Several roadworks are set to cause delays for motorists in Harrow over the coming days, starting today (21 March).
According to the latest information from One Network, a number of works are either already underway or due to start imminently.
One of the more significant works will be taking place on Alexandra Avenue in Rayners Lane, where roadworks will cause delays likely from 22 March to 24 March. Traffic control using stop/go boards will be in operation, with Harrow Council being responsible for the works.
Elsewhere in the area, a road closure will be in place on Worple Way in Rayners Lane from 23 March to 27 March, with Openreach carrying out the work. Delays are expected to be likely.
Gayton Road in Harrow will also be subject to roadworks, with two-way signals being in operation from 21 March to 23 March. This work is being carried out by Virgin Media.
In addition, Harrow Council will be carrying out work on Clamp Hill in Harrow Weald, where traffic control using stop/go boards will be in operation from 23 March to 28 March.
Further roadworks will be carried out by Openreach on Durley Avenue in Rayners Lane from 21 March to 21 March and on Farm Avenue in Rayners Lane from 21 March to 22 March, while Virgin Media will be responsible for work on Kenton Road in Kenton from 22 March to 24 March.
Meanwhile, multi-way signals will be in operation on Elmgrove Crescent and Elmgrove Road in Harrow from 22 March to 31 March due to work being carried out by UK Power Networks. The company will also be responsible for work on Francis Road in Harrow from 22 March to 31 March.
Responsibility for works on Kenton Lane in Harrow Weald falls to Harrow Council, with traffic control using stop/go boards in operation from 21 March to 23 March.
Motorists are advised to plan their journeys accordingly, as traffic and delays are likely to be caused by the works.