Three Bridges Corridor

Three Bridges Station

Three Bridges Railway Station Improvement Scheme

Crawley Borough Council, in partnership with Govia Thameslink Railway, Network Rail and West Sussex County Council, has updated proposals to improve access to the site around Three Bridges Station

In February 2015, Crawley Borough Council’s Cabinet agreed to allocate £430,000 of Section 106 money to the scheme which will see major changes to the station forecourt, along with improvements to Haslett Avenue directly in front of the station.

A report is available on the original results of consultation about the improvements at Three Bridges Station.

Using this feedback, a revised design concept has been developed as part of the Crawley Growth Programme. Proposals include a new eastern access for pedestrians and cyclists to the station with a vehicle pick-up and drop-off point along Station Hill, an enlarged taxi waiting area and the introduction of more pedestrian crossings in and around the station area.

Details of the revised proposals including an artist's impression of the forecourt can be found by clicking here

Answers to frequently asked questions can be found here.

Worth Park Cycle Improvements

Cycle improvements have been proposed between Station Hill and Pound Hill Junior and Infant Schools and between Crawley United Reformed Church and Ridley’s Corner Roundabout.

These improvements contribute to the aspirations of the Crawley Growth Programme by facilitating movement within the area. The Crawley Growth Programme is a partnership between West Sussex County Council, Crawley Borough Council, the Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership and others.

The existing infrastructure will be upgraded to provide cyclists with a safer route in this location. This route involves the widening and conversion of footways to shared cycle routes, installation of clear signage and dedicated areas for cyclists to leave and re-join the carriageway.