A16/A1073 - Spalding to Eye Improvement
It is now over five years since the road’s official opening and Lincolnshire County Council is holding a public consultation to gather public feedback about the A16 Spalding to Eye Improvement Scheme.
All information provided will feed into a ‘five years after’ monitoring and evaluation report that will also look at a range of other criteria including traffic flow, journey time, accident data, and other factors.
As part of the consultation, we welcome feedback from anyone with views on the A16 Spalding to Eye Improvement Scheme and its impact, including local residents and those that have used the road since it opened, and ask them to complete our survey about the road.
The survey will be made available on Tuesday 9th May.
The deadline for submitting completed questionnaires is Friday 9 June.
Additionally, two public drop-in sessions will take place at Crowland Community Hub, offering an opportunity to learn more about the scheme and discuss your views with the project team.
- Fri 19 May (9:30pm-12:30pm)
- Sat 20 May (10:00am – 1pm)
The A16 is an important link between Lincolnshire and Eastern England for the distribution of both agricultural and food processing freight and as a local commuter route.
The road was officially opened in October 2011. The new road is classified as the A16, with the existing A16 between Spalding and Stamford becoming the A1175. The existing A1073 has been downgraded to a C classified road.