Southern Link Road Bridge (SLRB) Access Options Consultation
The Southern Link Road Bridge (SLRB) is a proposed new road bridge south of Crewe Station between Weston Road and Gresty Road. The bridge would span over the railway helping to reduce traffic congestion on Nantwich Road Bridge, allowing better provision for pedestrians and cyclists.
The SLRB forms part of the Crewe HS2 Hub Area Action Plan (AAP), developed to facilitate the arrival of HS2 by delivering jobs, regeneration and investment to the Crewe Station area. The plan includes a strategy to improve the transport network by upgrading junctions, creating a transport interchange and improving walking and cycling routes to the town centre.
You can read more about our Transport Strategy in the AAP which is available on our Area Action Plan for Crewe page.
As part of the construction work for the proposed bridge new access roads would be created to link the bridge to the surrounding road network.
We have proposed eight access road options, as part of the consultation we would like you to comment on which of these options you prefer, noting that each West option can be combined with any East option.
Further information on the SLRB and proposed route options can be found in the consultation brochure PDF, 10MB).
You can provide your feedback on the scheme between the 22 July and 23:59 on 3 September 2019 through our online questionnaire.
You can find further information via the frequently asked questions (PDF, 245KB)
Alternatively, you can comment through the following channels:
Visit our exhibition:
Southern Link Road Bridge consultation
|10 August 2019
||10.00am to 3.00pm
Crewe Alexandra Football Club
Post: your response using the free-post address:
FREEPOST RTUK – RBLY – XUBT
Southern Link Road Bridge
5 First Street
Once the consultation closes on the 3 September we will analyse your responses and prepare a consultation report which will be published on the website.
If the scheme is approved by cabinet, we will submit a planning application in Summer 2020, construction work will commence in 2024 and complete in 2026.