Lane and road closures at Hogarth Roundabout and Kew Bridge approach
Traffic on Kew Bridge during previous roadworks
Increased traffic in the Chiswick area is likely due to two significant roadwork projects being under taken at the same time by Transport for London (TfL).
From 8 March to 20 April work to upgrade the traffic lights at Hogarth Roundabout’s junctions with the A4 Great West Road and A316 Burlington Lane will be taking place.
Works will take place overnight between 8am and 5am seven nights a week and will require single lane closures in both directions. TfL has promised that no noisy works will take place after midnight on any occasion. A welfare cabin for workers will be installed on the roundabout.
TfL says these works will enable it to manage traffic flow through these junctions more efficiently.
For seven nights in March there will be road closures due to the resurfacing of parts of Chiswick High Road (between Wellesley Road and Kew Bridge) and Kew Bridge relating to the Cycleway 9 project.
On 21 March from 8pm to 5am the following day the A205 will be closed to westbound traffic between Chiswick Roundabout and Kew Bridge junction.
On 22 March 8pm to 5am the following day the A205 will be closed to eastbound traffic between Kew Bridge junction and Chiswick Roundabout. Eastbound turns from Kew Bridge towards Chiswick Roundabout will be banned and Capital Interchange Way will be closed.
From 23 – 27 March from 8pm to 5am each night Kew Bridge, Strand-on-the-Green and Kew Green will be closed.
During the works on Kew Bridge – 23 to 27 March – night bus route N65 will not stop at northbound stop ‘Kew Bridge’ (Stop Z) or southbound stop ‘Kew Bridge’ (Stop H). Other local routes may be on diversion during the works.
TfL says it will make every effort to finish both works on time, although poor weather conditions may mean it will need to reschedule at short notice.
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March 7, 2021