• Location
    Heartsease Roundabout
  • Cause
    TCF associated works
  • Effective
    13/04/2024 - 17/05/2024

As works on the Heartsease Roundabout TCF scheme have progressed, they are now in a position where a full closure of all arms of the roundabout will be required - as a result, the roundabout will be closed from Saturday 13th April to Friday 17th May continuously.

The table below details the diversions that each bus route will take, and a diagram of all services in the area is also attached. All services have been instructed to allow passengers to board/alight at stops on their diversion route.

UPDATED 19/04/24 10:20 - Please see revised routings for 24/24A/24B to remove them from Harvey Lane, a new map will be uploaded shortly.

  Diversion route
service 23/23A In both directions, services will operate via Gurney Road directly.

During daytimes, Monday to Saturday, a free shuttle service will be operated along Plumstead Road in a one-way loop returning via Gurney Road and Borrowdale Drive, allowing passengers to transfer to/from Service 23/23A at Bishopbridge. A temporary stop will be provided at the bottom of Ketts Hill to enable easy transfers. Timetable is attached at the bottom of this page.

service 24/24B In both directions, services will operate on Thorpe Road past the rail station, onto Yarmouth Road, Thunder Lane, Hillcrest Road, Gordon Avenue, Pilling Road, Ring Road & Thunder Lane to join normal route. Passengers on Hillcrest Road, Gordon Avenue & Pilling Road will need to board the bus on the opposite side of the road to usual.
service 24A In both directions, services will operate on Riverside Road, Gurney Road, Salhouse Road, Woodside Road and Thunder Lane to join normal route.
service 31 This service will operate via Thunder Lane, Woodside & Salhouse Road to join normal route
service 33 This service will continue its current diversion, via Gordon Avenue, Pilling Road, Ring Road & Thunder Lane to join normal route.

Free shuttle bus timetable is attached below:

We apologise for any disruption that these unavoidable roadworks may cause to your journey.

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