Bank Holiday Weekend Closure For Hogarth Flyover
Delays likely as works carried out and bus diversions in place
TfL has announced that the Hogarth Flyover in Chiswick will be closed over the forthcoming Spring Bank Holiday weekend (May 22-26) for works.
TfL said it had completed essential work to refurbish the Hogarth flyover and was now in the final stage of the project by replanting in the area and conducting routine engineering reviews.
As this work cannot be carried out while traffic is using the road, the flyover will be closed to traffic from 22:00 on Friday 22 May until 05:00 on Tuesday 26 May 2015.
The Hogarth roundabout from the A316 will remain open. However, delays can be expected. Drivers are advised to allow extra time for their journey and, where possible, avoid travelling through the Hogarth roundabout.
Works will take place throughout the day and night so that the repairs can be completed in the shortest time possible. TfL say that the majority of noisy activities will be carried out during the daytime.
Temporary closures of the flyover have allowed engineers to replace the deck, repair the supporting steelwork and install upgraded parapets. The old deck was demolished and 86 new concrete panels craned onto the structure. The new deck was then secured, waterproofed and a new road surface, kerbing and parapets were installed. LED lighting on the slip road from the flyover was also fitted, helping to improve visibility for vehicles entering the A4.
You can contact TfL at 0343 222 1234, via the web at tfl.gov.uk/contact or via email at email@example.com.
May 21, 2015