The Highways Agency has released plans of work due to be carried out on the A404 in an attempt to ease traffic congestion.
The new scheme will widen the A404 northbound and Marlow Road approaches to the Bisham roundabout to increase capacity and improve traffic flows, at an estimated cost of £1.8m.
The northbound approach, for traffic heading from the M4 at Maidenhead, will be widened to three lanes to provide a dedicated left-turn for Bisham and the Marlow Road approach will be widened to two lanes nearing the roundabout.
Work is expected to begin in September and is estimated to take about three months to complete.
No alterations will be made to the A404 southbound carriageway, the A308 or access to the Under the Wood cul-de-sac.
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