Here you’ll find updates on construction work along the route. To find out more about the background of this project view the A1010 North Plans page.
View the plans here
From Monday – Friday between 09:00 – 17:00, Katy Davies, the Public Liaison Officer is available to discuss any construction related queries on 07714 295 768 or email@example.com
If you have a more general question about Cycle Enfield then use our contact page to get in touch.
We know construction can be disruptive. While there are times when it’s unavoidable, we’re working to make the process more manageable. We have explained the ways we’re working in this minimising disruption PDF guide.
Works are due to commence at the Nags Head junction on 22 July 2019. This work to upgrade the junction has been approved by Council.
A decision has yet to be made on the wider A1010 North scheme, however the council is of the view that these junction improvements bring stand-alone benefits whether the rest of the scheme is delivered or not.
The north side of the junction will be closed from 22 July to 2 September 2019 over the school holidays.
The following bus routes will be affected:
121, 191, 279, 307, 313, 349, 377, 491, N279
Your nearest alternative stops on route are:
Stop C on Southbury Road near Glenn Road or stop on Ordnance Road near Mollison Avenue
Routes 279 and N279:
Stop H on High Street, Ponders End near Southbury Road or stop EM on Hertford Road near Oatlands Road
Stop R on Southbury Road near Great Cambridge Road or stop ET on Green Street near Ashley Road
Buses will not serve stops between Tottenham Town Hall and Stamford Hill
Buses will not serve stops on Lincoln Road or High Street, Ponders End
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