Charles Cross Transport Improvement Scheme - Latest news
We will post all the latest information on the scheme when we have it.
Ebrington Street to close later this month - 11 July 2019
Viaduct closures switch - 4 July 2019
The next stage of works on Exeter Street viaduct will begin next week. That means that from late on Friday 5 July, the inbound side of the viaduct will reopen so that on Monday 8 July, the outbound side can closed for the next phase of the works.
Overnight working to start - 5 May 2019
Major city centre roadworks begin this month - 3 May 2019
Charles Street pavement closure - 5 April 2019
We need to carry out some more work in the footpath on Charles Street so we’re closing the pavement on the @plymouthart side of the road for four weeks from Monday.
Both of the crossings on Charles Street will remain open. Access to PCA and the police station are unaffected. pic.twitter.com/bkGyzx4V2M
— Plymouth City Council (@plymouthcc) April 5, 2019
Exeter Street, off-peak lane closure - 1 April 2019
In order to carry out some works at the mouth of the roundabout, an off-peak (9.30am to 3.30pm) lane closure will be in place in the far righthand lane from 2 April for a period of six weeks.
Temporary footway closure - 19 March 2019
Charles Street closes for the day outside of the Art College. Both crossings still in use.
Charles Street lane closure - 15 February
Work starts on the extra lane for Charles Street
Removal of the subway begins - 12 February
Lane closure at southbound entrance to the roundabout
Exeter Street bus lane closes - 10 February 2019
Work start on Monday - 1 February 2019
Site compound takes shape and the first cones go on the road.
Date set for Charles Cross works - 14 January 2019
Balfour Beatty are annouced as contractors and details of the first phases of traffic management are annouced.
Work to start on Charles Cross - 16 November 2018
The scheme is given the go ahead
Consultation Report [PDF, 982KB] - We consulted on the work at Charles Cross in 2017. Find out what residents made of the proposals.