Our upcoming roadworks are part of our plan to improve Medway and make it a better place to live, work and visit.
While we're making improvements, you might face disruption to your journeys.
You can limit disruption by checking roadworks, closures, diversions and traffic updates in Medway online.
Find out if works will affect you
To find out what works are happening near you, you can:
- search a specific location
- choose what updates you want to be shown
- select a date range to see updates for a specific period of time
When you click on an update you can see:
- what work is being done
- the start and end date of the works
- what roads will be affected
- the status of the works
To use the map you'll need to accept the Roadworks.org location settings.
How works could affect you
Strood High Street closure
Strood High Street will be closed for up to 10 weekends from Friday 10 May 2019.
The closures will be in place from 8pm on the Friday evening and the road will remain closed until 5:30am on the following Monday morning.
Signed diversions will be put in place whenever the road is closed.
Additional bus services will be provided during this period and notices will be put up at bus stops along the route.
Access to traders, shops and homes along the high street will remain.
If there are no delays outside of our control we will aim for these works to be completed by end of July.
Download the Strood Road Closure guide
Traffic at the Medway City Estate
There will be more construction traffic to get to and deliver materials via the Medway City Estate.
This delivery route has been planned to avoid the town centre and residential areas.
Noise and vibration
The project involves a need for bulldozers and compacting equipment which will cause some noise and vibration. We will do all we can to minimise disruption where possible.
We'll monitor the noise and vibrations each day at the boundaries of the closest affected properties, so we continue to work within the recommended guidelines.
Access to Riverside Tavern and bus lanes by vehicles and pedestrians will be maintained as normal.