Traffic Delays Likely in Chiswick

Forthcoming significant roadworks in the W4 area

Traffic on Kew Bridge


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Cycleway 9 Work By Kew Bridge To Resume
Road closures likely to lead to disruption until March

From the 4 to 28 January one of the northbound lanes on Kew Bridge will be closed to enable utility works by BT.

From 5 to 18 February there will be no exit from Capital Interchange Way onto Chiswick High Road. A previous planned lane closure will no longer be necessary

Sutton Court Road, Chiswick
06 January — 06 January
Delays likely - Traffic control (two-way signals)
Works location: OPP 142, 74M N OF LAWFORD ROAD
Works description: Replacement of old bus shelter with new 2-bay shelter, back to kerb. TfL shelter ref 0118/4396 (3006493)
Responsibility for works: Transport for London
Current status: Planned work about to start
Works reference: YG471-0118-4396

Kew Bridge Road
04 January — 05 January
Delays likely - Lane closure
Works location: R/o 10 Green Dragon Lane, Kew Bridge Road, TW8 0EN
Responsibility for works: Thames Water
Current status: Planned work about to start
Works reference: MU600HFR095-01

King Street
04 January — 07 January
Delays likely - Lane closure
Works location: From outside NO. 349 to outside NO. 313
Works description: Clear blockages
Responsibility for works: Openreach
Current status: Planned work about to start
Works reference: BC112KN-HAMMERSMITH-LEP1

Goldhawk Road
04 January — 08 January
Delays likely - Lane closure
Works location: 205-207
Works description: Exc in FW to replace defective gully frame and covers
Responsibility for works: Hammersmith and Fulham
Current status: Planned work about to start
Works reference: FE2224400360





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January 5, 2021

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