New surface for Cholsey turning
A junction on Cholsey Hill has been transformed by Oxfordshire County Council at a cost of £30,000.
A brand new surface and white lines have replaced worn and past-its-best bitumen meaning a much smoother ride for all. As well as being used by motor vehicles the route is also popular with cyclists.
The resurfacing team will soon be appearing at Church Road Benson followed by Foxborough Road Radley as they take advantage of the good weather and work their way through this year’s surfacing programme.
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