Council plans to spend £700,000 to cut traffic

Daily Echo: Council plans to spend £700,000 to cut traffic Council plans to spend £700,000 to cut traffic

WORK costing nearly £700,000 is to be done on a Fareham road to ease traffic flow.

Hampshire County Council proposes to spend money improving the A32 Fareham Road and the Brockhurst roundabouts in Gosport.

The idea is to help traffic flow freely and improve bus times between Fareham and Gosport. Under the £690,000 scheme, a new bus lane would be installed on the A32 southbound at the approach to the Brockhurst roundabouts.

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2:15pm Fri 1 Feb 13

Farehamscareham says...

... which just moves the queue further along.
Untill FBC and GBC stop building houses and actually sort out the bottleneck at the Market roundabout in Fareham than the A32 / A27 link to the Motorway is always going to be screwed.
Compound this excess of traffic we already have with the soon to be added 7500+ other cars joining the Motorway at Fareham when the SDA is built, maybe a boat ride up the creek is the answer as we will all be up $hit creek unless the traffic is finally sorted for good..
... which just moves the queue further along. Untill FBC and GBC stop building houses and actually sort out the bottleneck at the Market roundabout in Fareham than the A32 / A27 link to the Motorway is always going to be screwed. Compound this excess of traffic we already have with the soon to be added 7500+ other cars joining the Motorway at Fareham when the SDA is built, maybe a boat ride up the creek is the answer as we will all be up $hit creek unless the traffic is finally sorted for good.. Farehamscareham
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