Improving health and traffic congestion
We've carried out extensive work on the A329 to encourage residents to use more sustainable ways of getting around. The aim is not only to save residents money and improve their health, but also to help reduce congestion and improve air quality.
The final phase of work along London Road in Wokingham was completed in October 2020. This new secton links Coppid Beech roundabout / A329M interchange and Wokingham town centre.
Thames Valley Berkshire Local Enterprise Partnership has provided significant support to the project, including the latest phase.
The number of residents cycling around the Borough has significantly increased and we hope to that continue following completion.
Visit the MyJourney Wokingham website to find out more about cycling in Wokingham Borough.
In 2017 work was completed between Aspen Place and Station Approach, in Wokingham, including major work on the kerbs and re-aligning the carriageway. This was the most recent phase of the works.
It follows previous phases of the work between the Three Tuns, in Earley, and just beyond Winnersh Crossroads between 2014 and 2016. Once it is completed, the new route links Newbury, Reading, Wokingham, Bracknell and Ascot – forming a new National Cycle Route (NCN422).
Now work on London Road, Wokingham, has been completed. We have carried out our commitment to provide a portion of the new national cycle route between Reading and Windsor Great Park.
Visit the Cycle Travel website to see the full NCN422.
Find out more
Read our Wokingham Roadworks Facebook page and our Traffic Alert Twitter page for more updates.
For more background information visit our major road projects document library.