Next Phase of Cycleway 9 Works Begins

Overnight road closures around Hammersmith Gyratory will be required

Cycleway 9 roadworks by Hammersmith Gyratory
Cycleway 9 roadworks by Hammersmith Gyratory. Picture: Will Norman/Twitter

Work to complete Cycleway 9 is continuing in Hammersmith with the next phase requiring overnight road closures near the Gyratory.

Contractors for Transport for London (TfL) will be carrying out work between 8pm and 6am from 6 June to 11 June.

This will require the following road closures:

From 8pm 6 June to 6am 7 June:

  • Queen Caroline Street closed between Hammersmith
  • Bridge Road and Hammersmith Broadway
  • Blacks Road and King Street closed

From 8pm 7 June to 6am 8 June:

  • Beadon Road closed
  • No access northbound to Shepherd’s Bush Road from gyratory
  • No access eastbound from Hammersmith Road onto gyratory

From 8pm 8 June to 6am 9 June:

  • Beadon Road closed
  • No access northbound to Shepherd’s Bush Road from gyratory
  • No access east or westbound on Hammersmith Road from Wolverton Gardens onto Butterwick
  • Bute Gardens accessible via Rowan Road only

From 8pm 9 June to 6am 10 June, and from 8pm 10 June to 6am 11 June:

  • No access southbound from Shepherd’s Bush Road onto gyratory
  • No access eastbound onto Hammersmith Road from gyratory

Some traffic disruption is likely in the area and you are advised to avoid the centre of Hammersmith at these times if you can. TfL says it aims to keep traffic moving by actively managing traffic light timings.

Work on the Hammersmith gyratory section of Cycleway 9 began in December 2021 through an Experimental Traffic Order. TfL say these works are expected to finish in summer 2022.

The council has opened two-way cycle lanes on neighbouring King Street and is currently monitoring the effects of this scheme with the intention of making it a permanent addition to London's walking and cycling network.

Once building works are complete, the council says it will launch a public consultation.

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June 1, 2022