Petts Wood roadworks cause misery for drivers

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ROADWORKS are causing traffic misery for drivers in Petts Wood.

Cars have been queued bumper to bumper along Towncourt Lane where work is set to continue until Tuesday (February 26).

Motorists are set to face yet more disruption from next Monday, when four days of further road re-surfacing works will take place in Queensway, from the junction of Crescent Drive to Town Court Lane.

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4:28pm Thu 21 Feb 13

reasonable75 says...

I got stuck in it yesterday, even early afternoon it took at least half an hour to get from the corner (outside News Shopper building!) to Tudor Way

If they'd given advance warning I could have gone a different way
I got stuck in it yesterday, even early afternoon it took at least half an hour to get from the corner (outside News Shopper building!) to Tudor Way If they'd given advance warning I could have gone a different way reasonable75
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5:52pm Thu 21 Feb 13

Marty1979 says...

And what's it going to be like next week when the schools go back
And what's it going to be like next week when the schools go back Marty1979
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2:30pm Fri 22 Feb 13

madras says...

Have a look at the roadworks between Petts Wood and Chislehurst on St Paul's Cray Road during morning / afternoon peaks - not too bad this week being half term but last week was grim, traffic back to Petts Wood / through Chislehurst...
Have a look at the roadworks between Petts Wood and Chislehurst on St Paul's Cray Road during morning / afternoon peaks - not too bad this week being half term but last week was grim, traffic back to Petts Wood / through Chislehurst... madras
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4:07pm Fri 22 Feb 13

Marty1979 says...

Typical - roadworks in one area, then more on alternative route

What happened to coordinaton ?
Typical - roadworks in one area, then more on alternative route What happened to coordinaton ? Marty1979
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