Update on Thursday 23 May
The current phase of work at the junction of St Jude's Road and the A30 is expected to be completed on Monday 27 May, and the temporary traffic lights will be removed.
Further work is planned on the A30 and Callow Hill:
Monday 20 to Thursday 23 May - Affinity Water will be working on Callow Hill adjacent to the Rose & Olive Branch requiring two-way traffic control.
Sunday 26 to Tuesday 28 May - Virgin will be working at the St Jude’s/A30 junction to outside Reddington which may require some lane closures.
Monday 27 to Tuesday 28 May - BT will be working on the A30 from the electricity substation to near the Middle Hill/A30 junction requiring traffic control stop/go boards.
Sunday 2 to Friday 14 June - Cadent will be working on the A30 pathway adjacent to the George Eliot residences which may require some carriageway incursion.
Keep up to date with the works by checking the Surrey County Council roadworks and maintenance pages.
Update on Wednesday 24 April
Traffic management has now been set up on the 4-way traffic light junction on Egham Hill/St Judes Road/Bakeham Lane.
This stage of the gas works will be carried out in three phases, with 4-way traffic lights expected until Tuesday 21 May. We will continue to keep you updated throughout the course of the work in the staff newsletter and on the intranets.
Update on Tuesday 12 March
The contractors have today confirmed that they estimate they will close the turning from the A30 into Harvest road this evening (12 March). The footpath on the north side of the A30 from Harvest Road to St Judes Road and the bus stop will be closed from tomorrow (13 March). These timings are subject to change - we will keep you updated on the itnranet and in the newsletter.
Update on Friday 8 March
From Monday 11 March, drivers will be unable to turn from the A30 into Harvest Road. Access to the north campus will be via South Road. Vehicles will again be able to turn into the A30 via Harvest Road as that lane re-opens. Pedestrian access will be maintained.
Additionally, the footpath on the north side of the A30 from Harvest Road to St Judes Road will also be closed. Both the bridge over the A30 and the pedestrian crossing by George Eliot Halls will remain open, and the closest bus stop will be outside the Packhorse.
Update on Thursday 7 March
The contractors have today confirmed that from Monday 11 March, the bus stop that is located on the footpath on the north side of the A30 will be suspended. The nearest bus stop will be the one located outside of the Packhorse.
Update on Tuesday 5 March
With effect from Wednesday 6 March the left hand lane exiting from Harvest Road onto the A30 will be closed for three weeks. Vehicles will be able to turn into Harvest Road from the A30 and vehicles leaving Highfield Road will only be able to turn left onto Harvest Road. Pedestrian access will be maintained.
With effect from Monday 11 March the footpath on the north side of the A30 from Harvest Road to St Judes Road will be closed. Both the bridge over the A30 and the pedestrian crossing by George Eliot Halls will remain open, and we'll update on the relocation of the bus stop once this has been confirmed by the contractor.
The footpath closure on the George Eliot side of the A30 from the island crossing to Harvest Road will still be closed until Friday 8 March.
Update on Friday 1 March
Our Estates team have today confirmed with the contractor that investigative work will begin on Monday 4 March. From Monday 4-Friday 8 March, they will be carrying out a camera survey which will require the closure of part of the footpath on the George Eliot side of the A30 from the island crossing to Harvest Road. At this stage there will not be any impact on the road traffic.
Please abide by the footpath closures and use the adjacent crossing points. The contractor has advised that they will minimise the impact of the work where possible and will be meeting with our Estates team towards the end of next week to advise of their work plan and impacts. We will continue to keep you updated throughout the course of the work in the staff newsletter and on the intranets.
Update on Monday 25 February
You may have seen signage indicating that gas main works on the A30 are due to start from Wednesday 6 March for an estimated 12 weeks. We are aware that this will have an impact on traffic levels, as well as potentially impacting a number of campus buildings and Halls of Residences.
Our Estates team are meeting with the contractor on Wednesday (27 February) to find out more information on the work, timeframes and exactly which buildings will be impacted and when. We will keep you updated throughout the course of the work in the staff newsletter and on the intranets.