Ducklington Lane transport proposals

A consultation is now open to obtain your views on the Ducklington Lane corridor proposals.

The transport proposals for Ducklington Lane provide an opportunity to tackle existing and future congestion problems, and to enhance pedestrian and cycle access, by:    

  • Providing safer pedestrian crossing facilities on Ducklington Lane north and Station Lane
  • Reducing congestion and delay by increasing the number of lanes at the junction approaches and through the corridor
  • Improving wider traffic movements, including access to and from the A40, by optimising signal timings and road markings, making more efficient use of road space

 

The proposed improvements are part of a wider vision for Witney which were approved by Cabinet in March this year, in support of the proposals in the draft West Oxfordshire Local Plan.  These include a new junction on the A40 at Downs Road, east-facing slips at Shores Green and improvements to the Bridge Street area.

The proposed improvements related to the Ducklington Lane corridor are shown on these pages.

Details about the wider transport strategy vision for Witney can be viewed via this link.

Have your say

If you would like to comment on any aspects of the proposed Ducklington Lane transport proposals please use this form.

Alternatively, we will be holding an exhibition in Witney on Friday 12th (3pm to 7pm) and Saturday 13th (10am to 5pm) at the Wesley Room, The Methodist Church, High Street, Witney.  Further details about The Methodist Church, including its location, can be found at www.witneymeth.org.uk.   

This consultation has now closed.

Timeline

  • Opened
    10 Jul 2013 at 09:00
  • Closed
    9 Aug 2013 at 23:59
  • Response Published

Details

Contact Name Andrew Goddard
Contact Email Address andrew.goddard@oxfordshire.gov.uk
Contact Phone Number 01865 815111
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Consultation Topic Community-led planning, Economy & business , Environment & waste, Planning, Roads & transport
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