New images published as part of the Examination process are bringing the proposed Amesbury to Berwick Down (Stonehenge) scheme to life.
The computer-generated images show what the scheme could look like once completed, in 2026.
The existing A303 in the Stonehenge World Heritage Site will be transformed to a restricted byway, giving pedestrians, cyclists and horse riders improved access through the pre-historic landscape, enhancing their experience.
New rights of way are just some of the many benefits the scheme will deliver to the area if given the go-ahead in April 2020.
Other benefits include improved journey times, the creation of new habitats for birds and other local fauna and the reconnection of the severed northern and southern halves of the World Heritage Site.
Have a look at the updated images on our interactive map now and get a feel for how our scheme could look.
Latest information on the Examination process can be found via the Planning Inspectorate’s website.