An improved path has been laid along the Surrey side of the Bonesgate stream, running between Chessington Road and the Hogsmill near Kingston Road. As the photo shows, the path was transformed from a muddy footpath to a shared-use path with a rideable surface. The path has now been given a ‘fibredec’ surface.
On 13th September 2010, engineers presented a report to Surrey’s local committee recommending a toucan toucan crossing of Chessington Road between the path from Hook Road and Riverholme Drive. The work was subsequently done under an S278 Agreement and therefore all costs were met by the developer of the St Ebba’s site.
Work has was also completed on a three-metre path along the east side of Hook Road. This was complemented by upgrading (and desegregating) the bridleway from the Chantilly Way junction and Chessington Road.
Until 2009, the cycle track from Tolworth along the A240 finished just short of the Surrey border. It has now been extended to Riverview Road and connected to Worcester Park Road via a Toucan crossing.