Last updated:

26th June 2024


Information on current and planned roadworks

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Major current and upcoming roadworks

SGN works - Church Road, Earley

  • 1 July for approximately 9 weeks

More information on Church Road, Earley 

SGN works – Davis Street, Hurst

  • 13 May to 12 July

More information on Davis Street, Hurst 

California Crossroad Improvements

  • February to September 2024 

More information on California Crossroad 

Utility works

More than 80 percent of the roadworks taking place across the borough are utility works.

We have a legal obligation to allow utility companies to carry out their works on our road network. Our Streetworks team work closely with them all to try to ensure that essential works are carried out with as little disruption as possible while keeping everyone safe, including drivers, pedestrians, cyclist and those carrying out the works.

Gas, electric, water and telecoms companies submit a request to work on our roads and footways and this could be for installation or maintenance works and big projects need roadworks to be in place around the clock as they are having to dig holes in the road so closures or lights cannot be removed during peak travel times like we do with other works.

These works ensure we all have access to gas, water electricity, internet and phones. Planned maintenance reduces the chances of emergency works needing to be carried out, like a burst water pipe which can leave people without water and damage the road.

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