A41 Bicester Road Public Transport Corridor

We're making the A41 Bicester Road a primary Public Transport Corridor to improve journey times for road users between the Rabans Lane and Paradise Orchard junction. Public transport corridors are areas that have more than one transport option, such as highways, railways or public transit.

The changes are due to be finished in 2022.


Current progress

Feasibility design and journey time modelling work is being finalised, ahead of a public consultation on the scheme.



A consultation period will be running for 4/6 weeks in Summer 2020. During this time, plans of the improvement measures will be shared with the public; as well as an overview of the transport corridor.



As part of making the A41 Bicester Road a Primary Public Transport Corridor, the project aims to:

  • reduce congestion on the A41 between the Paradise Orchard / Sir Henry Lee Crescent junction and the Gateway Roundabout
  • increase the attractiveness of the A41 as a passenger transport corridor
  • reduce journey times and improve journey time reliability for public transport users and all users along the A41



Buckinghamshire County Council has a budget of £2,744,366 to spend on the project. This was secured as part of the s106 funding from the Berryfields development.



For any questions or queries:

Highways Infrastructure Team
Email: hitmailbox@buckscc.gov.uk
Telephone: 01296 382 416


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