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Local road works bulletin

March 5, 2012

from RBK Highways:-

Tolworth

Thornhill Road:

Adjacent to number 35. Strengthening of tributary culvert. Lane closure and temporary road closure (closure for a few days, dates to be confirmed). Works undertaken by the Council, started on 22 February and are expected to be completed within 12 weeks.

 Surbiton

Church Hill Road:

Church Hill Road will be closed between St Mark’s Hill and Adelaide Road from 5 to 9 March 2012 for Thames Water to connect St Mark’s Church to the main sewer.

Oak Hill Crescent:

New electricity connection (UKPN) to the Surbiton Hospital site. Oakhill Crescent will be closed between Ewell Road and Oak Hill Road from 8 to 21 March.

 Brighton Road:

Railway Bridge Replacement. Severe disruption expected!

  • 5 March: Preparatory works for the replacement of the railway bridge; will be done under two-way temporary traffic lights. Expected duration: 2 weeks.
  • 28 March: Closure of Brighton Road until the 8th of May. Access to all property and side roads will be maintained.
  • 28 March to 13 April: Network Rail’s contractors will remove the deck of the old bridge and install a new one.
  • Easter week-end: Total closure of footway and carriageway under Railway Bridge. Network Rail will run a mini-bus service to drive pedestrians from one side of the bridge to the other.
  • 13 April to 8 May: Southern Gas Networks will take possession of the closed road to replace the old cast iron mains in Brighton Road with new polyethylene pipes.
  • During the closure, Kingston Council will improve the illumination of the public highway under the bridge.
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6 Comments leave one →
  1. bridget permalink
    March 5, 2012 2:11 pm

    Great, now add the Ewell Road Greenway project and the whole area will soon be chaos. The traffic outside my house at 10am this morning was already at a standstill

  2. Helen permalink
    March 8, 2012 10:52 am

    The road sign says they are going on until March 2013?

  3. Alan permalink
    March 15, 2012 12:43 pm

    So will the 71 etc still be running into town with a different route?

  4. Lisa permalink
    March 29, 2012 10:06 pm

    Thanks so much for the info, my mum (69) is taking my nan (90) to kingston hospital and now know to take a different route – you’re BRILL!!

    • March 29, 2012 11:32 pm

      Thanks Lisa. We do our best. My very best wishes to your nan and your mum.
      Paul.

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