Construction of the A1010 South Scheme is now largely complete. To find out more about the background of this project view the A1010 South Plans page here.
Major construction works here are now largely complete.
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.
To help communicate the temporary traffic management arrangements (which includes diversions) we have put together a document which includes the details and timeframes associated with the key junctions – view the details in this PDF guide.
Works here have been completed except for the area around the JC Decaux telephone kiosk, which is planned to be removed.
Works between Plevna Road and Osman Road will be substantially complete within the next couple of weeks. This area is currently being used to house a temporary bus stop to maintain service while the stop south of Osman Road is suspended. Work continues between Osman Road and Sebastopol Road where the rain garden and cycle path build out is underway on the southern corner of the junction. BT is conducting work at this location that is expected to take four to six weeks. All the southbound footway works from Park Avenue have been completed with the exception of an area of buff. This is programmed to be completed at a later date.
From Plevna Road to to Shrubbery Road is due for resurfacing from the 1st to the 5th July, consecutively.
We have introduced formal pedestrian crossings at signalised junctions where possible. Owing to the amount of traffic flow, it is...
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