Wendover HS2 has been running an online survey on the choice between noise barriers and very Low Noise Surface (vLNS) to protect against bypass noise.
News on the HS2 project in and around Wendover, August 2018
Wendover News has been advised of investigative trenches being dug for the HS2 project, across the A413 near the road to Boswells Farm. Work on the trenches will start on Monday 20 August and is expected to last not more than 5 days.
Work on resurfacing the Stoke Hammond and Western Linslade Bypasses (A4146) will start on Monday August 13, Buckinghamshire County Council announced today (Monday 23 July).
There are two possible solutions to the problem of noise from the bypass – a very Low Noise Surface (vLNS) and noise barriers.
Views from a member of the "built environment" group.
Plans are being finalised for Aylesbury's South Eastern Link Road, and go on public display on Tuesday 17 July at Stoke Mandeville Stadium's Guttmann Centre.
A four-year action plan has been launched to look in detail at ways to solve lorry hotspot problems and better manage freight around Buckinghamshire's roads.
Preliminary work starts today (Monday 4 June) on the northern section of Beaconsfield's new relief road, one of Buckinghamshire County Council's high priority investment schemes.
Buckinghamshire County Council have been given Assurances relating to HS2. Money from HS2 Ltd. is available to pay for these very specific projects.