Farnborough Queens Roundabout improvement scheme
The traffic signals and the full roundabout is now operational for traffic during week commencing 9 May 2016. During the first 2 weeks of operation, the traffic signal timings will be constantly adjusted to ascertain the optimum timings. Therefore, please allow extra time for your journeys during the early days of operation.
The main works at Queens Roundabout and its approach roads started on Monday 17 November and expected to be complete at the end of May 2016. Works began to the southern end of the roundabout. Dyer and Butler is the works contractor.
Frequently Asked Questions
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The features of the scheme include:
- installation of traffic lights on all four approach roads to the roundabout
- widening of the approach roads
- improved pedestrian and cycle crossings
- provision of pedestrian and cycle path facilities
Background and context
Traffic at Queens Roundabout in Farnborough is often congested, particularly during peak travel periods. With proposed new commercial and residential developments nearby, traffic levels are set to increase. The improvement works at the Queens Roundabout is the first in a set of transport improvements in the coming years.
Financial contribution from the Department for Transport
The Queen’s roundabout scheme is valued at £7.4 million with a contribution of £4.034 million from the Department for Transport through the pinch point programme.
Telephone:0300 555 1388
0300 555 1390: Minicom for hearing and speech impaired customers within Hampshire
Economy, Transport and Environment Department
Hampshire County Council