In spring 2019 Highbury Corner will change to two-way traffic. Here's how your journey could be affected if you are travelling in the area:

Buses

Until summer 2019

Buses travelling through Highbury Corner may be delayed while works are in place. This could affect routes 4, 19, 30, 43, 263, 271, 393, N19, N41, and N277.

Please allow more time for your journey or, if possible, consider travelling outside of peak periods.

Find out how your bus may be affected by visiting tfl.gov.uk/bus/status. You can also follow @TfLBusAlerts on Twitter for the latest bus updates.

Roads

Until summer 2019

  • Roads in and around the area will be busier than usual, especially during the peak times of 07:00-10:00 and 16:00-19:00 Monday to Friday, and 10:00-18:00 at weekends
  • Lane closures, parking and turning restrictions will be in place at different times along the route and in the surrounding area
  • Some streets may be closed at certain times
  • Allow more time to complete your journey, seek alternative routes and when possible travel outside peak times

For the latest information on how London roads are operating, check before you travel and follow @TfLTrafficNews on Twitter for the latest updates.

Cyclists:

Signs will be in place to help cyclists during the works - there will also be regular reviews.

A northbound and southbound alternative cycle route is in place on Liverpool Road.

For information on cycling and nearby cycle routes, please visit tfl.gov.uk/modes/cycling  

Companies delivering to and servicing north London:

If you or your fleet are travelling through the area but not stopping locally, you may want to re-route your journey to avoid delays and minimise disruption to your schedule.

To find out how other businesses have changed the way they make or receive deliveries in London visit: tfl.gov.uk/efficientdeliveries

Sign up to get weekly emails listing major forthcoming works and closures, including to key tunnels and bridges, by emailing Commercialdriversemail@tfl.gov.uk and check before you travel at tfl.gov.uk/trafficnews

About the scheme

The improvements, which include removing the roundabout, creating a two-way traffic system and introducing segregated cycle lanes, are designed to make walking and cycling in the area safer and more convenient.

Working closely with the Islington Council, we will create a new public space and larger station square by closing the western arm of the roundabout and improving access to the arboretum, while protecting existing trees.

More information is on the the project Highbury Corner roundabout project page

Related works

Find out all major roadworks in London, or specific travel advice for current projects in London: