SCC New Pedestrian Crossing: Ash Hill Road

Ash Hill Road

Planned works:

Surrey County Council (SCC) Highways has issued an advanced notice that it is to install a new Pedestrian Crossing on  Ash Hill Road (B3411). The work will take approximately 4 weeks from Monday 31st October 2022. The work is scheduled to take place Monday to Friday 8 am until 5 pm. Saturdays 9 am to 1 pm. Road users are advised to expect delays whilst this work is completed.

New Pedestrian Crossing
Map showing the location of works where parking is not permitted


It is essential to keep the works area free from parked vehicles. Please park somewhere else otherwise your vehicle may be towed away to a nearby road.

Information to residents and Businesses

Road users are advised to expect delays on Ash Hill Road from the junction whilst SCC carry out these works. Please allow extra time for your journey. Traffic will be controlled with 2-way lights.

High friction surfacing is to be laid on approaches which may take place in the evening at the end of the works for 1 to 2 nights. The road will be left clear for the remembrance parade on 13 November.

SCC will ensure you can get to and from your house or business when it is safe. Please talk to a member of staff on-site if you need help – talking to on-site staff can solve most issues.

Work can sometimes be delayed by adverse weather.


There will be some noise, but SCC will try to keep it to a minimum.


If you use the bus, check with your bus operator to find out if there are any alterations to the service during these roadworks. Stage Coach offers a journey planner on their website to see how it impacts you, see

You can find all of Surrey’s operators and their websites listed here:

Published Plans

A copy of the proposed plan is shown below. Note the upper left section of this publication is an additional map referring to the existing Vale Road zebra crossing and the removal of a sign only. This map does not describe the location of the proposed Ash Hill crossing.

The drawing shown below describes the dimensions and road narrowing proposed.

Zebra Crossing

Contact SCC
0300 200 1003 (Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm)
Contact Centre, Dakota, 11 De Havilland Drive, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 0YP
Customer feedback for SCC works may also be given via an online survey using this link:

Have you seen a road sign left behind?

If a road sign has been left behind following any road works please report it to Surrey via the web link

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