Highways England are launching a survey to help understand the needs of local companies and businesses that use the A303 past Stonehenge.
The scheme is nearing the end of the planning process with a decision expected in early April by the Secretary of State for Transport.
They want to engage with businesses at an early stage ahead of construction.
The survey aims to discover how businesses and their customers use the current A303, find out what concerns they might have during construction – so we can look at well ahead of work starting – and understand the best ways of talking to each other in the future. They also want to hear about the benefits that the road upgrade could bring to local businesses.
They're working with organisations including the Federation of Small Businesses, Freight Transport Association, Road Haulage Association, Swindon and Wiltshire Local Enterprise Partnership, Stonehenge Chamber and Wiltshire Council to reach as many businesses as possible.
You can complete the quick survey here anonymously if you wish.