Woking Integrated Transport Project
Working in partnership, Surrey County Council and Woking Borough Council have commenced works on Woking's Integrated Transport Project for the town centre.
This multi-million pound highway improvement project, when complete, will significantly enhance traffic flow in the area and make it safer for pedestrians and cyclists, whilst stimulating economic growth in Woking Town Centre.
The project is a once in a generation opportunity to improve the town centre for the benefit of residents, businesses and visitors.
Latest highway works and diversion routes
Find out more about the current highway works, including dates, locations and diversion routes.
The works are made up of five separate phases, ranging from minor highway changes to new junctions and a taxi rank.
- Phase 1 (Goldsworth Road) - Complete
As part of the Woking Fire Station development, adaptations to Goldsworth Road including a new box junction and reconfiguration of the junction with Victoria Way were completed in summer 2016.
- Phase 2 (High Street and Broadway) - underway
To find out more about this phase of works, please click on the link above.
- Phase 3 (Victoria Way)
Victoria Way will be adapted to incorporate a bus lane and a new bus stop will be built by The Lightbox Museum and Gallery.
- Phase 4 (Church Street West junction)
Improvement work to the junction of Victoria Way and Church Street West.
- Phase 5 (Victoria Way)
The final phase of highway improvements will connect the previous four phases and facilitate any future replacement of Victoria Arch by Network Rail.
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.
During the highways improvement works, changes and diversions to existing bus routes will be in place. Detailed information about these changes can be viewed by visiting Surrey County Council's bus services webpage.
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.