Harrow residents should prepare for a series of roadworks scheduled to start over the next two days across various locations in the borough, potentially causing traffic delays.
In Stonegrove, Edgware, roadworks are set to begin on 19 January and continue until 23 January. Traffic control measures will be implemented through a give-and-take system. Harrow Council is responsible for these works, which are currently in the advanced planning stage.
Eastcote Road in Pinner will also see roadworks, starting from 18 January to 22 January. These works, likely to cause delays, will involve traffic control with multi-way signals and are being managed by Openreach.
Similarly, East Towers in Pinner will experience roadworks during the same period, from 18 January to 22 January. Openreach will manage these works too, employing multi-way signal traffic control, with potential for delays.
Elmgrove Road in Harrow will undergo roadworks from 19 January to 23 January. The works, expected to possibly cause delays, will be overseen by Harrow Council.
In Stanmore, Embry Way will have roadworks starting from 19 January to 23 January, managed by the London Borough of Harrow. These works are anticipated to possibly disrupt traffic flow, with a give-and-take traffic control system being used.
Lastly, Hawthorn Drive in North Harrow is scheduled for roadworks from 19 January to 23 January.
Commuters and residents are advised to plan their travel accordingly during these periods to avoid potential delays.