Salisbury junction improvements

Wiltshire Council is proposing to improve three key junctions around Salisbury - Exeter Street Roundabout, Harnham Gyratory and Park Wall Junction - for cyclists, pedestrians and motor vehicles.

All three junctions are on the Major Road Network, which are major roads that are managed and maintained by Wiltshire Council. Park Wall Junction is also on the Strategic Road Network, which is managed by Highways England. All three are key junctions on the route from the A36 and Salisbury to Bournemouth, Poole and the south coast.

The junctions are also important for local movements into and around the city, especially for trips between Harnham, Wilton, Salisbury District Hospital and the city centre.

The project aims to improve journey times and reduce queues for motor vehicles, while at the same time improving cycling and walking facilities on key routes to and from the city centre.

Public Consultation June - July 2021

Between Thursday 17 June and Sunday 18 July 2021, we undertook an initial consultation exercise regarding the potential improvements. We received 290 responses to the online questionnaire and 67 emails. A total of 1,214 comments on various aspects of the scheme were received. Read the full report:  Proposed Salisbury Junction Improvements - Public Consultation Report (PDF) [670KB] (opens new window)

See below for FAQs. To find out more about the scheme, including maps and more information, download the  Salisbury junction improvements consultation booklet (PDF) [1MB] (opens new window)

To read the questions and answers from the two online engagement sessions, please see:  Salisbury junctions scheme webinar questions and responses (PDF) [161KB] (opens new window)

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