London Borough of Croydon

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Road works

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

Parchmore Road: 25 to 26 June 2018

At the Parchmore Road Junction, there will be a closure on one lane of Brigstock Road (outside of Cotford Parade) to install a new duct  to run to the pedestrian crossing safely. The result of this is that westbound traffic will be diverted at the Parchmore Road Junction and return back to Brigstock Road along Melfort Road.

Pawsons Road: 25 June 2018

Upcoming works in Pawsons Road to implement Quietway Cycle Measures. The works are planned to start on Monday 25 June 2018 and expected to last up to five weeks.

 

The work area is from no.60 to no.130 Pawsons Road including the junctions of Pitt Road and Mayo Road. It includes junction modifications, Sinusoidal profile speed humps, a raised zebra crossing and resurfacing

High Street Purley: 30 June 2018

To facilitate the annual Purley Food Festival, the market square area of High Street Purley will be closed between 08.00hrs and 19.00hrs on Saturday 30 June. The diversion for displaced traffic will be via the slip road onto Brighton Road. The right hand turn will be revoked during this time.

Central Hill: 18 June 2018

SGN have been working at the above location in the centre of the carriageway with traffic maintained either side in both directions. 3-way signals are in place.

South End: 24 June 2018

South End will be closed between its junctions with Coombe Road and Aberdeen Road on Sunday 24 June for the South End Food Festival. The road will be closed from 7am until midnight. The diversion for displaced traffic will be via Aberdeen Road/St Peters Road/Coombe Road. Buses will be on divert during this period.

Addiscombe Road: 1 July 2018

Addiscombe Road will be closed between its junctions with Shirley Road and Sandilands for a triathlon event on Sunday 1 July between 6am and 11am.  Diversions for displaced traffic will be via Shirley Road/Lower Addiscombe Road/Cherry Orchard Road/Addiscombe Road. Buses will be on divert during this period.

Beulah Hill (near Upper Beulah Hill): 14 June 2018

Due to a leak at the above location, Thames Water have installed two-way signals to facilitate a repair in the carriageway. These signals will be manually controlled during peak times. Once more information is a received an update will be sent.

Oliver Avenue, Homesdale-Dixon Road: 21 May-14 June

Phase one: Road closed: some parking maintained where possible, access maintained, peds maintained. Residents letter drop and advance warning signs out. *** 4 day extension request following access difficulties to resident’s properties. Gas mains replacement scheme, other phases to follow shortly.

68 Portland Road: 14 – 16 June

Multi-way signals: 22:00-06:00 one night only. Thames Water reinstatement works.

30 Whitehorse Lane: 14 – 15 June

Two-way signals: 20:00-06:00. Thames Water – reinstatement.

77 Portland Road: 19 – 21 June

Multi-way signals: 20:00-06:00. Thames Water – Valve repack in carriageway.

283 & 287 Whitehorse Lane: 14 – 18 June

Two-way signals: 09:30-14:30. LBC carriageway pothole repairs.

South Norwood Hill/Whitehorse Lane/Howden Road: 13 -15 June

Multi-way signals: 20:00-06:00. Howden road closed at its junction with South Norwood Hill. Thames Water – leak investigation – Thames are trying to locate an ongoing leak at this location. They hope to find locate and repair.

South Vale: 18 – 20 June

Road closed at junction with Central hill: Access for residents via diversion. Residents letter dropped. Closure is from Junction with Central Hill to No 1-4 Barrington Walk. With parking suspensions on both sides, diversion via; Central Hill, Harold Road, Bedwardine road and Gatestone road. Virgin Media – Clear blockage.

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.

Spout Hill (near The Dell): 11  to 14 June 2018

Two-ways signals are in place. UK Power Networks are working on an urgent HV fault. The traffic lights will be manually controlled durinmg peak times.

Oliver Avenue, Homesdale-Dixon Road: 21 May to 14 June 2018

Phase one: Road closed: some parking maintained where possible, access maintained, peds maintained. Residents letter drop and advance warning signs out. Gas mains replacement scheme, other phases to follow shortly.

68 Portland Road: 14 to 16 June 2018

Multi-way signals: 22:00-06:00 one night only. Thames Water reinstatement works.

291 Sydenham Road: 9 to 10 June 2018 (weekend)

08:00-17:00: Two-way signals. Thames Water – New water connection.

Manor Farm Road: 12 June 2018

Road Closure: Bridge Examination: 10:00-15:00. Network Rail – Bridge Examination.

50 Galpins Road: in progress to 8 June 2018

Two-way signals. Thames Water – reinstatement following burst water main.

30 Whitehorse Lane: 14 to 15 June 2018

Two-way signals: 20:00-06:00. Thames Water – reinstatement.

39 Northcote Road: 9 to 10 June 2018

Multi-way signals. Thames Water, service pipe relay.

Upper Shirley Road (near Oaks Road): 5 June 2018

Southern Gas Networks (SGN) are repairing a leak at the above location, 2-way lights are in place and will be manually-controlled during peak times.

South Park Hill Road: Various weekends

There are a few weekends coming up where there will be 2 way signals in place.

  • 9 to 10 June - UKPN with a new connection to 54 South Park Hill Road.
  • 16/17 and 23/24 - Thames with a new connection to 54 South Park Hill Road. Conversations were had to work collaboratively with UKPN but due to various reasons this is not possible.
  • 30 June to 1 July - Thames with a new connection to Elmhurst School.
  • 7 to 8 July - Thames with a new connection to 47 Croham Road.
  • 14 to 15 July - Thames with a new connection to 31a South Park Hill Road.

Bridle Road: 15 to 20 June 2018

Croydon’s Highways team together with its principal contractor Kier, will shortly be commencing resurfacing works on the above road. This work is scheduled to commence on 15 to 20 June 2018 (excluding weekends). Due to the locations and nature of these works it is inevitable that some disruption will occur, these works are being scheduled to be carried out between 21:00-05:30.

Sumner Road: 13 to 15 June 2018

Road closed due to resurfacing.

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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