Wheatfield Way area

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October construction work

Junction at Wheatfield Way and Fairfield North

Works commenced in August 2018 to upgrade junctions at Wheatfield Way and Fairfield North. Installation of a wider pedestrian and cycle crossing and installation of a two-way segregated cycle lane.

Finalising of pedestrian areas around the junction (near Old London Rd) are estimated to complete in November.

Junction at Brook Street and Wheatfield Way

  • A new segregated cycle lane is almost complete between College Roundabout and Brook Street.
  • New centre islands, paving and signal crossing improvements at Brook Street are also nearly complete.

Fairfield Rd to Ashdown Rd

  • Works commencing from October into November on the road section between Fairfield Rd and Ashdown Rd.
  • During these works there will be traffic management measures in place on northbound and southbound lanes on Wheatfield Way, reducing the carriageway to one lane each way.

We apologise for any inconvenience these town centre works may cause. Motorists and pedestrians are asked to follow the signed diversions, and advised to allow extra time to travel through the town centre. The town remains open for business, but drivers may experience some delays during peak periods.

Construction work on Wheatfield Way started in October 2017.

The Wheatfield Way works have been coordinated with the Kingston Station Go Cycle and the Kingston High Street projects to minimise traffic disruption.

You can find out more about borough-wide roadworks here.

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Photos showing the Wheatfield Way scheme before, during and after

Wheatfield Way before


Wheatfield Way under construction


Wheatfield Way partial completion


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