Temporary traffic lights have been operating during the day at the crossroads for Greenhill Street, Arden Street, Alcester Road and Grove Road.

Over the last few days, as soon as the two lanes are re-opened next to the railway station and the usual traffic lights are working, the traffic seems to be more free-flowing.

Earlier this week, Bishopton Lane was closed between Timothy’s Bridge Road and Barn Lane, as well as at The Avenue and St Peter’s Way at their junctions for Bishopton Lane.

The road closure was for a toucan crossing next to the pedestrian entrance of Stratford Parkway railway station.

Diversions were put in place, but left motorists trying to reach Stratford town centre the options of driving along the A46 northern bypass and then onto the Alcester Road and Masons Road, or down the often-congested A3400 Birmingham Road.

Greenhill Street traffic at a standstill.