The Station Gateway scheme

Details of the design and construction of the Station Gateway scheme, Crawley.

(Position at July 2018)

The Station Gateway scheme is one of the identified projects within the Crawley Growth Programme.

It is a £5.3 million project which aims to provide a better public space and connectivity between rail and bus stations and improved town centre facilities, incorporating a dedicated left turn for buses from Friary Way to Station Way.

This scheme supports a prestigious private development that will include a new railway station. The scheme will also complement and accommodate proposals for improved bus shelters at the bus station and the Eastern Gateway scheme and enhance pedestrian and cycle access in the area.

The Station Gateway scheme extends from Friary Way, along Station Way connecting with Southgate Avenue.

A plan of the scheme can be viewed below:

Public engagement

A public exhibition took place between 6 June and 16 June 2018 in Crawley town centre.

If you could not attend the exhibition there is still the opportunity of having your say via our online consultation which is available until 31 July 2018.

Supporting information

 
Last updated:
2 August 2018

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