RESIDENTS can voice their opinions about improvements to accessing a train station.

Oxfordshire County Council started its online public consultation on Monday on proposed transport improvements to connect Tramway Road and Station Approach in Banbury.

The council would like to get the views of people who commute and live in the town about the plan, either in person or online.

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The consultation and an exhibition will outline the proposed bus journey improvements into Banbury Train Station.

Some of the other improvements include connecting Tramway Road and Station Approach to provide a new access link for buses and taxis and a new access into Banbury Station West Car Park; improved pedestrian/cyclist access along Tramway Road to the station forecourt and a new access point into the Network Rail west car park including vehicle activated capacity signs.

Residents can look at the proposals in more detail and discuss any parts of the scheme with council officers and consultants at an exhibition at Banbury Town Council town hall tomorrow between 2pm and 8pm.

You can also view the plans and have your say online by visiting the consultation page and giving your feedback.

The consultation online will be open between January 13, 2020 and February 9, 2020 - closing at 11.59pm.

You can also print the questionnaire document and mail it by post to Oxfordshire County Council. To have your say go to,