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Current and planned roadworks and traffic disruptions

Roadworks and events that may affect traffic in the borough.

Map 

Map of roadworks in Merton (Roadworks.org)
This map shows the same roadworks as are listed below.

If you need to report a problem with roadworks please quote the reference number listed below.

Coronavirus (Covid-19)

The highway network is more vital than ever to keep key workers and emergency services moving, deliveries flowing and safeguarding the provision of utilities to support the NHS, local communities, homes and business. In line with government guidelines, essential roadworks are permitted to proceed, with contractors practising social distancing measures.

Roadworks bulletin 26 July 2021 

Merton Ref.LocationDescriptionWorks By
00160286Alexandra Road, Wimbledon – Two-way lights

Temporary traffic lights in place to enable a New Customer Connection to be completed. Works starting 28 July and are expected to take 3 Working days

 

Thames Water
00130101 00163161Bishopsford Road, London Road, Mitcham – Road ClosureRoad Closure and Diversion in place to facilitate demolition and rebuilding of Bishopsford Bridge. Lane Closure on London Road to the junction of Tramway Path to enable construction of a segregated cycle lane. Works ongoing until September 2021Merton Council
00158116Central Road, Morden – Road ClosureRoad Closure in place to enable carriageway resurfacing works. Works between Green Lane and Epsom Road are to be completed between 20:00 and 05:00 starting on 9 August and are expected to take 3 Nights.Merton Council
00163185Church Road, Mitcham – Two-way lightsTemporary traffic lights in place to enable a new water connection to Melrose School. Works starting 4 August and are expected to take 4 working days.Thames Water
00149401Graham Road, Wimbledon – Road ClosureRoad Closure in place at the Northern Junction with Hartfield Road, to facilitate the safe deliveries of Equipment and Materials to siteBarnes Construction
00158125Kenilworth Avenue, Wimbledon – Road ClosureRoad Closure in place to enable Carriageway resurfacing works. Works starting 28 July and are expected to take 3 working daysMerton Council
00159958Kingston Road, Raynes Park – Two-way lightsTemporary traffic lights in place between Rothesay Avenue and Merton Hall Road to enable Gas Mains replacement and complete all customer connections. Works starting 12 July and are expected to take 7 weeks.SGN
00162926Kingston Road, Wimbledon – Multi-way lightsTemporary traffic lights in place at the junction with Hartfield Road. Works to repair a damaged water valve. Works to be carried out between 00:01 and 06:00 on 1 AugustThames Water
00162573Leonard Road, Streatham Jcn Greyhound Terrace – Multi-way lightsMulti-way lights in place to enable reconstruction of pedestrian refuges and kerb lines. Works to start 2 August and are expected to take 10 working days.Merton Council
00161126London Road, Mitcham – Road ClosureRoad Closure in place already. Works in collaboration with Bridge Reconstruction works. Works to lay new gas main across Wandle River. Works started 9 July and are expected to take 16 working days.SGN
00163261Manor Road, Mitcham – Multi-way lightsTemporary traffic lights in place at the junction of Tamworth Lane to enable a new connection to be completed. Works starting 16 August and are expected to take 5 working daysUK Power Networks
00162859Martin Way, Raynes Park – Two-way lightsTemporary traffic lights in place to enable a new water connection to be completed. Works starting 3 August and expected to take 7 Working DaysThames Water
00163527Merton Hall Road, Wimbledon Chase – Road ClosureRoad Closure in place between Henfield Road and Avebury Road to enable Lead Pipe Replacement works to the College. Works starting 23 August and are expected to take 5 Working DaysThames Water
00163403Merton High Street, Colliers Wood – Two-way lightsTemporary traffic lights in place to enable repairs to a leaking water valve. Works Starting 14 August and are expected to take 2 daysThames Water
00161706Northborough Road Jcn Lyndhurst Avenue – Multi-way lightsTemporary traffic lights in place to enable telecoms upgrades to Cabinet and Pole. Works starting 2 August and are expected to take 5 working daysT-Mobile
00163534Parkside, Wimbledon – Two-way lightsTemporary Traffic lights in place near the junction of Windmill Road, to enable repairs to a telephone mast. Works starting 6 August and are expected to take 1 dayVodafone
00161273Ridgway, Wimbledon – Multi-way lightsTemporary traffic lights in place at the junction with Grosvenor Hill to enable a New Customer Connection to be completed. Works starting 27 July and are expected to take 4 Working daysThames Water
00162643Ridgway, Wimbledon – Two-way lightsTemporary traffic lights in place near the junction of Lingfield Road to enable lead pipe replacement works. Works starting 9 August and are expected to take 5 Working days.Thames Water
00163087 00163088Rowan Road Jcn Longthornton Road, Streatham – Multi-way lightsTemporary traffic lights in place to enable new ducting to be laid. Works starting 26 July and are expected to take 3 working daysBT Openreach
00158124Vineyard Hill Road, Wimbledon – Road Closure

Road Closure in place to enable Carriageway resurfacing works. Works starting 26 July and are expected to take 3 working days

 

Merton Council
00163491Wandle Road, Morden – Two-way lightsTemporary traffic lights in place to enable repairs to a leaking water main. Works started 23 July and are expected to take 5 Working Days.SES Water

 

00155220

West Barnes Lane, New Malden – Road ClosureRoad Closure in place to enable inspections to be carried out. Works expected to take 5 nights working between 23:00 and 06:00. Starting 9 AugustNetwork Rail
00152128West Barnes Lane, Raynes Park – Road ClosureRoad Closure in place to enable maintenance works to the crossing. Works expected to take 5 nights working between 23:00 and 06:00. Starting 26 JulyNetwork Rail


Water leaks, Gas leaks and Power cuts / outages

Please do not assume that someone else has phoned it in. Please do not report these to the Council.

The following free phone numbers should be used to report leaks or power failures:


Water:             0800 714 614

Gas:                0800 111 999

Electricity:     105 or 0800 31 63 105