A public consultation on plans for a major overhaul of the Wolvercote and Cutteslowe roundabouts has ended.
The authority also said it wants to make Cutteslowe roundabout the city’s fourth ‘hamburger’-style junction, with the main carriageway cutting through a central island.
Both sites will gain cyclist and pedestrian crossings.
The online consultation on the £9m scheme ended yesterday. There were two public exhibitions in July.
A county council spokesman said if the plans were approved, work could start next summer and last six or seven months.
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