Working in partnership, Surrey County Council and Woking Borough Council, through its contractor, Farrans Construction, have commenced work on Woking's integrated transport project for the town centre.
This multi-million pound highway improvement project, when complete, will transform the highway network and significantly enhance traffic flow in the area and make it safer for pedestrians and cyclists, whilst stimulating economic growth in Woking town centre.
The works range from minor highway changes, resurfacing works and creating new junctions to relocating the existing town centre taxi rank.
The project is a once in a generation opportunity to improve the town centre for the benefit of residents, businesses and visitors.
We recognise that these works are likely to cause disruption to local residents and businesses and we would like to ask for patience during this time. We are fully committed to keeping Woking town centre open for business and disruption to a minimum in order to deliver major highway improvements that will benefit everyone in Woking Borough.
Woking Sustainable Transport Project
Surrey County Council and Woking Borough Council have jointly developed a proposal for a package of schemes that will make it easier to travel on foot, by bike and by bus to and from Woking town centre and railway station as part of the Woking Sustainable Transport Package (WSTP).
Latest highway works and diversion routes
How can I find out more?
If you have any queries regarding the project, please email the project team at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any queries regarding the construction process, please contact Farrans Construction, who are working on behalf of us, on 02890 394043.
The Woking integrated transport project is funded by developer contributions and a grant of £11m from the Enterprise M3 Local Enterprise Partnership.