Martins Heron roundabout
This is part of a wider programme to improve access between the M3 and M4 via the A322, A329 and A329M. This route runs through the middle of Bracknell and forms part of the original inner ring road. The main capacity constraint is the junctions where radial and orbital routes intersect.
This scheme focuses on the Martins Heron roundabout on the east of Bracknell and includes associated junction improvements and minor alteration to the London Road corridor to improve congestion and journey times. The original intention had been to fund a major part of the improvements from developer contributions arising from Bracknell Town Centre redevelopment but this is no longer possible on viability grounds.
The documents relating to this development are:
|A329 Corridor Improvements Business Case||3.7 MB|
|Appraisal summary table - A329 corridor improvements appendix C||631.27 KB|
|Value for money statement||562.97 KB|
|A329 corridor improvements - independent assessment summary report||275.33 KB|