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  • Respondents who oppose widening the northbound access to the motorway at Rudmore roundabout express concern that widening roads will increase traffic, causing more accidents and worsening air quality
  • Respondents who oppose changing the layout of the roundabout said it is unnecessary and may lead to more accidents
  • Respondents who oppose widening the road for vehicles exiting the roundabout southbound feel it is unnecessary, that it may increase delays and congestion, and that it could be more dangerous
  • Over half of respondents who oppose a new cycle lane southbound suggest that cyclists need to be further encouraged to use the routes they already have
  • Others comment were that a new cycle lane could be dangerous for cyclists, that there should be more off-road options, and that cyclists are dangerous for drivers
  • Respondents who oppose extending the bus lane were concerned that the proposals will lead to more delays and congestion, that it is unnecessary, and that it is inconsiderate of car users

Why do you oppose 'Widened northbound access to the motorway' at Rudmore roundabout?

Base: Those opposing (15*) | *caution small base

wdt_ID Responses (showing key themes) %

This table shows that of those who oppose widened northbound access to the motorway, 38% say wider roads will increase traffic, 20% are concerned there will be more accidents, 13% are concerned about increasing congestion and declining air quality, 13% say that widening the northbound access is unnecessary, 7% provided alternative suggestions for other modes of transport (buses and cyclists), and 27% opposed for other unspecified reasons. Please note, there was a small base of only 15 respondents.

Why do you oppose 'Changing the layout of the roundabout to allow for two lanes from the A3 at Stamshaw Road and Kingston Crescent to travel to M275 northbound' at Rudmore roundabout?

Base: Those opposing (18*) | *caution small base

wdt_ID Responses (showing key themes) %

This table shows that of those who oppose changing the layout of the roundabout to allow for two lanes from the A3 at Stamshaw Road and Kingston Crescent to travel to the M275 northbound, 28% say the proposal is unnecessary, 22% say it may lead to more accidents, 17% are concerned about congestion, 11% suggested alternative improvements, 11% said it doesn’t solve the problem, and 28% opposed for other unspecified reasons. Please note, there was a small base of only 18 respondents

Why do you oppose 'Widen the road for vehicles exiting the roundabout southbound' at Rudmore roundabout?

Base: Those opposing (16*) | *caution small base

wdt_ID Responses (showing key themes) %

This table shows that of those who oppose widening the road for vehicles exiting southbound, 50% said it is unnecessary, 19% said the proposal will increase delays, 19% said it could increase the possibility of accidents, 13% were concerned about air pollution and lack of green space, and 25% opposed for other unspecified reasons. Please note, there was a small base of only 16 respondents.

Why do you oppose a 'New cycle lane southbound' at Rudmore roundabout?

Base: Those opposing (46)

wdt_ID Responses (showing key themes) %

This table shows that of those who oppose a new cycle lane southbound, 52% say cyclists should use the routes they already have, 20% said it is unnecessary, 17% said it will be dangerous for cyclists, 11% said off-road cycle lanes should receive the investment instead, 11% said cyclists are dangerous for drivers, 11% said the wrong mode of transport had been prioritised, 7% said it will increase delays, and 4% opposed for other unspecified reasons.

Why do you oppose 'Bus lane extended back to roundabout exit onto M275' at Rudmore roundabout?

Base: Those opposing (37)

wdt_ID Responses (showing key themes) %

This table shows that of those who oppose extending the bus lane back to the roundabout exit onto the M275, 35% say there will be more delays, 32% say the proposal is unnecessary, 19% provided alternative suggestions for other modes of transport (car users, cyclists), 16% said there are not enough buses to justify it, and 19% opposed for other unspecified reasons.