- Where: Thomas Lewis Way (A335) and St Denys Road (A3035)
- What: Improved facilities for walking, cycling and bus travel, junction changes and signal upgrades
- Why: To support sustainable travel and improve traffic flows at key junctions
- How: Funded as part of the Transforming Cities Fund awarded in March 2020
As part of our Transforming Cities programme on the Eastleigh to Southampton corridor, a number of improvements have been delivered to the junction of Thomas Lewis Way (A335) and St Denys Road (A3035). These include improved facilities for walking, cycling and bus travel; junction changes; and upgrades to traffic signals.
July 2023 Update
We are currently undertaking works on Thomas Lewis Way to extend the dedicated left turn lane from Thomas Lewis Way onto St Denys Road.
As part of these works, we will shortly be carrying out surfacing works on Thomas Lewis Way which will take place overnight for 4 nights from Monday 24th July (between 8pm and 6am).
Whilst these surfacing works take place, Thomas Lewis Way will be closed in both directions between the St Denys Road junction and the previous junction which connects to Portswood Road as shown on the map below.
A diversion route will be in place using Portswood Road and St Denys Road during this time.
May 2023 Update
We will shortly be undertaking works on Thomas Lewis Way to extend the dedicated left turn lane from Thomas Lewis Way onto St Denys Road. This represents Phase 4 of the planned junction improvements in the area and will aim to ease congestion for people travelling Southbound on Thomas Lewis Way.
The work is planned to start on Monday 12th June for approximately 5 weeks with works taking place between 7am and 5pm each weekday. These works will require some lane restrictions to be in place which are detailed below, however, the dedicated left-hand turn will be maintained.