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Investing in the A40

Welcome to the council's public consultation to debate the options for a longer term solution for the A40.

In July 2015, Oxfordshire County Council’s cabinet agreed to an infrastructure project for improvements to be made along the A40 from Eynsham to Wolvercote which was largely funded through the Local Growth Fund.  Totalling more than £35 million, this project, in addition to other current and planned projects throughout the A40 corridor, will provide congestion relief in the short to medium term. More information on how this will be spent can be found here.

However, most importantly, these investments set the stage for a much larger undertaking to tackle congestion in the long term and Oxfordshire County Council is committed to finding a long-term strategy to tackle current and projected congestion on the A40. 

This consultation seeks your views on possible options for the long-term strategy including: an A40 bus lane, a guided busway, expanding the road to a dual carriageway, Witney to Oxford train service, and a Witney to Oxford tram.

The information presented here is the same as at the public exhibition events.

Please read the information provided on this consultation. Your views and opinions matter. Thank you very much for taking the time to respond.

This consultation has now closed and feedback is available.

Summary of Results

Consultation Documents

Consultation Summary

Consultation Summary
Name Investing in the A40
Description Consultation on the strategy for improving the A40.
Dates From 26 Sep 2015 at 00:00 to 8 Nov 2015 at 23:59. The results were published on 17 May 2016.
Status Complete
Contact Name Odele Payne
Contact Email Address odele.payne@oxfordshire.gov.uk
Contact Phone Number 07974002860
Contact Postal Address Investing in the A40
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Oxfordshire County Council
Contact Details

Consultation Topic Community-led planning, Environment & waste, Roads & transport
Target Audience Oxfordshire residents, Councillors, Businesses, Public sector organisations, Voluntary organisations and community groups
Geographical Area Kidlington and Yarnton, Oxford City, Burford and Carterton, Charlbury, Chipping Norton and Woodstock, Witney