A23 Coulsdon Relief Road
- Road for use by all traffic
- Transport for London
- £ 33m
- TfL/Central Government
- 3.2 km (2 miles)
A new single carriageway three-lane road, realigning the A23 away from the main commercial area of Coulsdon, though the new road still passes through the town. It will terminate at a roundabout at each end, and along its length will have a normal traffic lane in each direction plus a special purpose bus, cycle and HGV lane northbound. This was one of the only road schemes approved by anti-car London mayor, Ken Livingston.
|14 December 2006||The new road opens to traffic and work begins on a scheme to regenerate Coulsdon town centre.|
This scheme has been completed, so it's no longer possible to edit any of the information on this page.
This scheme was last updated on 26 October 2008.