Meadway improvements continue during lockdown

By Jamie Hill - 25 June 2020


£4 million is being invested to upgrade Mead Way, a key route which connects residential areas of North and West Swindon with major employment areas and the town centre.

Work has continued on this project during lockdown, with teams adhering to social distancing guidelines.
Just some of the improvements being made are:
?? An additional lane going northbound from Meads roundabout (on Great Western Way) to Withymead roundabout (by Simply Gym and Kidz About)
?? Mead Way resurfaced between Meads and Withymead roundabouts
?? The roundabout at Westmead Drive and Stonehill Green junction converted into a signalised crossroad junction with a toucan crossing for pedestrians to cross Westmead Drive
?? Street furniture replaced and street lighting upgraded
You can find all of the latest updates on this project in the council's monthly Mead Way newsletter:

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