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A list of roadworks happening in Harrow this week

Harrow residents  should prepare for potential traffic disruptions as several roadwork projects are set to kick off in the area this week.

From tomorrow, August 15th  to August 18th, a series of road closures and traffic control measures will be implemented across different locations according to the One Network, causing possible delays.

High Worple, Rayners Lane
Starting from August 16th to August 18th, roadworks are scheduled to take place on High Worple in Rayners Lane. The road will be temporarily closed as Harrow (London Borough) undertakes planned maintenance work.


Kenton Park Crescent, Kenton
Another road closure is anticipated on Kenton Park Crescent from August 16th to August 17th. Harrow (London Borough) will be initiating necessary roadworks during this period.

Roxeth Hill, Harrow On The Hill
Vodafone is taking responsibility for roadworks on Roxeth Hill, Harrow On The Hill, on August 15th. Although delays are likely due to multi-way signal traffic control, the works are currently in the advanced planning stage.


Scarsdale Road, South Harrow
Harrow (London Borough) is planning road closure works on Scarsdale Road in South Harrow for August 15th, causing potential delays for motorists.

Stanley Road, Harrow
On August 15th, Stanley Road is expected to experience road closure due to planned maintenance by Harrow (London Borough).

Headstone Lane, Harrow
From August 16th to August 18th, Cadent will be conducting roadworks on Headstone Lane, potentially leading to delays. Two-way traffic signals will be in place to manage traffic flow.


Meredith Close, Hatch End
Affinity Water is set to undertake roadworks on Meredith Close from August 15th to August 17th. Traffic control measures will be in place, though specific work details have not been provided.

West Way, Pinner
Openreach will be responsible for roadworks on West Way on August 15th, utilising two-way traffic signals to manage traffic during the works.

Motorists and residents are advised to plan their journeys accordingly and consider alternate routes to minimise disruptions during this period of roadworks.

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