Roads and transport proposals and consultations

This page shows proposals and consultations for new highway schemes and policies that are out for public consideration. Please see our dedicated parking pages for information about parking consultations and proposals.

Proposed schemes

Before we can introduce changes to the highway, we normally have to advertise our intention to make the changes and give people the opportunity to tell us what they think about them. We are obliged to consider any feedback that we receive before making a final decision whether to still go ahead, with or without any changes.

We are currently proposing to introduce the following schemes.

Elmbridge

Epsom and Ewell

Guildford

Mole Valley

Reigate and Banstead

Runnymede

Spelthorne

Surrey Heath

Tandridge

Waverley

Woking


Consultations

Sometimes, before we get to the stage of advertising changes, we carry out a consultation so that we can gauge public opinion about a possible scheme and the best options for it, before deciding whether or not to develop it any further. This may also apply to changes to our policies relating to the highway.

We are now consulting on Surrey's new draft Transport Plan which includes plans to reduce the 46% of carbon emissions currently generated by transport. The Local Transport Plan 4 (LTP4) will supersede the LTP3 following adoption in 2022.

Our new transport plan sets out our ambitious roadmap for a transport network in Surrey that meets the needs of the future. Crucially this includes proposals to help tackle the climate emergency and become a carbon free county by 2050.

The consultation survey is available via the link below, and will be available for comments from 5 July until 24 October 2021.

Have Your Say Today on the Surrey Transport Plan

If you have any queries please email the team at surreytransportplan@surreycc.gov.uk.


Coronavirus - Have your say on works to promote walking, cycling and social distancing

As part of the government response to Coronavirus (COVID-19), extra funding has been made available to promote walking, cycling and social distancing. This is referred to as the Active Travel Fund, and more information can be found on our Active Travel Fund for roads and pavements page.

Please use the below links to have our say on changes we are proposing in your area.