TRANSPORT STRATEGIES

Pinhoe is developing as a significant transportation corridor on Exeter’s north eastern edge. Pinhoe is the connecting point for the Exeter and East Devon Growth Point area which includes the Exeter Science Park development and the Skypark Business Park towards the new town of Cranbrook.

VEHICULAR TRAFFIC
Traffic from across East Devon travels through Pinhoe to the centre of Exeter; routes across Pinhoe, including Church Hill, also connect Mid Devon to the M5 motorway.

Commuter traffic from Broadclyst and Cullompton cuts directly through the village centre as the B3181, which is also the resilience route for the M5 motorway between junctions 28 and 29.

Monkerton is within the electoral boundary of Pinhoe ward, but is not included in current highways strategy planning for Pinhoe. Pinhoe Forum has been campaigning for an updated traffic strategy to include Monkerton with support from the first public traffic meeting in February 2020.



PINHOE TRAIN STATION



CYCLING ROUTES