Whitehill and Bordon Traffic and Transport

Last update: June 2018

Overview

The Whitehill & Bordon transport delivery strategy has been designed to help support the wider regeneration of the town. The transport delivery strategy comprises the following elements;

  • Whitehill & Bordon Relief Road
  • A325 Integration (now referred to as the Whitehill & Bordon Integration Project)
  • Junction mitigation measures on the surrounding road network
  • Sustainable transport measures
  • Traffic management measures in surrounding communities

Whitehill & Bordon transport delivery strategy

Relief Road

Hampshire County Council is currently constructing phase two of the Relief Road, the new A325, which is a two mile section south of phase one. This £20 million major scheme will join up with phase one (Louisburg Avenue), to create a new Relief Road to the west of the area, with a dedicated path for pedestrians and cyclists.

Phase two will be completed in two sections;

  • Section A (Junction one to two) is to be opened for showhome traffic only from the 19 May 2018 until the full opening of the road.
    This section of road will be monitored and drivers are requested to drive carefully as there may be works ongoing.  Drivers are requested to adhere to the 20mph speed limit signs throughout this section.
  • Section B - junction two, to connect with Phase 1 of the relief road by the end of the year 2018.

Further Information:

Further details of the Whitehill and Bordon Relief road

Whitehill & Bordon Integration Project (formerly the A325i)

The remit of the integration project has been expanded to include Budds Lane, Station Road, Chalet Hill and Hogmoor Road in addition to the A325, between junction 1 and 6 of the Relief Road.

These roads are viewed by the Development Partners as equally important links that are also in need of treatment to ensure that they can perform the role / function required of them as part of the regeneration of Whitehill & Bordon into a green and healthy town.

Latest update:

Due to the length of time that has past since the original consultation on the concepts for the A325 Integration in 2013 and the expansion of the project to incorporate the missing links, a public consultation event will be held this summer.

This consultation (which is being undertaken with Whitehill Bordon Regeneration Company and East Hampshire District Council) will present the preferred options for various sections of the expanded Integration Project and give the public the opportunity for people to comment on the proposals.

Further Information:

Further details of the Whitehill & Bordon Integration Project and the forthcoming consultation will be posted here when available.

The remit of the integration project has been expanded to include Budds Lane, Station Road, Chalet Hill and Hogmoor Road in addition to the A325, between junction 1 and 6 of the Relief Road.

These roads are viewed by the Development Partners as equally important links that are also in need of treatment to ensure that they can perform the role / function required of them as part of the regeneration of Whitehill & Bordon into a green and healthy town.

FAQs

In response to questions that have been raised with us regarding the Whitehill & Bordon Relief Road and the Whitehill & Bordon Transport Strategy, a list of frequently asked questions and answers has been complied. This list will be updated periodically.

FAQs

Contact us
Address
Economy, Transport and Environment Department
Hampshire County Council
The Castle

Winchester
SO23 8UD