Public Footpath 66 Egham


Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, Section 14(1) and 14(2)
The Surrey County Council
Footpath No.66. (Egham)
Temporary Prohibition Of Traffic Order 2024

On 14 March 2024 Surrey County Council made the above mentioned temporary order, the effect of which is to prohibit all traffic on foot or by any other means from entering or proceeding along that length of Public Footpath No.66 (Egham) crossing the bridge from point A (Grid ref:502130 171843) to point B (Grid reference:502148 181831) marked by a solid bold line on plan no. 3/1/88/H43.

The Order is necessary on the grounds of public safety due to damage to the bridge.

The closure will be in operation for a period of six months from 18 March 2024 or until completion of the works, if earlier. That period can be extended by the Secretary of State for Transport if required.

The temporary closure will only be in operation when appropriate road traffic signs are displayed on site by the County Council or an authorised person acting on its behalf. Access to properties will not be affected.

The alternative route is as follows from point A – Head West along Footpath 66 for approximately 300 metres to footpath to Egham 83, head south until you reach the A30 (Windsor Road) and cross at the traffic lights at Runnymede Junction. Head East under the underpass and continue along The Glanty/A308 The Causeway to River Park Avenue. Head North onto footpath 66 Egham then head West for approximately 650 metres to point B. This route is the opposite in reverse.

'The Surrey County Council Public Footpath 66 (Egham) Temporary Prohibition of Traffic Order 2024' was made by the County Council under Section 14(1) and 14(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984.

Dated: 22 March 2024.

Katie Stewart, Director of Environment, Infrastructure and Growth.

Any Enquiries relating to this notice should be directed to: Countryside Access Team, Surrey County Council, Whitebeam Lodge, Merrow Depot, Merrow Lane, Guildford, GU4 7BQ. Tel: 03456 009009 or email:

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