Farnborough Queens Roundabout improvement scheme
Updated October 2015
The main works at Queens Roundabout and its approach roads started on Monday 17 November and will complete in Spring 2016. Works began to the southern end of the roundabout. Dyer and Butler is the works contractor.
For the duration of the works, the roundabout along with all of the approach roads and exits will be reduced to one operational lane. This is to ensure the safety of road users, pedestrians and site workers.
There are no full closures planned. Whilst the majority of the works will be undertaken between Monday and Friday, it may on occasion be necessary to undertake essential works during the weekend. As always we will endeavour to keep any disruption to a minimum.
Reducing congestion during construction
We accept that the lane closures will cause congestion which will increase journey times, especially in peak hours. We have taken on board comments that we have received from our stakeholder group and enquiries received by email and phone. As a result, we are investigating every practical solution to reduce congestion and will be implementing the following:
Providing timely information and updates on the Dyer and Butler scheme website, which will help road users to plan their journeys effectively.
Dyer and Butler will engage with local businesses, residents and services to ensure specific needs are understood and how these can be best accommodated, where practically possible.
Frequently Asked Questions
Alot of the enquiries we receive are about the work that are similar in nature. If the information on this page has not answered your query, please read our frequently asked questions section, (please click on the link below).
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 £5.725 million with a contribution of £4.034 million from the Department for Transport through the pinch point programme.
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Hampshire County Council