Blyth Relief Road online survey
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Residents can still have their say on multi-million pound plans to ease congestion in Blyth.
A high level feasibility study has been carried out on five route options, with three of these being taken forward for detailed appraisal. The council believes one of these routes provides the most benefits but it wants to hear the public’s views.
A new North/South route which largely follows the route of the disused rail line has also been put forward which could potentially reduce congestion on the A193 Rotary Way.
Two public drop-in events on the proposals attracted more than 200 visitors - and an online survey has now been created for people to submit their views.
To take part in the survey and find more information about the scheme go to www.northumberland.gov.uk/blythroad