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Work has now started on the Runnymede Roundabout in Egham situated at the junction of the A30, Egham By-pass, A308 the Causeway and next to the junction 13 of the M25 Egham.

 

As you can imagine this is one of the busiest junctions in Surrey.

 

Work began on improving this junction for vehicle, pedestrian and cyclists at the beginning of July 2017.

 

For more information on the planned improvements, the newsletter, plans and how to keep up to date please visit 

 

https://www.surreycc.gov.uk/roads-and-transport/road-maintenance-and-cleaning/our-major-maintenance-projects/a30-runnymede-roundabout-egham-improvement-scheme

Before South Western Railway took over the franchise, they had been preparing for a major timetable change in December 2018 to provide customers with access to additional services and extra capacity throughout the day.

They are therefore disappointed that they will not be implementing any changes to the December 2018 timetable and instead rolling over the May 2018 timetable. Preparations to deliver the extra services, capacity improvements and reduced journey times started well before the take over of the SWR franchise and will continue as they are determined to deliver what our customers and stakeholders expect.

Mindful of the disruption to customers that happened with other major timetable changes elsewhere in May 2018 and despite SWR’s desire to deliver the increased capacity and extra services as soon as possible to customers, it has been decided at a national level that a period of stability is needed.

 

Read the full article here

Update on timetable changes for December 2018

The Brexit Deal Explained

 

On 29 March 2019, the United Kingdom will leave the European Union, thereby fulfilling the democratic decision taken by the British people.

 

The Department for International Trade (DIT) is at the heart of EU Exit delivery. We are responsible for helping businesses export, driving inward and outward investment, preparing to negotiate market access and trade deals, and championing free trade.

 

To help the British public and businesses understand what the deal will deliver, Her Majesty’s Government has launched the ‘Brexit Deal Explained’ website.  

 

This website explains the Withdrawal Agreement, which sets out the terms of the UK’s smooth and orderly exit from the European Union, and the Political Declaration, which sets out a framework for the UK’s ambitious future relationship with the European Union that delivers in our national interest.

 

Here you can find out what the Brexit deal means for our:

 

 

  • Economy

  • Jobs

  • Security

  • Free trade

  • Businesses

  • Borders

 

To keep up to date with the Department for International Trade follow on twitter 

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