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A23 Horley Road, Redhill improvement scheme

Scheme overview

This project aims to improve sections of the A23 to make travelling by bike, bus and on foot safer, easier and faster by extending the cycle routes in central Redhill and the surrounding area. Better shared pedestrian/cycle paths will mean that residents benefit from routes that link up all the way from Reigate and Redhill, to Horley and Gatwick airport. This will make it easier for people to use sustainable travel options between business areas, health and retail facilities.

This has been supported by the Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) to improve sustainable travel options in the greater Redhill area. This is being delivered in several phases along the A23 during 2017 and 2018.

To find out more information about The Greater Redhill Regeneration project please see our major transport schemes page.

Ongoing works - July 2017 to April 2018

Location: Southbound carriageway from Three Arch Road to Chestnut Road.

Traffic management: Whilst our works are carried out the A23 will remain open under a 24/7 Southbound lane closure with a reduced 30mph speed limit in place. Our works will be carried out between 8am and 5pm weekdays with some evening working.

Our works will include the widening of the existing pavement, the installation of a shared path for pedestrians and cyclists, a new speed table on Wimborne Avenue, various bus stop improvements and carriageway resurfacing.

Please note: Adverse weather conditions can delay works so please be aware that the above dates and working hours are subject to change.

If you have further queries which have not been answered on this page, please contact us.