Roadworks and traffic

Traffic updates

Week commencing 23rd November 2020

Delays anticipated to your journey time, particularly at peak times

ADVANCE WARNING OF MAJOR WORKS

Eden Street, Kingston

  • made one way in the direction of Ashdown Road to Clarence Street
  • 29 June 2020 to 02 March 2022
  • due to Covid-19 it is necessary to facilitate safer pedestrian access to Eden Street

Richmond Road, Kingston ( Go Cycle scheme )

  • lane closures
  • outside Kingston Station to Quebec House
  • 23 November to 02 December 2020
  • Go Cycle works to repair carriageway concrete and slabs

Delays possible to your journey time, particularly at peak times

Wood Street, Kingston (Go Cycle scheme)

  • lane closures
  • outside Kingston Railway station
  • from February 2018 onwards
  • Go Cycle footway upgrade works

Motspur Park, New Malden

  • temporary traffic signals
  • at the borough boundary with Merton
  • 14 October to 14 December 2020
  • bridge parapet reconstruction works

Queen Elizabeth Road, Kingston

  • road closure
  • between Canbury Park Road and Gordon Road
  • 23 October to 20 December 2020
  • bridge works by Network Rail

Ewell Road, Surbiton

  • closed in the direction towards Kingston
  • between Princes Avenue and Lenelby Road
  • 16 November to 30 November 2020
  • sewer works by Thames Water

The Cut, New Malden

  • footpath/cycle path between Melrose Gardens and Elm Road
  • 16 to 27 November 2020
  • Thames Water works to repair leak on a 48" main

Villiers Road, Kingston

  • temporary traffic signals
  • at the junction with Alfred Road
  • 23 November 2020 from 07.00pm to 11.00pm
  • sewer works by Thames Water

Maple Road, Brighton Road and Balaclava Road,Surbiton

  • temporary traffic signals
  • 23 to 25 November 2020 from 10.00pm to 05.30am
  • sewer cleaning works by Thames Water

Red Lion Road, Surbiton

  • temporary traffic signals
  • between Ravenscar Road and Tolworth Park Road
  • 23 November to 03 December 2020
  • new connection to development by Southern Gas Networks

Kingston Hill, Kingston

  • temporary traffic signals
  • junction with Coombe Wood Road
  • 25 to 26 November 2020 from 10.00pm to 05.30am
  • sewer cleaning works by Thames Water

Malden Road, New Malden

  • temporary traffic signals
  • junction with Thetford Road
  • 23 to 24 November 2020 from 08.00pm to 05.30am
  • works to raise manhole covers

Victoria Road, St Mark’s Hill, St James Road and Claremont Road, Surbiton

  • temporary multi way traffic signals
  • works by Thames Water on the roundabout outside the station
  • Sunday 29 November 2020 from 08.00pm until 05.00am
  • trunk main valve works by Thames Water

High Street, Kingston

  • road closure
  • outside Kingston Police Station
  • 29 November 2020 overnight 10.00pm to 06.00am
  • for a crane operation

Potential delays expected to your journey time

Maple Road, Surbiton

  • Community event to promote Surbiton Farmers Market
  • part road closure
  • between Cleaveland Road and Saint Leonards Road
  • 21 November 2020 from 07:30am to 02:00pm

Diversion Routes:

Northbound
Brighton Road - Portsmouth Road - Palace Road - right onto Surbiton Crescent - Maple Road
Southbound
Surbiton Crescent - Uxbridge Road - Portsmouth Road - Brighton Road

3rd Saturday of each month:

21 November 2020, 19 December 2020, 16 January 2021, 20 February 2021, 20 March 2021, 17 April 2021, 15 May 2021, 19 June 2021, 17 July 2021, 21 August 2021, 18 September 2021

RBK Streetspace Projects

LOW TRAFFIC NEIGHBOURHOODS

Albert Road, Kingston

  • from 07 September 2020
  • Albert Road is regularly used as a cut-through by motorists trying to avoid the main road junction with Cambridge Road. A planter will be installed at the Albert Road/Hawks Road junction to make this residential road safer by preventing vehicle access. To achieve this, a section of Albert Road’s one-way system will be reversed (southbound) and alterations will be made to the cycle lane (northbound).

Lower Ham Road, Kingston

  • from 07 September 2020
  • Paths and roads are narrow in this area and traffic congestion is common. A planter will be installed on Lower Ham Road (between Woodside Road and Bank Lane) to prevent through-traffic and minimise vehicles using the road. There will be access for vehicles to properties and businesses in one direction.

King Charles Road, Surbiton

  • from 14 September 2020
  • A barrier will be installed on King Charles Road (between Hollyfield Road and Beaconsfield Road) to prevent the road being used as a through-route for motor traffic, but remaining open to cycles.

https://www.kingston.gov.uk/lowtrafficneighbourhoods