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Improvement works to the Meadows roundabout

Published: 31 May 2018

Plan your travel

Work to reduce congestion and journey times at the Meadows roundabout near Camberley is well underway. There are several stages to it so here's what's going on so you can plan your route before you travel.

On average, around 5,400 vehicles pass through this junction each hour. It's estimated that the work will cut travel time round the roundabout at peak times by up to a third, which will also improve the reliability of bus services.

Timings and work carried out

The main works started in July and are expected to last a year. To minimise congestion and delays most activity – such as lane closures – will take place at night. The works include:

  • Creating a designated right turn from the A30 in Blackwater so drivers can head on to the A331 southbound towards Frimley and the M3 without using the main roundabout
  • Lengthening the queuing lane for drivers approaching on the A331 from Frimley and the M3
  • Installing new traffic signals and dynamic traffic controls so drivers can get around the roundabout with shorter queuing times
  • Improving the crossing points for pedestrians and cyclists

Ways to keep up to date

Please check your route before you travel.

There will be progress reports on the Meadows Roundabout page on the Surrey County Council website or follow @SurreyTravel on Twitter for updates.

To read 10 things you may not know about the Meadows roundabout and the scheme to reduce congestion, visit the Surrey News website.

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