Work is about to start on a year long pilot scheme to pedestrianise lower Peascod Street, Windsor.
The pilot scheme - which is intended to last a year - will controversially see the bus stop moved round the corner into Charles Street.
Drivers and bus users face a confusing week while the work is taking place.
Charles Street will close between 9.30am on Monday and 4.30pm on Friday, March 9.
Cars will be able to reach King Edward Court car park from Arthur Road and the service road from Clarence Road. But there will be no access for through traffic or to the link road between Charles Street and William Street.
Bus users will have to wait at alternative stops in Victoria Street and Bachelors Acre all next week, before the old Peascod Street bus stop has its final week of operation from Monday, March 12.
The new shop and shelter in Charles Street begins operating as part of the year long pilot scheme from Monday, March 19.
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