Prudential RideLondon - Surrey survey
We are asking residents to give their views about the annual Prudential RideLondon-Surrey cycling event continuing to pass through Surrey from 2021.
Prudential RideLondon is an annual two-day festival of cycling which takes place in London and Surrey. Routes pass through Surrey on the Sunday of the event. A professionals' race called 'The Classic' and three amateur cycling events (100, 46 and 19 mile routes) all take place on closed roads.
The survey will close on 16 February 2020.
How we consult
We have a statutory duty to consult on some of our transport and highways work and activity, but we sometimes choose to consult when we are not required to. Find out more about our roads and transport consultation responsibilities.
We aim to be open, fair and consistent when undertaking transport work or activity on or around our roads. Our Consultation Good Practice Guide for transport, work and activity on Surrey's roads sets out the broad obligations, aims and objectives of our consultation and engagement procedures.
We will normally co-ordinate a single response to an external consultation. If it is of a political or contentious nature it will be submitted for approval to our Cabinet or to an elected member of the County Council.
Our Contact Centre will provide details about local works or activities.
Motorways and trunk roads (long distance roads) are managed by the Highways Agency. The Highway Agency Information Line is 0300 123 5000.
Borough and district councils carry out consultation in relation to their duties e.g. taxi ranks, parades, markets. Contact them direct.
- Surrey wide
- Epsom and Ewell
- Mole Valley
- Reigate and Banstead
- Surrey Heath
Epsom and Ewell
- Walliswood village proposed speed limit reduction
- Parking consultations in Mole Valley
- Lower Road, Bookham - proposed pedestrian crossing improvements
Reigate and Banstead
- London Road North, Redhill proposed speed limit reduction
- Eastgate, Banstead one-way road and parking bays proposal
- Parking consultations in Reigate and Banstead