Find out more about major transport improvements for Wolvercote and Cutteslowe roundabouts

The scheme was announced as part of the Oxford and Oxfordshire City Deal in January 2014, and forms a key part of the county council’s ‘Connecting Oxfordshire’ transport vision to help deal with existing transport challenges and future growth pressures.

County Councillor David Nimmo Smith, Cabinet member for transport, said: “Wolvercote and Cutteslowe junctions suffer from congestion on all the approaches, but particularly the A40.

“Oxfordshire is thriving. As a result, the county’s population is growing and bringing some big transport challenges. If Oxfordshire is to continue to prosper, we need to think about transport creatively and consider every option.

“As well as the congestion, there are concerns with poor pedestrian and cycle access and environmental issues such as noise and air pollution from traffic.

“Planned housing and employment growth in Oxford and elsewhere will present challenges which these proposals aim to address.

“These proposals aim to reduce journey times through the two junctions, while avoiding negative impacts on the A34, improve safety for all road users, but particularly pedestrians and cyclists, and improve the urban environment by reducing traffic noise and emissions.”

Dates and locations:

The details of what is being proposed have been developed and will be on display at three locations in the area.

  • Thursday 3rd July, 2pm to 8pm

The White Hart Pub, Godstow Road (Lower Wolvercote)

  • Saturday 5th July, 10am to 3pm

St. Peter’s Church Hall, Godstow Road (Upper Wolvercote)

  • Thursday 10th July, 2pm to 8pm

Cutteslowe Community Centre, Wren Road

Have your say online:

View the exhibition materials and complete the online questionnaire