Hampshire County Council's consultation on proposals to improve Newgate Lane and the western access to Gosport including a Stubbington bypass starts on 8 July.
The proposals aim to help address existing traffic problems on the Gosport peninsula to improve strategic east west and north south routes and to enhance access to the Solent Enterprise Zone.
The County Council is:
The consultation will run to 9 September, and will include drop in sessions where residents can discuss the proposals with council officers and information displays at local libraries, as well as information on the County Councils Stubbington Bypass website. Feedback from the public will be through questionnaires which will be available both at the exhibitions and through the website.
Consultation drop-sessions to discuss the proposals will be held at:
Information will also be displayed at:
Councillor Seán Woodward, Executive Member for Economy, Transport and Environment, said: "Addressing traffic issues around Stubbington and access to the enterprise zone at Daedalus are very important local matters. I would urge people who live in, or drive in and around, the Gosport Peninsula to take part in this consultation and help us to develop measures to tackle the traffic problems they experience."
The results of the consultation will help to inform and guide work on detailed traffic, engineering, environmental and cost assessments for a Stubbington Bypass. They will also enable The County Council to finalise the detailed design of the Newgate Lane north improvements and provide a steer on which interim measures for the southern end of Newgate Lane and Peel Common Junction are supported.