon with new bridge over the river Avon and 5m above the railway lines.
An alternative route taking the traffic further out from Stratford, away from housing on Luddington Road and other side sewage works. Road.
The alternative route could eventually link from Banbury Road to Alcester road, be well outside Stratford with an elevated section resembling an old viaduct over rail lines and river.
Have Your Say on The Stratford-upon-Avon South Western Relief Road
What do you think – Is where the proposal is the right place, If they are building a new bridge over the River Avon should the whole relief road go a further West and the other side of Bordon Hill Nurseries, does Stratford need a new Western Bypass at all?
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