Planned road works taking place across the borough this week

By Eli Haidari

5th Dec 2022 | Local News

This week 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

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.

Kingston Bridge (additional): Lane closures, 18 July 2022 to 21 February 2023. Repair of defective bridge parapets, balusters, plinths and coping stones.

Canbury Passage, Kingston: Closed, ongoing to 18 February 2023. Sewer repair works by Thames Water.

Kingston Hill, Kingston: Temporary signals near Magnolia Close, 1 December - 5 December. Carriageway surfacing.

High Street, New Malden: Temporary signals outside 69, 6 - 8 December 2022 nightly from 9pm - 3am. Works by BT.

Coombe Lane West, Kingston: Temporary signals outside 7, 6 December 2022. Pole replacement by BT.

Portsmouth Road, Surbiton: Temporary signals outside Bolney Court, 6 December 2022. Works by Thames Water.

Coombe Lane West, Kingston: Temporary signals near Warren Road, 5 December 2022. Leakage detection works by Thames Water.

Clarence Street, Kingston: Lane closure outside the Odeon, 5 - 6 December from 11pm - 6am. Signage maintenance checks.


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