A40 West Wycombe to Stokenchurch

Overview  

Where A40 West Wycombe to Stokenchurch
When Minor works to be completed 2018.  Major works following analysis and design 2018 to 2019.
Summary

The government has provided capital funding to improve safety on our roads. This funding will be used to reduce the number of serious accidents between Stokenchurch (junction M40) and West Wycombe (junction with A4010).

Status April 2017 Buckinghamshire County Council (BCC) submitted a bid to Department for Transport (DfT) with initial proposals.


Current works on ground

Updated 21 January 2019

We are currently working in the following locations. This work is weather dependent and subject to change.

 

A40 Stokenchurch within 30mph limit

TBC mid-Feb/March 2019
High friction surfacing (around 3x crossing points) to take place during the day under 2-way temporary traffic lights and TTRO on the side roads where required.

TBC mid-Feb/March 2019
Mobile lining works, slow moving vehicles, between 9.30am to 3.30pm.

 

About the project

On 28 November 2016 the Government announced that capital funding of £175m over four financial years would be made available to local authorities, This is to improve the safety of 50 of the highest risk A roads sections in England.

The 50 routes were based on analysis by the Road Safety Foundation.  

In January 2017, BCC was informed that a 9.2km section of the A40, between Stokenchurch (junction M40) and West Wycombe (junction with A4010) had been identified as one of the routes with 10 Killed or Seriously Injured (KSI) collisions in the 3 year period 2012-14. This was a rise in the previous 3 year period (2009 to 2011) and as a result BCC was invited to bid for funding.

 

Scheme  Details  

DfT Safer Roads Fund - Application

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Last updated: 10 July 2019

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