More Overnight Closures For Hammersmith Flyover

Road to be shut both ways this Friday and Sunday night

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Hammersmith Flyover is to be subject to another series of closures. There will be full closures over night on Friday (30th January) and Sunday (1st February).

Until spring 2015, there will be weekly overnight closures of the flyover to enable strengthening activities to be carried out. During these closures, traffic will not be able to travel over the flyover in either direction.


Hammersmith flyover (on deck and slip roads)

Full flyover closure in both directions, 23:59-06:30, Fri 30 Jan and 22:30-05:00, Sun 1 Feb
Eastbound road closure, 22:30-05:00, Mon 2 and Fri 6 Feb
A4 Talgarth Road westbound off-slip lane closure, ongoing from Sunday 27 July
A4 Talgarth Road westbound off-slip road closure, 22:30-05:00, Mon 2, Tue 3, Thu 5 and Fri 6 Feb
Roads underneath the flyover

A4 Talgarth Road

Eastbound entry slip narrowing, ongoing
Westbound access road closure, ongoing
Westbound onto gyratory two lane closure, 21:30-05:00, Fri 30 Jan

Hammersmith Bridge Road

Northbound road closure, 22:30-05:00, Fri 30 Jan, Wed 4, Thu 5 and Fri 6 Feb
Northbound lane closure, 21:30-05:00, Mon 2 and Tue 3 Feb
Southbound lane closure, 21:30-05:00, Fri 30 Jan, Mon 2 and Tue 3 Feb
Southbound road closure, 22:30-05:00, Thu 5 and Fri 6 Feb

Queen Caroline Street

Full closure, 22:30-05:00, Fri 30 Jan

Fulham Palace Road

Southbound road closure, 22:30-05:00, Mon 2, Tue 3, Wed 4, Thu 5 and Fri 6 Feb
Bus station road

Full road closure, 22:30-05:00, Mon 2, Tue 3, Wed 4, Thu 5 and Fri 6 Feb

Hammersmith Broadway/Shepherd's Bush Rd

Hammersmith Broadway/Shepherd's Bush Rd

Hammersmith Bridge Rd

Hammersmith Bridge Rd

Talgarth Rd/Butterwick

Talgarth Rd/Butterwick

A4 Great West Rd/Macbeth Street

A4 Great West Rd/Macbeth Street

Tfl say that drivers who would ordinarily use the flyover should follow the signed diversion via the A40. Research during previous closures of the flyover showed that drivers using the signed diversion via the A40 experienced less delay than those travelling on the A4 Great West Road through the Hammersmith gyratory.

Traffic using the A4 Hammersmith flyover, travelling to and from central London, will be diverted from Earl’s Court to the A40 and then onto A406 to join the A4/M4 at Chiswick Roundabout. Diversion routes will be signed during the works and local access below the flyover will not be affected.


January 30, 2015