Station Road, Quainton Traffic-calming Proposal

Closed 5 Jan 2022

Opened 15 Dec 2021


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We are proposing to introduce traffic-calming on Station Road, Quainton and would like to hear your views on this proposal. This public consultation is part of planning application 17/04041/AOP.

The proposed traffic-calming feature will be a single 'build-out' on the road  located within the Northbound lane, this will reduce the carriageway width to 3.25m and enable the adjacent  footway beside it to be widened to 1.5m. It will be constructed and funded by the developers of 151 Station Road, Quainton as part of their wider highway improvement works. These works will include:

  • Constructing a new site access with dropped kerbs and tactile paving for pedestrians
  • Accessibility improvements to the existing bus stop to the North of 151 Station Road to include a new uncontrolled Tactile crossing point

We will notify Thames Valley Police of this intention.

This consultation period has been extended due to an issue with the original email address provided for consultation responses.

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What happens next

All comments received will be collated and considered before a report is prepared. This report will go to the Council’s Cabinet Member for Transportation who will make a decision on the proposal. 

Consultees will be informed of the decision once it has been made and we will publish the outcome on this webpage.



  • Transport
  • Planning
  • Roads & parking