Roadworks, closures and improvements
We have a schedule of planned maintenance (subject to annual funding) which takes into account the use, condition and level of deterioration of a road. We are also planning or already working on a number of major transport projects to transform how people travel around the city and prepare Southampton for the future.
You can find in-depth information on current roadworks and transport projects, and how they might affect your daily commute, by visiting our Connecting Southampton website.
The interactive roadworks map
To see whether there are any road improvements in your area of interest please take a look at the map below.
Please note, in order to see roadworks more than two weeks in advance you will need to create an online account with our provider one.network.
Use the key on the left of the map to switch on or off layers of information, including live traffic congestion. You may need to zoom in to the map where there are multiple works in the same location. You can do this by clicking on the plus sign in the bottom right hand corner or double clicking on the point of the map where you want to zoom in.
Advanced notices of planned works can be subject to change.
Road Renewal or Reconstruction:
- Removing some or all the structural layers of a road to be replaced with new or recycled materials and a new surface.
- Removal and replacement of the existing surface to restore it and improve the surface characteristics.
- Filling damaged areas of the road, such as potholes, with material to prevent further deterioration.
- Preserving and maintaining the paved area of the road to keep water our and prevent further damage.
- This year we are investing in a micro asphalt surface treatment. This is a life extending surface treatment to prevent the ingress of water and formation of potholes in our roads.
- This approach is more expensive than traditional surface treatments but will slow down the eventual deterioration of the surface into a poor condition and subsequent resurfacing needs.
|West Quay Rd||Bargate||Patching|
|Saxholm Way||Bassett||Micro asphalt surface treatment|
|Salisbury street||Bevois||Micro asphalt surface treatment|
|Botley Road Service Road (Daintree and Vardy Close)||Bitterne||Micro asphalt surface treatment|
|Beverley Heights||Bitterne Park||Micro asphalt surface treatment|
|Forest Hills Drive||Bitterne Park||Resurfacing|
|Maryland Close||Bitterne Park||Micro asphalt surface treatment|
|Moat Hill||Bitterne Park||Micro asphalt surface treatment|
|Neva Road||Bitterne Park||Resurfacing|
|Coxford Road||Coxford||Micro asphalt surface treatment|
|Lords Hill Way 2||Coxford||Resurfacing|
|Paynes Road||Fremantle||Micro asphalt surface treatment|
|Mon Crescent||Harefield||Micro asphalt surface treatment|
|Millbrook Road West (Service Road)||Millbrook||Resurfacing|
|Oakley Road||Millbrook||Micro asphalt surface treatment|
|Vulcan Rd, Westbury Road, Creighton Rd||Millbrook||Micro asphalt surface treatment|
|Somerford Close||Peartree||Micro asphalt surface treatment|
|Belmont Road||Portswood||Micro asphalt surface treatment|
|Norcliffe Road||Portswood||Micro asphalt surface treatment|
|Cherwell Crescent||Redbridge||Micro asphalt surface treatment|
|Green Lane||Redbridge||Micro asphalt surface treatment|
|Mansel Road East||Redbridge||Micro asphalt surface treatment|
|Kellett Road||Shirley||Micro asphalt surface treatment|
|Kineton Road||Shirley||Micro asphalt surface treatment|
|St Aubin’s Avenue||Sholing||Resurfacing|
|Willow Tree Walk||Sholing||Micro asphalt surface treatment|
|Burgess Road 1||Swaythling||Patching|
|Burgess Road 2||Swaythling||Patching|
|Burgess Road 3||Swaythling||Micro asphalt surface treatment|
|Channels Farm Road||Swaythling||Micro asphalt surface treatment|
For more information
You can report street problems to us. We will notify local residents before works start and ensure that diversions are set up to minimise disruption. For more information regarding prioritisation of future road schemes, please see the Transport Policy page.