Bromsgrove needs a Western Relief Road

Bromsgrove needs a Western Relief Road

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Whitford Vale Voice started this petition to Worcestershire County Council and

For almost fifty years local residents (and sometimes even the local council) have been calling for a Bromsgrove Western Relief Road (sometimes called the Western Bypass). Over that time the traffic congestion and air pollution in our town has got worse and worse. A Bromsgrove Western Relief Road would dramatically reduce congestion and improve air quality in the town centre and on the A38 (Eastern bypass). 

Bromsgrove Council now want to build our town out to the M5 motorway; without a  Bromsgrove Western Relief Road, this risks total gridlock and rat running traffic through areas such as Catshill and roads to the west of the town centre. The council must put the Bromsgrove Western Relief Road into their transport assessment and local plans NOW.

If they do not do this now, the chance of a Bromsgrove Western Relief Road will be lost for ever. Developers want to build over the land needed to construct it and so get away without having to pay for the Western Relief Road our town desperately needs.

Whitford Vale Voice https://bit.ly/2CaUlAx is a community organisation campaigning on transport infrastructure and development in the west of Bromsgrove. We have been campaigning on these issues for over five years. We are independent of any political party and are funded entirely by community donations. 

Please sign up today to show the councils that Bromsgrove wants a Western Relief Road to help solve our traffic problems and to support the local economy.

We, the undersigned, call on Bromsgrove District Council and Worcestershire County Council to urgently put a western relief / distributor road for Bromsgrove into all relevant policies and plans.

 

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