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Angel Road - Waterloo Road junction

Norfolk County Council asked for feedback on proposed changes to the Angel Road/Waterloo Road junction in Norwich.

The aim of the scheme is to improve bus journey times along Angel Road by changing the priority traffic flow at the junction. In doing so, it will reduce the delays to buses caused by vehicles travelling along Waterloo Road and therefore deliver better bus punctuality and reliability for passengers.


The following measures are proposed to deliver the aims of the project:

  • Removal of existing give way and central island at the Angel Road/Waterloo Road junction, along with realignment of the carriageway through changes to the kerb line
  • New give way, along with realignment of the carriageway through changes to the kerb line on Waterloo Road
  • Raised table for continuous footway at the Shipstone Road junction.

How to comment

This consultation is now closed. It closed on 22 December 2023.

View the original consultation material

Large print and alternative formats are also available on request by emailing

Next steps

The deadline for comments was Friday 22 December 2023 and we will carefully consider all responses. The local county council member and cabinet member, where relevant, will then make a decision based on the feedback we have received. If approved, construction is planned for summer 2024. This webpage will be kept up to date with the latest progress and information.


The Department for Transport (DfT) has awarded the county council nearly £50m of funding for its Bus Service Improvement Plan, aimed at improving bus services and infrastructure facilities across the county. The plan includes measures such as integrated travel hubs, new and more frequent services, and bus priority infrastructure schemes such as this project at the Angel Road/Waterloo Road junction.

Read more about our work on the Bus Service Improvement Plan.

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