Traffic Delays Likely in Chiswick

Forthcoming significant roadworks in the W4 area

Traffic Delays Likely in Chiswick


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The following roadworks are likely to cause some delays in the Chiswick area

Chiswick High Road, Chiswick
17 August 18 August
Delays likely - Lane closure
Works location: Opp Chiswick Park - 566 W4 4AL
Works description : We need to carry out our essential works by excavating in the C/W to uncover and overhaul X2 leaking critical trunk main valve, back fill and reinstate on day 2 of permit
Responsibility for works: THAMES WATER
Current status: Planned work about to start
Works reference:  MU277MV6943372-3378

Brackley Road, Chiswick
29 June 22 September
Delays likely - Road closure
Works description : IMGA192466 Gas connection work at Junction. This is part of our MajorGas main replacement project on Chiswick High Road
Responsibility for works: Cadent
Current status: Planned work about to start
Works reference:  AZ0071000919135

Chiswick High Road
25 May 11 September
Delays likely - Traffic control (multi-way signals)
Works description : Mains Replacement works. Replacing approx 574m 26" CI with 500mm PE bymeans of insertion. This will also include replacement and transfer of services.
Current status: Work in progress
Works reference:   AZ0071000872686

Bollo Bridge Road
19 August 09 September
Severe delays likely - Road closure
Responsibility for works: Cadent
Current status: Planned work about to start
Works reference:  AZ0071000962257

A205,A315 Kew Road
14 Feb 2 October
Delays likely - Lane closure
Works description : Cycle Superhighway 9 - initial notice for section 58 purposes and to cover works before/after construction is complete and prior to full opening while other phases are being completed.
Responsibility for works: Transport for London
Current status: Work in progress
Works reference:  YG65200000074


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August 18, 2020

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