Recent projects completed include ;
Bletchley Fixing the Links - £3.5 m
Improving the quality of the pedestrian links/routes between Bletchley Railway Station and Bletchley Town Centre
The creation of a high quality station gateway and a more efficient and effective transport interchange that will be the main arrival/departure point for people travelling to/from Bletchley by train.
A421 - Pinch Point - £18 m
The Pinch Point project aimed to reduce congestion at the 'bottleneck' areas at Kingston Roundabout and the A421 between Fen Farm and Eagle Farm roundabouts by dualling 1km of road and increasing the capacity for traffic at Kingston roundabout. (that links MK to Junction 13 of the M1).
The improvements will help increase capacity and reduce congestion for all road users as well as providing access for the development of businesses and new homes.
Major projects currently in the design phase with delivery expected over the next 18 months to 2 years are ;
V4 Watling Street - Pedestrian Crossings - £3.5 m
The Western Expansion Area (WEA) is situated between Crownhill and Stony Stratford. Once complete it will include 6,550 new homes, employment land, green open spaces and parks, a main street with retail and leisure units and schools. Pedestrians and cyclists will need a safe crossing points across the V4 grid road in and out of the WEA that link to existing Redway network.
Monkston/Brinklow Roundabout/Grid Road Improvements - £3.5 m
The eastern highway network of Milton Keynes is growing rapidly (Eastern flank development) and as a result the levels of congestion are increasing, it is necessary to improve the network capacity through re-modelling and introduction of traffic management measures, this scheme will look to carry this out on these key roundabout nodes for the benefit of the travelling public.
Crownhill/Loughton Roundabout/Grid Road Improvements - £3.5 m
In a similar way that the Monkston/Brinklow is increasing capacity for the highways network in the eastern flank, the Crownhill/Loughton project will replicate similar work and improvements for the network in western Milton Keynes.