Two Sections of Fulham Road Set to Close Overnight

As part of preparations for Olympic Cycle Road Race

Related Links
Map of Fulham Road
Contact the Highway Maintenance Team Manager Donna Kelly at donna.kelly@lbhf.gov.uk or on 020 8753 3040, Colas representative Michael Mackey on 07768 793 550
Participate

Sign up for our free newsletter

Comment on this story on the

The section of Fulham Road between Stamford Bridge and Harwood Road will be closed tonight and tomorrow night, July 16 and 17, between 8pm and 5pm.

Eastbound traffic will be diverted via Harwood Road, Kings Road and Gunter Grove and westbound traffic via Edith Grove and Kings Road.

This closure is phase one of essential road repairs being carried out as part of H&F Council's preparations for the Olympic Cycle Road Race by contractorr Colas Ltd and Thames Water Utilities.

It will be follows by phase two, on Wednesday and Thursday. July 18 and 19, again between 8pm and 5am, when Fulham Road will shut from Harwood Road to North End Road. Eastbound traffic will be diverted via North End Road, Lillie Road, Old Brompton Road, Redcliffe Gardens and westbound traffic will be diverted via Harwood Road and New Kings Road.

The council say TfL are aware ot the works and will divert affected buses after 8pm each night. Details will be displayed at bus stops.

The council also say local access will also be maintained wherever and whenever possible, but warn that road closures parking and waiting restrictions will be imposed, and any vehicles found within the site area may be removed. If that happenes owners will be required to pay the appropriate fee to recover the vehicle.

The council also say they regret that some of the machinery used will cause some noise in the immediate vicinity of the works and are endeavouring to complete the noisiest works in the early evening.

If you require further information you can contact the Highway Maintenance Team Manager Donna Kelly at donna.kelly@lbhf.gov.uk or on 020 8753 3040, Colas representative Michael Mackey on 07768 793 550 or speak to the on-site supervisor.

 

July 16, 2012