Transport for London is on the hunt for a contractor to return the Tottenham Hale gyratory road system in North London to two-way traffic.
The improvement contract to reorganise the road network around the bus station is part of a wider regeneration plan for the area.
The winning contractor will return the A10 gyratory system to two-way traffic and create a new bus station and public square for the area.
Main works to remove the one-way system will begin in late 2012, with the complicated scheme due to be finished by 2014.
The improvements form part of the Mayor of London Boris Johnson’s Great Outdoors Programme, which aims to revitalise London’s network of streets, paths and squares to help breathe new life into the London urban environment and encourage people to walk and cycle.
Main project elements
Removal of the gyratory system and introduction of 2-way working
Junction improvement within existing highway boundary where possible. Junctions will be improved to become less cluttered and more streamlined
Upgrade of public realm and the pedestrian environment around the gyratory and at Tottenham Hale bus station forecourt,
Additional pedestrian and cyclist crossing facilities,
Improvement works to the bus station at Tottenham Hale, improvements to the condition of bus stops along the route, and new and revised bus stop locations,
The project will make the area safer and more pleasant for passengers, pedestrians, cyclists, road users and the local community.
Firms have until 2 September to express an interest and can obtain more details from by calling Amri Denton on 02030542006 or email email@example.com.