A23 Coulsdon Relief Road

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Type
Road for use by all traffic
Status
Completed
Authority
Transport for London
Cost
£ 33m
Finance
TfL/Central Government
Timescale
2004-2006
Length
3.2 km (2 miles)

Scheme Outline

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.

Progress

14 December 2006 The new road opens to traffic and work begins on a scheme to regenerate Coulsdon town centre.

It's over!

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.