The council is seeking feedback from commuters about how work to the A4440 Southern Link Road has impacted them.

Worcestershire County Council's survey aims to evaluate the success of the scheme's phase four, covering work between Ketch Roundabout and Powick Roundabout.

Councillor Marc Bayliss, the cabinet member for economy, infrastructure and skills at the council, said: "Before the County Council made the improvements the A4440 Southern Link Road would see major issues with congestion, especially during rush hours.


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"Since the works have been completed, we have really seen the difference these improvements make."

He added: "I’ve spoken to plenty of people who have commented on how journey times are now much more reliable or how the addition of greater connectivity is helping them get about the city.

“The Council is now looking for feedback in order to help evaluate the success of phase 4 of the scheme.

"So, please take the short survey to support the Council in measuring the improvements against the original scheme objectives.”

Those interested have until Friday, April 12 to submit their responses to the survey.

The final phase of works on the road, included the dualling of the road, two new bridge structures at Carrington Bridge and Powick Viaduct, the construction of the Hams Way footbridge, an underpass, and a shared use path along Temeside Way.

The fully dualled road became operational in August 2022.

To voice an opinion on the road improvements, consider participating in the survey available at