Kingston: Planned road works taking place across the borough over the next fortnight

By Eli Haidari

6th Feb 2023 | Local News

The next two weeks will see a number of roadworks take place which could impact your routes across the Kingston borough.

Read on to find out what areas will be affected and the roads to avoid.

Planned works

Knollmead, Tolworth: Two-way signals outside 13-26, 3rd to 7th February 2023. Works by BT.

The Manor Drive, Worcester Park: Multi-way signals outside 130, 6th to 19th February 2023. Maintenance works by Southern Gas.

Barnsbury Lane, Tolworth: Two-way signals beside 1 Sunray Avenue, 16th to 20th February 2023. Works by Thames Water.

George Road, Kingston: Two-way signals outside Holy Cross Preparatory School and Coombe Wood Golf Club, 16th February 2023. Works by BT.

Kingston Road, New Malden: Two-way signals outside 150, 7th to 9th February 2023. Repair to the footway.

Park Road, Kingston: Two-way signals, 13th to 17th February 2023. Works by Thames Water.

Queens Road, Kingston: Two-way signals outside Park Hill School, 13th to 17th February 2023. Works by Thames Water.

Red Lion Road, Tolworth: Two-way signals outside 219, 13 to 19 February 2023. Works by Thames Water.

Upper Brighton Road, Surbiton: Multi-way signals outside the junction with Glenbuck Road, 13 February 2023. Works by Network Rail.

Water Lane, Kingston: Road closed until 24 February 2024. Development works.

Kingston Bridge, Westbound: Westbound cycle lane and footpath closed. Westbound cyclists are advised to use the main westbound carriageway, vehicles are prohibited from overtaking cyclists and pedestrians are advised to use the footpath on the north-side of the bridge.

Kingston bound pedestrians can use the footpath as normal on the north-side of the bridge, kingston bound cyclists can continue their journey on the eastbound cycle lane. 18 July 2022 - 17 March 2023


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