Upgrading Southall's streets

Southall Broadway

Improvements to Southall Broadway are currently taking place and will result in a more attractive and safer street, more space for pedestrians and cyclists and better traffic flow.

Improvements include:

  • Resurfacing the road
  • Installing four islands down the middle of the road
  • Widening footpaths and laying new granite paving
  • Installing new street lights, CCTV cameras, trees, bins and benches
  • Adding a new bus priority traffic light
  • Laying raised paving at the entrance to all side roads adjacent to Southall Broadway.

Southall Broadway is now open
Southall Broadway has reopened to traffic in both directions. This phase of work has been completed ahead of schedule but further improvement work will continue along the Broadway until spring 2015 and there may be further minor delays as work is carried out.

All bus routes and main traffic routes along Southall Broadway have returned to normal and all bus stops reopened. Details of normal bus routes and bus stops can be found at www.tfl.gov.uk/southall-broadway.

Restricted parking zone

Southall Broadway has a new restricted parking zone which will run from Stanley Road to the South Road junction and means you will only be able to park in clearly marked bays with no parking anywhere else despite there being no yellow lines. Clear signing will let you know when you’re entering and exiting the zone.

Beachcroft Ave, Orchard Ave and Herbert Road
The one-way system in Beachcroft Ave, Orchard Ave and Herbert Road has changed from being clockwise to anti-clockwise to address traffic congestion in this area. All traffic accessing these streets, Punjab Lane and Herbert Road car park will need to enter via Beachcroft Ave and exit via Herbert Road. The new road rules are clearly signed.

More information and useful downloads can be found on Ealing Council’s website www.ealing.gov.uk/southallbigplan

The Southall Broadway improvements are benefiting from £2.5 million from the Mayor of London’s Regeneration Fund, a £70 million fund to drive growth and prosperity across London, as well as funding from Transport for London’s Local Implementation Plan and Ealing Council.

Artist's impression of Southall Broadway improvements