Major improvement work to regenerate Tottenham Hale begins

£34 million scheme will see existing gyratory system converted back to two-way traffic as well as environmental enhancements to footways and other pedestrian facilities.

Expanded bus station and new public space to be created by the end of 2014
Works to be carried out overnight and during off-peak hours to reduce disruption to traffic and minimise impact on the local businesses

Improvements form a key part of the Mayor’s commitment to support regeneration in Tottenham area

Transport for London (TfL) has begun major work in Tottenham Hale to improve facilities for pedestrians and cyclists and return the gyratory to two-way traffic, as part of its ongoing work to improve the capital’s streets.

The scheme will take around two years to fully complete with the aim of improving access for residents and making the area more accessible for those walking or cycling.

Source : tfl.gov.uk

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