Two busy roads in Croydon could be shut to traffic for 18 months for track repair works on a tram line.

Church Street and Frith Road in Croydon will be shut to traffic and parking to facilitate track repair works on behalf of Tramlink.

The Order will come into operation on Saturday, February 10, 2024, and it is predicted that the work will be completed by Saturday, February 24, 2024.

The Order will remain in force for 18 months in case further work is required.

Whilst the works are taking place, Church Street will be closed between its junctions with Middle Street and Old Palace Road.

Parking and loading bays will be suspended on Church Street (between its junctions with Middle Street and Old Palace Road), and Frith Road (the entire length).

Whilst the closures remain in force, the alternative route for diverted traffic will be via Drummond Road, Reeves Corner, Roman Way (A236), Lower Coombe Street, High Street, Whitgift Street, Charles Street and Church Road, as appropriately signed.

The restriction will not apply to any vehicle involved in carrying out the said works, emergency services, or anything done with the permission of a police constable in uniform or a Civil Enforcement Officer.

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