Provide better access, ease congestion and improve connectivity for traffic, pedestrians and cyclists in and around Leatherhead.
The highway improvements are part of a challenging and complex puzzle made up of many different inter-connected projects.
In June 2019 Mole Valley District Council’s Cabinet agreed to move forward with the Leatherhead Highway Improvement Package Phase 2: Detailed Feasibility Study. The study will consist of further surveys and analysis of the options identified in Phase 1 looking at pedestrian and cycling connections, public realm and highway safety:
A – Reconfigure Leret Way/North Street/Bull Hill junction to provide signalised pedestrian/cyclist crossing.
B – Remove pedestrian crossing on Station Road (as there will now be a new pedestrian/cyclist crossing as indicated above).
C – Make an access-only section on North Street for buses & deliveries.
D – Close Bull Hill from Kingston Road to Leret Way junction.
E – Create new one-way southbound link road from Randalls Road to Station Road.
F – Station Road and Leret Way more likely to be used by local traffic. Introduce an improved sustainable route.
G – Assess the impact of introducing two-way traffic on the gyratory.