Press release

Traffic surveys taking place on south west main roads

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Highways England will be undertaking a series of roadside traffic surveys during October on a number of main roads across the south west.

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The purpose of the surveys is to look at traffic modelling in support of the schemes which were announced by the government in the Autumn Statement 2014 for the Roads Investment Strategy (RIS).

This will be an opportunity to obtain feedback from the public on the main roads across the region.

The survey work will take the form of roadside interviews with passing motorists between 7am and 7pm on the dates and locations listed in the table provided.

Please be advised that dates can be subject to change.

A303 west of B3083 Wednesday 7 October Eastbound Wiltshire
A360 south of Longbarrow Roundabout Thursday 8 October Southbound Wiltshire
A345 south of A303 Countess Roundabout Thursday 8 October Northbound Wiltshire
A345 south of A303 Countess Roundabout Thursday 8 October Northbound Wiltshire
A303 between A37 and Higher Farm Lane Tuesday 13 October Eastbound Somerset
A37 between A372 and Tout Lane Tuesday 13 October Northbound Somerset
A359 between Sparkford Hill and A303 Wednesday 14 October Northbound Somerset
A303 west of Parish Hill Wednesday 14 October Westbound Somerset
A303 west of Horton Cross Thursday 15 October Eastbound Somerset
A303 west of Horton Cross Thursday 15 October Westbound Somerset
A358 East of West Hatch Lane Tuesday 20 October Eastbound Somerset
A358 west West Hatch Lane Tuesday 20 October Westbound Somerset
A30 between Chiverton Cross and Chybucca Wednesday 21 October Westbound Devon
A3075 north of Chiverton Cross Wednesday 21 October Southbound Devon
A390 east of Chiverton Cross Wednesday 21 October Northbound Devon
B3298 near Chacewater Thursday 22 October Eastbound Devon
B3285 between Goonhavern and A30 Thursday 22 October Eastbound Devon

General enquiries

Members of the public should contact the Highways England customer contact centre on 0300 123 5000.

Media enquiries

Journalists should contact the Highways England press office on 0844 693 1448 and use the menu to speak to the most appropriate press officer.

Published 9 October 2015