Havering roadworks to avoid for a quicker journey

PUBLISHED: 16:40 19 January 2018 | UPDATED: 16:40 19 January 2018

Avoid roadworks for a quicker journey. Picture: Ken Mears

Avoid roadworks for a quicker journey. Picture: Ken Mears


These are the Havering roads to miss next week if you don’t want to risk delays.

London Road, Romford outside Crowlands Primary School – two way traffic signals until Friday, February 16.

Crow Lane junction with Sandgate Lane, Romford – two way signals until Tuesday, January 23.

The Broadway, junction with Elm Park Avenue & St Nicholas Avenue, Elm Park – multi-way signals on Sunday, January 21.

Marsh Way junction with Barlow Way, Rainham – three way signals from until January 26.

White Hart Lane, Romford - two way signals on Monday, January 22.

Wingletye Lane, Hornchurch – two way lights from Monday, January 22 until Tuesday, January.

Wingletye Lane opposite Woodhall Crescent – temporary traffic lights from 9.30am-3pm on January 25.

Hacton Lane and Upper Rainham Road – temporary traffic lights from 10.30pm on Monday, January 22 to 5.30am on January 23.

Hacton Lane and Derby Avenue - temporary traffic lights from 10.30pm on January 23 to 5.30am on January 24.

Hacton Lane and Little Gaynes Lane - temporary traffic lights from 10.30pm on January 24 to 5.30am on January 25.

St Marys Lane outside Old Windmill Hall - temporary traffic lights from 9.30am to 3pm on January 25.

Clay Tye Road - two way signals on Monday, January 22 and January 23.

Straight Road junction with South Harrow Crescent - multi-way signals, January 22 to January 24.

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