One month of travel delays as temporary traffic lights set up in Bexleyheath town centre

PUBLISHED: 14:43 29 January 2016 | UPDATED: 14:43 29 January 2016




Lights will be operating from next month

Bexleyheath Broadway is set for traffic delays throughout next month as temporary traffic lights are being installed.

The first set off lights, being installed next week, will be in place from 9.30am to 3.30pm, from the junction with Albion Road to the junction with Church Road.

After the first week, 24-hour temporary traffic lights will be used continuously in both directions on the Broadway, first from Church Road to Lion Road and then from Lion Road to Devonshire Road.

The lights are then expected to be removed by early March.

The traffic disruption is due to work to improve the area as part of the Bexleyheath Town Centre Revitalisation scheme.

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