Major scheme to cut congestion at Runnymede roundabout set to start — Surrey News

A major scheme will get under way this week to cut congestion at one Surrey’s worst traffic blackspots – Runnymede roundabout. Nearly 2.9 million vehicles use the roundabout annually between 8am and 9am and 5pm-6pm on weekdays. That rush-hour figure is expected to rise by around 390,000 by 2031. The roundabout will be widened, resurfaced […]

via Major scheme to cut congestion at Runnymede roundabout set to start — Surrey News

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Safety Director for the SMPL Organisation and supporting our Vulnerable Veterans Programme.
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