Below is a summary of some of the transport actions already taken by SHBC to tackle Climate Change and protect the environment.  

Electric vehicles (EV) 

EV charging points were installed in Main Square Car Park in 2016, and at Surrey Heath House in 2021. Another 46 EV charging points are being installed at seven car parks across the Borough:

More information on the Electric vehicle (EV) charging points webpage.

Council vehicles 

  • We have previously replaced our older vehicles with new, with more efficient engines across the Meals at Home and Community Transport services. 

Partnership work 

Work got underway in February 2021 on a project to deliver a package of transport improvement measures for the A30 and Camberley town centre road and bus link network. The aim is to maintain bus reliability, improve accessibility in and around the town centre, and improve peak hour delays on the A30. 

This is a joint partnership project funded by Surrey County Council, Surrey Heath Borough Council and the Enterprise M3 Local Economic Partnership. 

Find out more about the A30 and Camberley Town Centre improvement works on Surrey County Council's website (external link)

 A331 shared pedestrian and cycle route 

The A331 shared pedestrian and cycle route was completed in 2017, providing a safe and high quality route for pedestrians and cyclists with new on-demand signal controlled crossings. The new shared path makes it easier to walk and cycle between Blackwater railway station, Meadows, Yorktown Industrial estate, Watchmoor Park and the Sainsbury's supermarket on the A331. The improvements were funded through the Enterprise M3 Local Enterprise Partnership Local Growth Funding with Surrey County Council providing a local contribution. 

Find out more about the A331 share pedestrian and cycle route on Surrey County Council's website (external link).