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A105 Scheme

Green Dragon Lane to York Road –The zebra crossing is now complete and has been reopened.

Borden Avenue to Walnut Grove – The final section of line marking and cycle segregation units has been installed. The rain garden outside St Stephen’s has been installed and further work will continue to replace the raised flower beds and other landscaping work. Our lighting contractor Bouygues are scheduled to install the new crossing adjacent to Regency Court later this week. Work to install signs and posts will start next week.

Sainsbury’s Junction – The traffic signals will be  commissioned by Transport for London as all electrical connections are now complete. Work is expected to be complete by the mid-May.

Station Road Junction – Work on this section is nearing completion with final work on the cycle lane and lane marking taking place. Work will start on the construction of two brick planters and work on a vehicle crossover outside 4-6 Station Road will start this week. Partner companies Siemens and Bouygues will be installing traffic signals and completing street lighting. The work on this section is scheduled to be complete by mid May 2017.

Church Street Junction with Bush Hill Road – The street lighting, cycle paths, pavements and rain gardens have been completed. The installation of street furniture including cycle stands will start this week.

Bush Hill to Essex Road – Work to install new drainage and kerbs has now been completed in two sections and we will start to work on the Uvedale Road northbound section this week under three-way off-peak traffic lights. Work is expected to be complete by August.

Ecclesbourne to Oakthorpe Road - Work is continuing on Palmerston Crescent northbound working north. We will be working on the installation of kerbs, concrete slabs and drainage.  Next week we will swap to the opposite side of the road and start work there. The planned road closure of Broomfield Lane has been rescheduled to start in the week commencing 8 May.

Lodge Drive to Osborne Road –  We will be working between Bourne Hill/Hedge Lane and Fox Lane roundabout in order to install the new cycle path. We will also be installing drainage, paving, signalling and a new bus boarder. More parking spaces have been made available for business customers in this area. The construction of a new bus boarder stop has also started. Work on the Fox Lane junction will start next week under multi-phased street lights. Work on this section is scheduled to be completed by late May 2017.

Lodge Drive Car Park - The surfacing, line marking and lighting upgrade works were all completed last week and the car park was opened on the Friday afternoon.

Radcliffe Road to Riverbank – We are installing a new kerb line, cycle lane and paving as well as improving drainage and constructing rain gardens. The work on this section is scheduled to be completed by mid June 2017.

Oaktree Avenue to Highfield Road – Work to complete a further bus stop near Fernleigh Road continues. We will soon be installing the Fernleigh Road raised junction. Temporary pedestrian signals will remain place until the new crossing is commissioned.

Ponders End scheme

High Street – The northern section between Eagle House Car Park and Stonehorse Road will be constructed in the first half of the calendar year. The southern section between Stonehorse Road and Clarence Road will be built in the second half of the calendar year. The challenging reconfiguration of the Derby Road junction is being planned for the summer holiday period to minimise disruption.

Queensway - Associated works are planned for Queensway to improve pedestrian access to the new school. The work to improve the footways and add a zebra crossing started earlier this month. This section is not expected to affect the wider traffic network.

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