More Traffic disruption is expected as the next phase of the replacement of Pett's Hill Bridge gets underway.
The brand new railway bridge was lifted into place during the Christmas period and now the remains of the old one has to be cleared.
Temporary road signals will be placed along Pett's Hill while the work is carried out from March 2 to 20 between 9.30am to 3.30pm on weekdays
The road will remain open but delays are expected and motorists are advised to divert via Alexandra Avenue, Eastcote Lane, Field End Road and Eastcote Lane North.
And traffic will only be able to turn left into and out of The Heights.
Regeneration and transport cabinet member David Millican said: "Work on the project is progressing well.
"We're confident local people will understand that this sort of long term disruption will be outweighed by longer term benefits of the scheme in reducing congestion, improving railway and public transport links and creating a safer environment for pedestrians and cyclists."
Work to create a new section of bus lane, widening the carriage way to two lanes in both direction and improving pedestrian crossings is planned to begin in early April.