We're asking residents who live near or travel through Plymstock using the A379 specifically between Pomphlett Roundabout and Elburton Roundabout to help us take stock of recent road improvements.
The A379 is a main route into the city from the east and we need to strike the balance between encouraging more people to use buses, walk or cycle and making improvements to keep our traffic moving. Not only does sustainable travel reduce the amount of cars on the road, it is healthier and helps to improve our air quality – something all cities have to address.
Given the scale of house building taking place to the east of the city a number of road improvements have been completed between Pomphlett Roundabout and Elburton Roundabout. These have been designed to create extra road space, improve traffic flow and increase safety for cyclists and pedestrians as well as drivers and bus passengers.
A three-week engagement is asking local people to give feedback about how the road improvements have affected them and if there are any changes that could further improve travel along the road.
Public engagement events
Three events have been arranged where you will be able to share your views with Council officers.
|Thursday 23 November 2017||Plymstock Library, 10 Horn Cross Road, Plymouth PL9 9BU||3pm to 7pm|
|Saturday 25 November 2017||Plymstock Library, 10 Horn Cross Road, Plymouth PL9 9BU||10am to 2pm|
|Wednesday 29 November 2017||Plymstock Library, 10 Horn Cross Road, Plymouth PL9 9BU||10am to 2pm|
How to provide feedback
You can give us your feedback in the following ways:
- Complete a feedback form at one of our events
- Collect a feedback form and post it back or write to: Policy & Intelligence Team, Chief Executive Office, Plymouth City Council, Ballard House, West Hoe Road, Plymouth PL1 3BJ
- Download the feedback form below and post it back
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A379 proposals leaflet [PDF, 807KB]
A379 proposals feedback form [PDF, 88KB]
The closing date for this engagement is Sunday 10 December 2017. Please ensure all feedback forms are received by this deadline.
What happens next?
The feedback you provide will form part of a review of how this important route is working for all road users. A short report of the responses received will be published once the engagement has closed and the responses have been analysed.