A358 Dualling Consultation - Have Your Say

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A358 Consultation

Highways England is holding a further consultation on options to improve the A358 between the M5 at Taunton and Southfields Roundabout on the A303. This consultation will start on Tuesday 16th January and will end on Tuesday 27th February 2018.
If you use this road then make sure you take the opportunity to have your say.
To find out more visit the website: http://roads.highways.gov.uk/projects/a358-taunton-to-southfields/

Highways England is consulting on plans to create a high quality dual carriageway link between London and the south east, and the south west.
Once in place, this link will help to make travelling between these regions easier and safer, reducing congestion, making journey times more reliable helping to support wider economic growth.
Between January and March 2018 there will be consultations on improvements to the following roads:

  • A358 between the M5 at Taunton and Southfields Roundabout on the A303.
  • A303 between Sparkford and Ilchester
  • A303 between Amesbury and Berwick Down (Stonehenge)
    If you use these roads then make sure you take the opportunity to have your say.
    To find out more and take part in the consultations visit: http://roads.highways.gov.uk/projects/a358-taunton-to-southfields/

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