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Balfour Beatty to remove Tottenham Hale gyratory

18 Jul 12 Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering will begin work in the autumn on a £11m contract to remove the Tottenham Hale gyratory system in North London and return the roads to two-way traffic.

Tottenham Hale gyratory system
Tottenham Hale gyratory system

This work is designed to improve traffic flow, simplify access for local residents and businesses and improve the interchange between public transport modes. Balfour Beatty is expected to take 18 months to complete its contract.

The wider £35m improvement scheme, scheduled to be completed by 2015, includes a new public square and a new, larger bus station at Tottenham Hale station.

Client for the works is Transport for London, whose deputy chairman said of the scheme last year:  “The removal of the Tottenham Hale Gyratory will address the current imbalance by giving pedestrians and cyclists greater priority whilst still enabling traffic to flow.”

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