THERE are just a few days left to have a say on the future on transport in Winchester.

The Winchester Movement Strategy, which is looking to improve how people travel in and around Winchester over the next 20-30 years, is currently being consulted on, but will close at 11:59pm on Sunday, January 13.

As previously reported, Hampshire County Council, working in partnership with Winchester City Council, released the ‘Emerging Strategy Document’ in November. It suggested a range of measures in a bid to cut city-centre traffic and improve air quality. They include:

l increasing capacity for park and ride services;

l giving buses priority over cars through measures such as bus gates in Southgate Street and Chesil Street, and bus lanes in Andover Road;

l consolidating parking in larger out-of-city-centre car parks rather than increasing city centre spaces;

l enhancing cycling and pedestrian routes across the city with a “reallocation of road space along the full length of North Walls”;

l and changing parts of the one-way system.

If those measure fail to improve congestion in the city, a range of charging zones “could be considered”.

To take part in the consultation, visit, call 0300 555 1388, or email