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Some of the roadworks starting in Harrow this week

Here’s a quick update on the roadworks happening in and around Harrow this week. Expect some delays and plan your journeys accordingly to avoid disruptions.

Starting tomorrow, Tuesday, June 11 and running through to June 17, Athelstone Road in Harrow Weald will be closed for roadworks by UK Power Networks. Delays are likely, so plan your journeys accordingly.

Barnhurst Path in South Oxhey will be closed for resurfacing on June 10 and 11. Hertfordshire County Council is responsible for these works, and delays should be expected.

From June 12 to 15, the Edgware Road Flyover in Brent will be closed for patching works. This will likely cause delays.

Little Oxhey Lane in South Oxhey will be closed from June 10 to 15 for maintenance by Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd. Expect some disruptions to your travel plans, especially if heading towards Rickmansworth in the morning.

Marsh Lane in Stanmore will have two-way traffic signals in place on June 11 and 12 due to maintenance by Affinity Water. Delays are expected.

On June 11, Oakleigh Gardens in Edgware will be closed for patching works. Barnet Council is handling these works, and delays are likely.

Station Road in Harrow will have two-way traffic signals from June 11 to 13 for works by Virgin Media.

Whitby Road in South Harrow will be closed from June 10 to 21 due to works by UK Power Networks. Delays are expected.

Donnefield Avenue in Canons Park will have temporary works causing up to 15-minute delays from today, June 10 to Wednesday 12. These works are managed by Harrow Council.

Evelyn Avenue in Ruislip will have traffic control measures in place from June 10 to July 19 for works by Cadent. Expect some delays.

Finally, Hale Close in Edgware will have temporary obstructions causing up to 15-minute delays from June 12 to 14 due to pothole repairs.

Please plan your travel accordingly and consider alternative routes where possible.

 

 

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