Wednesday, 11 September 2013 12:09

Temporary A3095 Road Closures

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Scale model of the new hospital Scale model of the new hospital

UPDATE (18/09/2013): Due to additional preparation works for the roundabout, the A3095 roadwork closures have been revised. The overnight closures (8pm to 6am) will now take place from Thursday 26 September 2013 until Friday 4 October 2013.

As part of the Broadmoor Hospital redevelopment new road works, the A3095 will be closed both ways between Magdalene Road roundabout and the B3348, on Monday 23 September until Monday 30 September 2013, from 8pm to 6am daily. At all other times, one lane restrictions will remain in place managed by the existing temporary traffic light system.

The planned temporary closures are to allow for completion of the new roundabout; and during these times, traffic will be diverted via the A321 Marshall Road, the A30 London Road, the A322 Bracknell Road and the B3430 Nine Mile Ride. All diversion routes will be signposted.

Roadwords during off-peak hours

These road works form part of the planning conditions for the new hospital and the trust is working closely with Bracknell Forest Council and its contractors to minimise commuter inconvenience. David Phillips, redevelopment programme manager, said "By completing the roundabout during off-peak hours, we hope to lessen the impact the temporary closures have on residents in surrounding areas. However, as with any major road works, there may be some disruption. We would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused in advance and reassure commuters that the trust will continue to do everything we can to make sure this is kept to a minimum."

The new road which will initially be used for construction traffic is scheduled to be completed in December 2013. Following the redevelopment project, it will become the main access route to the hospital, reducing the volume of traffic travelling through the Crowthorne area.

Check Traffic Updates

If you are planning to use the A3095 whilst these works are being carried out, please listen to local traffic updates and allow additional time for your journey. Motorist with any queries, comments, or requiring more information, please contact our free phone helpline on 0800 032 9760

You can learn more about the Broadmoore redevelopment in this article from February.

Nicholas Young

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