Roadworks are due to take place in Yorke Road, Reigate, from Monday 1 June for around four weeks.
Vehicles and pedestrians will still be able to use the road, but temporary traffic lights will be installed.
A message from gas company SGN displayed on Crispin Blunt MP’s website says:
“In close consultation with Surrey County Council, we have agreed to complete the following work, which includes traffic management in place to ensure the safety of everyone around the site:
- On 1 June 2020 for approximately 4 weeks, we will be working on Yorke Road, from outside the Holy Family Catholic Church to just before the junction with Yorke Gardens
- We will need to implement multi-way signals to ensure vehicles can safety flow around our works. Signals will be on Yorke Road and Burnham Drive, and the priority traffic signs on Yorke Road will be covered up during our works
- Vehicle and pedestrian access will be maintained throughout
We’re working closely with UK Government and public health bodies to make sure we work safely and in line with expert advice during the coronavirus outbreak.
We have extra safety precautions in place to protect our colleagues and our customers from catching or spreading the virus as we carry out our safety-critical project.”