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Salisbury junction improvements

From Thursday 17 June until Sunday 18 July 2021, we are holding a non-statutory consultation and engagement exercise on proposed improvements to three road junctions in the Salisbury area. The proposals would see Exeter Street roundabout, Harnham Gyratory, and Park Wall junction all reconfigured to increase capacity, improve journey times and reduce queues for motor vehicles, while at the same time improving facilities for walking and cycling and linking the city's active travel routes. 

The junctions frequently experience traffic congestion and delays at peak times which will get worse with future traffic growth. The route suffers from slow moving traffic and is sensitive to disruption and incidents. There are often journey time delays and poor reliability. The junctions are on key walking and cycling routes, including between the city and the hospital and residential areas, but facilities for walking and cycling at the junctions are poor.

Please see below for FAQs, details of online engagements you can sign up to attend, and the online survey to allow you to register your views.

To find out more about the scheme, including maps and more information, please download the Icon for pdf Salisbury junction improvements consultation booklet [1.7MB]

Let us know your views

Online engagement events

To enable you to find out more about the scheme and to ask questions, we're holding two online engagement events. The first one was held on Thursday 24 June at 3pm; the seocnd is on the following date:

  • Thursday 1 July, 5.30pm *please note: this date has changed

You must pre-book to attend one of these engagement sessions with an email address so we can send you a link to the event.

Please note: for the best experience, please download Microsoft Teams to computer or mobile device to access the engagement sessions.

Book your place on one of these engagement sessions.

Frequently asked questions