TOTTENHAM COURT NOW HAS TWO WAY TRAFFIC
LOOK BOTH WAYS WHEN CROSSING THE ROAD
Check the new bus routes and journey information via the Transport for London website.
Project pop up information sessions: To be confirmed
Tottenham Court Road (east)
Tottenham Court Road outside Heals and Habitat
- We are removing some of the new paving in this location in preparation for the installation of the historic lamp columns which have been restored. Four different areas will be surrounded by herras fencing.
Tottenham Court Road (west)
Tottenham Court Road junction with Howland Street
- The cycle lane is closed for works
St Giles Circus (Centre Point)
- Paving works are ongoing with installation of benches and permanent tree grilles to follow.
New Oxford Street
- Southern footway repaving works between Shaftesbury Avenue and Dyott Street. This involves a bus stop closure west of Dyott Street on New Oxford Street.
- High Holborn northern pavement between Museum Street and Grape Street this includes laying new pavements and will involve pedestrian diversions and lane closures.
- A lane closure on Shaftesbury Avenue, between High Holborn and Bloomsbury Street. We will work on one side of the road and then the other.
- We have a working compound on Shaftesbury Avenue to support the works in the area
- Gas works on going unrelated to West End Project
Gower Street / Bloomsbury Street
- Investigation works in partnership with BT between Grafton Way and University Street (one lane closure)
- Paving works between University Street and Torrington Place
- Paving works between Torrington Place and Chenies Street
- Pedestrian diversions in place
- One lane closure (western side)
- Drainage works ongoing between Bedford Square and Great Russell Street this will involve the closure of two lanes of traffic. We will work on one side of the road for approximately 3-4 weeks and then on the other for another 3-4 weeks
- Eurovia compound based on Bedford Square
The Post Building
From the 20th September 2018 we have been working in the area around the Post Building on Museum Street. We are coordinating all our work with the site developers Laing O’Rourke. Our remaining work will take place in the following areas:
- The junction of New Oxford Street, Museum Street and Bloomsbury Way
- The sections of footway on High Holborn and New Oxford Street adjacent to the Post Building
- The footways on both sides of Museum Street, between High Holborn and New Oxford Street
The work involves renewing the traffic signals at the junction, which includes putting in underground ducts. There will also be new dropped kerbs, changes to kerb lines and all the footways in this area will be repaved.
Similar work was completed at the High Holborn junction before Christmas and the new signals were switched on, on the 11th February. That junction now has controlled (push-button operated) pedestrian crossings on all four arms.
Works are well underway on the New Oxford Street/Museum Street/Bloomsbury Way junction. When complete the junction will have a new pedestrian crossing on its Bloomsbury Way arm. Our current programme would see the junction complete by early April.
Works to repave the footway on Museum Street, opposite the Post Building, have been completed to the back half and the front section is on hold while Laing O’Rourke occupy the other side of the road. In the meantime, we have worked alongside Laing to pave the footway next to the building, which is now complete.
The programme for the remaining work is subject to the progress of Laing O’Rourke and adverse weather. The first section of the New Oxford Street footway has now been started and access to complete the opposite side of Museum Street and the High Holborn footway are expected to follow soon.