Broadway enhancement works w/c 23 July

03 July 2018

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As part of the enhancement works in Woking Town Centre, Farrans Construction will be carrying out significant works on Broadway. The works are required to further enhance Broadway’s surface.

It is expected that works will commence on Monday 23 July 2018 and last for two weeks.

To facilitate the works, it is necessary to close Broadway from its junction with Locke Way to Albion Square at the train station.

The taxi rank will operate from its bays outside Elizabeth House, between Duke Street and Locke Way. Taxis will also be using the Chertsey Road night time rank from 6.30pm until 8.30am. Signs will be in place to direct pedestrians to the ranks.

Traffic re-routing during works
To minimise disruption along Broadway during these works, the following measures will be in operation.

  • Access to shops and businesses on the north side of Broadway during the works will be maintained at all times. Signs will be in place to direct customers to the shops.
  • The existing bus stops will be relocated to a temporary bus stop between Locke Way and Duke Street.
  • Access for deliveries to Chertsey Road will be via Duke Street and Chertsey Road. A traffic management operative will be onsite to manage all access and deliveries.
  • Access to High Street will be via Duke Street and Chertsey Road (against the one-way flow). Access will be limited to cars and medium sized lorries. A traffic management operative will be onsite to assist with access.

Business owners have been asked to minimise deliveries where possible during this period to reduce congestion on Chertsey Road.

We would like to thank local businesses and road users for their patience during this period of inconvenience.

For the latest information on these highway works and the wider project, please visit, Woking Integrated Transport Project