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View all current and planned road works in Croydon and London on TfL's register of London roadworks . Or UK wide on roadworks.org. Information on these sites includes work carried out by utility companies that are not fully under the council's control.
Temporary traffic signals and road closures
Park Hill Road: 19 July 2018
Due to a burst main Thames water have installed temporary signals on Park Hill Road (near St Clair’s Road).
Foxley Lane, Woodcote Valley Road : 25 July 2018
As part of a water resilience program, Foxley lane will be mae one way on Wednesday 25 July. Also at the same time Woodcote Valley Road will be one way between Foxley Lane and Purley Knoll.
Addington Road (near Ashen vale): 23 July to 3 August 2018
As part of a continuing effort by Thames Water to repair a sewer, it Is necessary for them to now excavate the carriageway. To enable these works it is necessary to use temporar,y 2-way lights. The lights will be manually controlled through the peak flows.
Limpsfield Road: During school summer holidays
Essex utilities obo Southern Gas Networks begin their scheme to replace gas mains in the area between Wentworth Way and the borough boundary at Tithe Pitt Shaw Lane. In order to enable these works there will be side road closures and temporary lights on Limpsfield Road. The lights will be manually controlled through the peak flows.
Woodville Road: 23 July to 2 September July 2018
As part of the improvement works at the Parchmore Road Junction, Woodville Road (at the junction of the High Street) will be closed to construct the new works. Diversions displayed via street signage will be in place during the course of the works to provide guidance for alternative routes. Pedestrian access throughout the junction will be maintained at all times, specific routes will change during phasing of the works to accommodate construction.
London Road: Sunday 22 July 2018
Please be aware that London Road will be closed between its junctions with St James Road and Oakfield Road on Sunday 22 July, from 7am to 9pm to facilitate the London Road Carnival of Cultures event. The diversion for displaced traffic will be via St James Road/Hogarth Crescent/Whitehorse Road/Newgate/Wellesley Road/Station Road during this time.
London Road: 28 to 29 July 2018
London Road will be made one way from St James to Station Road from 20:00 on 28 July to 12:00 on 29 July. Diversions will be in place and Tfl buses are aware.
Bishops Road: 16 to 20 July 2018
Bishops Road will be closed with access only to residents from 16 to 20 July as the new development at number 22 requires a new water connection. Residents will have access via Longley Road.
Old Lodge Lane: 22 and 23 July 2018
To facilitate works to erect signage on the railway bridge, Old Lodge Lane will be closed from 10pm on Sunday 2 July and reopened the next morning by 5am. The diversion for displaced traffic will be via Brighton Road/Stoats Nest Road/Hartley Down.
Factory Lane: 22 June to 23 July 2018
UKPN have a job to upgrade the electric supply from Beddington Farm Road to Factory Lane. To facilitate this, Factory Lane will be one way from 22 June to 23 July from the recycling centre to the width restriction at Miller Road. South bound traffic will be diverted via A23 / A232 and A236.
4-6 Montague Road: Various times May - October 2018
There is currently a development under way at 4-6 Montague Road. To assist a series of crane lifts the road will be closed with access only between:
- 8 to 10 May
- 16 to 18 June
- 23 to 25 July
- 3 to 5 September
- 15 to 17 October
The closures will only be between 08:00 – 20:00 with the bottom section of Montague made 2-way to allow for access.
George Street / Church Street and Wellesley Road tram stops
Resurfacing of George Street / Church Street and Wellesley Road tram stops. Wellesley Road will have a walkway in the tram lane to maintain pedestrian access. Church Street and George Street resurfacing will not affect pedestrians.
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