Tuesday, December 04, 2012

Wallington Station Railway Bridge to be painted soon

The railway bridge at Wallington Station will be repainted in January after a campaign by your local councillors Monica Coleman, Colin Hall and Jayne McCoy

In order for the work to be carried out safely the council needs to introduce a temporary way for traffic and pedestrians to move under the railway bridge at the junction with Manor Road and Woodcote Road.

The Temporary Traffic Management Order will come into effect on Monday 14 January 2013 with works taking place at night between the hours of 10.00 p.m. and 5.00 a.m. It is expected that the works will be finished by 25 February 2013.  However, the Order will remain in force for 18 months to be re-introduced should further works be required.

When the works are taking place and the appropriate traffic signs are displayed the Order will close certain lengths of pavements in Manor Road and Woodcote Road on the approach to the bridge. The pavements will only be closed one side at a time depending on which side of the bridge is being worked on.

1 comment:

James Calbraith said...

Excellent news :)