People interested in plans to upgrade the A38 in Derby are urged to have their say.
People interested in plans to upgrade the A38 in Derby are urged to have their say as Highways England prepares to launch a consultation this week on proposals to upgrade a busy bottleneck in the city.
The project, valued at around £225m, will make journeys between Birmingham and the M1 and through Derby quicker and simpler by separating long distance traffic from those making local journeys.
The Kingsway, Markeaton and Little Eaton roundabouts will be replaced with two underpasses and a flyover respectively, which will collectively help to reduce congestion on this busy route.
The consultation is the next step in making the scheme a reality and runs from Friday, 7 September until Thursday, 18 October 2018.
Highways England project manager, Paul Nagra, said:”This upgrade is an important development for the A38 and the tens of thousands of people that rely on the road every single day.
“Once this work is complete it will provide smoother and more reliable journeys along this important route helping support future investment and economic growth opportunities in the area.”
The design has now been developed in more detail and people attending the consultation can have their say on the proposals.
Anyone interested in the scheme can attend any of the public information events that are running between 7 September and 22 September at various locations throughout Derby.
For more information about the events and about the consultation, please visit the scheme website.
Alternatively email A38derbyjunctions@highwaysengland.co.uk.