Whitehill and Bordon Traffic and Transport
Last update: January 2019
- Public consultation closed
Hampshire County Council invited Whitehill & Bordon residents and businesses to comment on proposals designed to improve how people can travel around the town once the new relief road is open.
The “Whitehill & Bordon Integration Project” is a collection of transport schemes planned to be introduced over a number of years. The plans include a package of transport measures to support Whitehill & Bordon’s regeneration into a Green and Healthy Town, such as:
- widening footways to provide more and safer routes for pedestrians and cyclists;
- providing more safer crossing points for pedestrians and cyclists
- making it easy for existing residents to access the new facilities
- making it easier for local drivers to get about; and
- reducing traffic speeds in key locations such as the entrance to the new town centre.
The public consultation period ran from 13 July 2018 and ended at midnight on 9 September 2018. The results are presented in this report.
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
- Relief Road
Hampshire County Council has completed phase two of the Relief Road, the new A325, which is a two mile section south of phase one. This £20 million major scheme now joins up with phase one (Louisburg Avenue), to create the new Relief Road to the west of the area, with a dedicated path for pedestrians and cyclists.
- 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.
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.
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- Phone 0300 555 1388 (0300 555 1390: Minicom)
Economy, Transport and Environment Department
Hampshire County Council