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TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE

Maidstone East Redevelopment

Maidstone Borough Council and Kent County Council are bringing forward ambitious plans to redevelop the area around Maidstone East railway station, including the adjacent commuter car park and Cantium House. This multi-million-pound landmark regeneration project is crucial to transforming this key gateway to the County Town.



Maidstone Bus Station Refurbishment 

The proposed new look will modernise the area and help contribute to the vitality and viability of Maidstone by improving its overall image as a modern and well cared for place with excellent public transport facilities. MBC are currently holding a public consultation that will run until 17th September 2020, with work due to begin Autumn 2020.

If you would like to have your say on the new look bus station, please go here 

View background information and the scheme proposal.

Keep Maidstone Moving

Maidstone is the place where several key routes, A20, A26, A229 and A249, meet and connect with 4 junctions of the M20. The Keep Maidstone Moving schemes aim to reduce congestion, travel times and pollution.

Currently there are 3 phases to the scheme.

Phase 1 
A20 Coldharbour Roundabout 

Phase 2 - A229 Loose Road corridor, includes:
- Armstrong Road, Park Way and Sheals Crescent 
- Wheatsheaf junction
- Cripple Street and Boughton Lane 

Phase 3
Ashford Road and Willington Street
Sutton Road and Willington Street

More information can be found here