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A4 Bath Road bus and cycle lanes trial

The A4 Bath Road trial scheme includes a bus and cycle lane replacing East and West bound traffic lanes along the route. It runs from the Dover Road junction on the A4 to Uxbridge Road junction. It's been designed and implemented in response to the government’s initiative to:

  • get people to actively travel in the wake of the coronavirus crisis
  • support social distancing measures for cyclists and pedestrians
  • prepare for the borough’s recovery.

This is one, of a series of temporary changes proposed to bring a green restart to local travel with the Department for Transport providing funding to fast track measures.

A4 Bath Road bus and cycle lane overview

Map overview of A4 Bath Road bus and cycle lane trial.

The above map and the PDF gives an overview of the A4 Bath Road bus and cycle lane trial.

The sections, in both the image and the PDF corresponds to the sections numbered in the brackets below:

Cycle Lanes 1.5m advisory

  • Section 1: Huntercombe roundabout to Station Road, Burnham.
  • Section 2: Station Road Burnham to Cippenham Lane.

Bus and Cycle lane

  • Section 3: Dover Road to Twinches Lane.
  • Section 4: Twinches Lane to Farnham Road.
  • Section 5.1: Farnham Road to Stoke Poges Lane.
  • Section 5.2: Stoke Poges Lane to High Street Slough.
  • Section 6: Wellington Street to Sussex Place.

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