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At 12pm (midday) on Thursday 28 January, there will be a presentation about the designs for the Portswood-Swaythling corridor. To attend, see below

This is an extract taken from Southampton City Council’s first Portswood and Swaythling Transforming Cities Fund (TCF) update bulletin. At 12pm (midday) on Thursday 28 January, there will be a presentation via Microsoft Teams Live to discuss their emerging designs for the Portswood-Swaythling corridor. If you wish to attend, details and the link are below, together with other relevant information:
” Through October and November, the council conducted a survey of residents and businesses in Portswood and Swaythling to understand how and why people travel around the local area. Responses indicated that local people would like to see improvements to walking and cycling, as well as better bus facilities and services. This survey has helped to inform some of our early thinking, and we presented our findings in December. Videos of these presentations can be found via our project website: transport.southampton.gov.uk/portswoodswaythling
At 12pm (midday) on Thursday 28 January we will be hosting another presentation via Microsoft Teams Live to discuss our emerging designs for the corridor. If you would like to attend and learn more about our proposals, you can do so by visiting the following link at the date and time specified:
bit.ly/tcf28jan (please note that this link is case-sensitive)
This presentation will be followed by a series of Q&A sessions at 10am, 1pm and 5:30pm on Tuesday 2 February that you can sign up for via the following link:
bit.ly/tcf2feb (please note that this link is case-sensitive)
Spaces are limited but more sessions may be made available on the Wednesday and Thursday, subject to demand.
We will also have a dedicated telephone line available for the week from 9am to 5pm, between Monday 1st and Friday 5th February. To contact a member of our project team, call: 023 80 832 515
For more details visit project page: transport.southampton.gov.uk/portswoodswaythling
Portswood-Swaythling Corridor
transport.southampton.gov.uk
Portswood-Swaythling Corridor
The Eastleigh to Southampton Corridor will connect Fair Oak and Bishopstoke to Eastleigh by bus and bike, and onwards from Eastleigh to Southampton Airport and Southampton City Centre by bus and bike with improved connections to the University of Southampton.