Penicuik road closures
Midlothian Council is resurfacing Penicuik High Street, including the junction with Bridge Street and West Street. The current surface is in very poor condition and the resurfacing work is essential. It is being carried out as part of the current town centre improvement project to minimise disruption. However, some road closures are necessary.
The High Street (between Kirkhill and West Street) will be closed from Monday 25 to Friday 29 March and from Monday 1 April to Friday 5 April. During these dates, there will be no vehicle access to the parking area on the High Street. Access will be maintained to and from St Kentigern Way into Kirkhill and from Bridge Street into West Street.
Bridge Street (The Square) and the West Street junction with High Street will also be closed on Saturday 23 March and Sunday 24 March, and on Saturday 6 April and Sunday 7 April. Vehicle diversions will be in place.
There will also be changes to the following bus services during the road closures:
Lothian Buses 15, X15, 37, N37, X37 Stagecoach 101/102
Saturday 23 to Friday 29 March and Monday 1 April to Sunday 7 April - all services will divert in both directions via Wilson Street between Bog Road and John Street.
Borders Buses X62 (Weekdays)
Monday 25 to Friday 29 March and Monday 1 April to Friday 5 April - services will divert in both directions via West Street and Wilson Street between Bog Road and John Street.
Temporary bus stops will be provided on Wilson Street.
Borders Buses X62 (Weekends)
On Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 March and Saturday 6 April and Sunday 7 April, the X62 will divert between Leadburn and Gowkley Moss, running via the B7026 through Howgate, Loanstone and Auchendinny. Those travelling to or from Penicuik will need to get a local bus to or from Gowkley Moss. There is a signalled pedestrian crossing on the A701 at Gowkley Moss.
Services running as normal
Lothian Buses 47 and X47 and East Coast Buses 140 services are not affected by the road closures.
Maps and more information
- Maps and full details of these diversions are available in our leaflet.