Exeter's £9m bypass opens for traffic
A new £9 million road described as a vital link to major employment sites in Exeter has opened up to traffic.
The Clyst Honiton Bypass opens up direct access into Growth Point developments east of the city including the Skypark business park and new Cranbrook village.
The bypass is an essential infrastructure development within the city’s 20-year blueprint for expansion.
It connects the A30 from the Exeter airport junction, to the B3174 ‘London Road’ – and will keep heavy traffic off smaller local routes around the village of Clyst Honiton.
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The new road includes an 80 metre tunnel passing under Exeter Airport’s runway, which has been constructed to meet aviation safety standards.
Councillor Andrew Leadbetter, Devon County Council cabinet member for economy and growth, said: “I am sure local residents and businesses will be pleased to see this bypass completed. It is vital for Skypark, as well as the other business and housing developments in the area, as it ensures convenient access to the A30, M5 and Exeter Airport.”