Transport Strategy 2010
In 2010 the Society produced a Transport Strategy for Weybridge. The strategy was based around the following vision.
To maintain and improve our town we in Weybridge deserve a good vision and strategy – a clear and robust statement of how we want our town to look and feel in 20 years. Lack of vision will an lead us on an uncertain path
We propose that Elmbridge, Surrey and partners should create, support and deliver transport strategies and policies that provide, not only an adequate, but an excellent, transport infrastructure, addressing important issues such as:
• Road safety – especially by reducing speeds, providing safe routes to schools / colleges and removing large HGV’s from our local roads
• Reduce emissions – by making cycling, walking and public transport more attractive
• Improve parking – reduce the impact of parking on residents through a town-wide parking strategy
• Improve transport mode integration – especially at our most important transport hub – Weybridge Station
View the overall strategy document Weybridge Transport Strategy
View the summary presentation of the strategy made at the 2010 AGM AGM Presentation
View the speed reduction presentation 20mph presentation
View the cycle strategy presentation Cycle Strategy
View the parking presentation Parking
View the station presentation Station Vision
Plan For Weybridge
Back in 1967 the Weybridge Residents Association, the forerunner of Weybridge Society, produced a ‘Plan for Weybridge’, which addressed issues around the town centre with major emphasis on the traffic situation. Its most significant proposal was for a ‘relief road’ running through Churchfields to alleviate the traffic issue on the High Street.
The Plan was produced as an alternative to other major proposals that had been made for the town.
View the Plan for Weybridge.