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WATCH: What the new Wisley Interchange will look like

M25 junction 10

6:08pm 14th March 2018
(Updated 9:30am 15th March 2018)

A video showing what the proposed design of the new Wisley interchange will look like has been unveiled by Highways England.

The animations show the design of the junction and widening of the A3 at the Painshill junction, as well as the new access road for RHS Gardens Wisley.

The preferred route was announced last year and a consultation on the final design was launched last month which runs until 26 March.

Highways England senior project manager Brian Gash said: “We hope that this fly-through video helps to give people a good overview of how each element of the upgrade will look when complete.

"It’s a hugely busy junction with one of the road network's highest collision rates and this upgrade will not only help to alleviate the congestion but improve safety as well.

“We are nearing the end of the consultation period but there is still plenty of time to get involved. We welcome all views and ideas and encourage those with an interest in the scheme to come and see the project team at an event.” 

Under the plans, the interchange between the M25 and the A3 will be redesigned to create four dedicated link roads for all drivers making left turns at the junction while drivers turning right will use a new enlarged junction roundabout.

The A3 will also be widened from three lanes to four between Ockham and Painshill in both directions with two lanes remaining over the M25.

A new access road providing access to several local roads and RHS Garden Wisley will be created.

Highways England is holding information exhibitions at venues across the area so that people can examine the proposals.

Details on the design and feedback forms are available online until 11:45pm on 26 March 2018.

Wisley interchange

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