Haringey Council has been working with Transport for London (TfL) on its plans to improve the A10 High Road in Bruce Grove Town Centre.
TfL have now started work on the A10 High Road between Bruce Grove and Forster Road to improve road safety, create more space for walking and a better town centre environment. This follows a period of public consultation on the plans from October to December 2016, the results of which can be viewed here (external link).
The improvements that are taking place in Bruce Grove will deliver:
- Widened footways to improve safety and convenience for pedestrians;
- De-cluttered pavements resurfaced with high quality materials;
- A resurfaced highway with distinctive imprinted surfaces to highlight pedestrian crossing points;
- Relocated signalised pedestrian crossing north of junction with St Loy’s Road to a more central location closer to Holcombe Road Market (opposite Lloyds Pharmacy)
- New Advanced Stop Lines to improve safety for cyclists
- Changes to the off-peak loading and unloading facilities on the High Road
- Changes to the bus stops and stopping arrangements for northbound bus services
TfL are also investigating where street trees could be planted to improve the town centre environment.
TfL contractors Ringway Jacobs have appointed a point of contact for the local community during the time these works are taking place. If you have any enquiries or concerns about the works taking place, please contact David Kingston, Public Liaison Officer, on 07811 200919.
For further information on this project, please visit the Transport for London website (external link).
There will be changes to the traffic flow until work is complete:
- To 25 July 2018 – the width of the lanes will be reduced in both directions
- 20 April – 1 June 2018 – Stoneleigh Road and St. Loys Road will be closed at the junction with the High Road
- 8 May – 6 July 2018 – you will need to turn into Chestnut Road to access the car park on Stoneleigh Road