Traffic disruption likely due to to Broadmoor workBy Becky Barnes
February 15, 2013
Drivers are warned that work on an access road for the Broadmoor Hospital construction site will disrupt traffic when it starts on Monday.
A temporary traffic light system will reduce traffic to a single lane in both directions on the A3095 Foresters Way from Monday to Friday between the hours of 9am and 3pm.
Redevelopment bosses at West London Mental Health Trust said the haul road to Old Broadmoor Road is being built to minimise disruption to neighbours and reduce traffic through Crowthorne centre.
Next week the road will be prepared during half-term week and then normal traffic will resume until spring when the main road works are due to last 26 weeks.
A WLMHT spokeswoman said: “Following the redevelopment, the road will become the main access route for staff and visitors, creating longer-term benefits for the community, by diverting hospital traffic away from the village.
“Preparation work for the road construction began in December 2012 and we are working closely with Bracknell Forest Council and our contractors to ensure motorists will be fully informed throughout the roadworks, which run until January 2014.”
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