Highways England are consulting on changes to the M3 junction 9 at Winnall. They say that their proposed changes will minimise the impact on the environment - visit  Highways England website for more details.    

The consultation is open till 19 Feb. Public information events with displays boards, members of the project team and questionnaires will be at:
Winchester Guildhall Sat 27 Jan 10.30-4.30
Winchester Guildhall Wed 31 Jan 2.00-8.00
Winall Community centre Sat 10 Feb 10.30-4.30
Kings Worthy Community Centre Fr 16 Feb 2.00-8.00
Kings Worthy Community Centre Sat 17 Feb 10.30-4.30
Questionnaires can also be picked up at each of these places and from the Tourist Information Centre, Winchester.
WinACC and Cycle Winchester are keen for any changes to accommodate cyclists.  The current proposals remove the gap in National Cycle Network route 23 so that cyclists will be able to cross the M3 by Tesco, to access the old Easton Lane. There are also unclear proposals for creating a pedestrian (or cycling?) link between Kings Worthy and Winnall Tesco. On the other hand, the proposed changes might increase motor traffic and so increase greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution.

If you have comments, please email them to transport@winacc.org.uk by 14 February as well, of course, as responding directly via Highways England's online survey if you wish.