Sutton Court Road Traffic Lights To Be Upgraded

Work by junction with A4 to be done at night time

Traffic lights at junction of Sutton Court Road and A4
Traffic lights at junction of Sutton Court Road and A4. Picture: Google Streetview


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A significant upgrade of the traffic lights at the junction of the A4 Great West Road and Sutton Court Road is to begin on Tuesday 4 May.

The project which is scheduled to continue until 11 June with night time working only will require lane single lane closures on the approaches to the junction rather than the road being completely shut. Recently the closure of this road due to water mains bursts caused substantial traffic delays in Chiswick.

TfL says that when complete the new configuration will allow it to manage traffic flow through this junction more efficiently.

The works will take place overnight between 8pm and 5am seven nights a week with TfL promising that no noisy works will take place after midnight on any occasion. It says these working hours have been agreed with the London Borough of Hounslow. A welfare cabin for workers will be installed on grass verge at the north west corner of the junction.

If you plan to drive in the vicinity during this time you are advised to allow more time to complete your journey.

No bus stops or parking bays will be affected by the works.


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April 29, 2021

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