Consultation to begin into Guildford town centre plans

Guildford Gyratory Two local authorities want to bid for up to £5m to improve the gyratory system

A public consultation is to begin later into plans to make walking, cycling and driving safer on and around the Guildford gyratory system in Surrey.

The borough council is working with Surrey County Council to develop the plan in order to bid for up to £5m from the Department of Transport.

Each day about 46,500 cars use the gyratory, Guildford council said.

An exhibition will take place at the YMCA on Thursday and Holy Trinity Church on Friday and Saturday.

The plans including creating cycling routes and pedestrian only areas.

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