Malden Rushett junction road closures
Road closures at Malden Rushett for improvement works begin from Monday 20 October.
Transport for London (TfL) has begun work to deliver improvements and introduce a signal controlled pedestrian crossing and dedicated right turn facilities at Malden Rushett between the intersections of A243 Leatherhead Road junction, B280 Fairoak Lane and Rushett Lane.
The junction has been redesigned to improve the ‘through capacity’ of the B280, to alleviate congestion and increase the safety of the junction. New ‘smart’ traffic signals will be more responsive to traffic conditions and controlled pedestrian crossings will enhance safety when crossing the road.
Works to reconstruct and resurface the B280 have also been coordinated, as it is currently in a very poor condition.
- Monday 13 October – night time lane closures on A243 Leatherhead Road between 8pm and 2am with noisy works (such as breaking concrete) stopping at midnight
- Monday 20 October – Rushett Lane will be closed around the area of the works, local access will be maintained via diversion routes. The road will be reopened on 14 November
- Monday 17 November – Fairoak Lane will be closed around the area of the works, local access will be maintained via diversion routes. The road will be reopened on 28 November
- Monday 1 December to 4 January 2015 – Christmas break: there will be no road closures during this period and the junction will operate as normal
- Monday 5 January 2015 – final closure of Rushett Lane around the area of the works, local access will be maintained via diversion routes. The road will reopen on 20 February
- Monday 23 February 2015 – possible closure of Fairoak Lane to complete improvement works
- Monday 23 March 2015 – temporary four-way traffic lights while new permanent signals are installed
- Spring 2015 – the work is expected to conclude during spring 2015
Further information can be found at: https://consultations.tfl.gov.uk/streets/malden-rushett
Information is also available locally at Hook and Chessington Library, Chessington Garden Centre and Champion Timber (Malden Rushett branch).