Tina Thorburn, from the county council’s highways team, provides the latest news on work taking place on Surrey’s roads. Updates include Young Street in Fetcham, South Street in Epsom and Operation Horizon work to improve our roads in Wonnersh and Smallfield.
Tina Thorburn, from the county council’s highways team, provides a round-up of the work taking place on Surrey’s roads.
Tina Thorburn, from the county council’s highways team, gives the latest news on work planned in Surrey.
Surrey County Council has worked with Transport for London (TfL) to keep the 166 bus between West Croydon and Epsom Hospital running and to ensure the 216 service continues to serve Ashford Hospital. Cabinet Member for Transport Mike Goodman (pictured) said: “There’s a vital need to fund these services in Surrey to help people get … Continue reading
Tina Thorburn, from the county council’s highways team, gives her first update of the year on work taking place on Surrey’s roads. All work being done can be found by using a map on the council’s website.
Tina Thorburn, from the county council’s highways team, provides the latest information about work taking place on Surrey’s roads. Her update includes news about the first phase of a project to transform the centre of Leatherhead being completed. It also features the Runnymede roundabout scheme to cut congestion. Map data ©2017 Google
With the Budget looming, Surrey County Council’s leader has called on Chris Grayling to “urgently identify the funding” to develop Crossrail 2. In a letter to the Transport Secretary, David Hodge describes Crossrail 2, which is set to serve Shepperton, Hampton Court and Epsom in Surrey, as a “once in a generation opportunity” to drive … Continue reading
Hundreds set to descend on careers fair Hundreds of young people are expected to descend on Epsom next month for a major careers fair organised by Surrey County Council and the University of Surrey. It is aimed at young people looking for help in making choices about their career – whether they want information on … Continue reading
Tina Thorburn, from the county council’s highways team, provides an update on the latest work taking place on Surrey’s roads. In the video below, she highlights road resurfacing work on Hampton Court Bridge, a scheme in Epsom to cut congestion and a drainage project at Outwood Lane in Chipstead to reduce the chances of flooding.
Surrey County Council Chairman Sally Marks was among dignitaries who welcomed The Princess Royal to the opening of woodland created to mark the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War. The Woodland Trust’s 640-acre site near Epsom, features more than 200,000 trees planted to create an enduring memorial. It is situated between Woodcote Park … Continue reading
The first artist’s impression has been published of a planned £3.3 million revamp of Epsom town centre to cut congestion and boost economic growth. Surrey County Council has released an image of how opening part of the town’s one-way system to two-way traffic could look together with a map showing other improvement work. It is … Continue reading
Community support for Surrey carers As part of National Carers’ Week, there will be a carer information day at Elmbridge Civic Centre in Esher on Monday, 9 June from 11am to 3pm. Held in conjunction with Carer Support Elmbridge in the centre’s reception area, the event will showcase the wide range of local community organisations available … Continue reading
A call for a major new rail service to come to Surrey has received a boost from influential groups across the county. Surrey County Council wants our rail network to be connected to the potential Crossrail 2 project, which could run from the county into London from the 2030s if it receives Government approval. If … Continue reading
Two new fire stations will open under plans to keep Surrey safe for years to come. Surrey Fire and Rescue Service has put forward proposals for new stations at Salfords, near Horley, and Burgh Heath that would mean crews getting to emergencies faster. They would create a chain of fire engines in east Surrey – … Continue reading
Bus users are being urged to make use of five trial Sunday services to be introduced as part of the final stage of Surrey County Council’s bus review. The new routes will be tested for a year and made permanent if they prove popular. The decision to trial them was made at a meeting of … Continue reading