Big changes for pedestrians, bus passengers, drivers and cyclists in Reading Town Centre
More Station Improvements
The next phase of work to widen the two rail bridges on Cow Lane to provide more space for Reading’s road and rail users is underway.
Once complete, the widened bridges will provide space for two lanes of traffic, a cycle path and pavements, eliminating a notorious bottleneck for motorists in the town.
“Our work in Reading isn’t just about improving the performance of the railway and building a better station. The changes we’re making to Cow Lane will bring big benefits for cyclists, pedestrians and motorists, cutting congestion and making the road safer.”
"This is a big engineering project and we’re making every effort to minimise its impact on residents and businesses in the Cow Lane area. Working with utility companies so they can do their work at the same time will help us get the job done as efficiently as possible. We recognise that our work in Reading over the coming years will have an impact on people who live and work in the town. We’re planning our work carefully to minimise disruption and we’ll make every effort to keep you informed when our work will impact you."
Station re-vamp starts over Christmas
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