Transport for London (TfL) has completed major road improvements at Malden Rushett, Kingston.
The work at Malden Rushett, which forms part of TfL’s £4 billion Road Modernisation Plan, started last September. It will help improve road safety and reduce congestion at the now reopened junction of the A243 Leatherhead Road, B280 Fairoak Lane and Rushett Lane – completed in collaboration with the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames and Surrey County Council.
The improvements will help ease traffic, particularly during summer when the nearby Chessington World of Adventures Resort is at its busiest.
Alan Bristow, director of road space management at TfL, said: “We are delighted that the junction has now reopened, so that Malden Rushett, Chessington and Epsom residents can carry on their daily business without disruption. We want to thank the local community, businesses and road users for their cooperation at every stage of this work.”