Road improvements for Wokingham

This week the Secretary of State announced money for two Wokingham road schemes to ease congestion and improve safety. The government is granting £2.65m for the Station link road in Wokingham, and £1.859 for the A329 Coppid Beech junction improvement.

Both these schemes have been chosen and promoted by Wokingham Borough Council. I wish them well in implementing schemes, and trust they will ensure they do add to our road capacity, improve flows, and help safety. I have encouraged the Secretary of State to assist in sorting out Wokingham’s transport problems and am pleased he has provided this financial assistance.

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