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Thursday, 9 April 2020

Hounslow Council says works around Feltham Station will continue, despite the lockdown

It says the pandemic is affecting the supply of labour and materials, and that social distancing is impacting its speed.

Some utility companies have stopped all non-emergency works which will also prevent progress on some key tasks.

You can find a full timetable of roadworks in Hounslow below:

On the highway improvements around the station (known as Phase 1), works are ongoing and the community will start seeing sections finish and reopen for public use in the coming months. These include:

• Bridge House pond footpath complete and reopened May 2020.
• Hounslow Road: opening both lanes southbound towards Feltham beyond the bridge to allow traffic to turn left into Hanworth Road and go straight ahead into High Street. Estimated date: May/June 2020
• Longford bridge western side: to enable pedestrians to walk on the western side (please note for a short time the eastern footway will be closed for pedestrians). Estimated date: Summer 2020
• Completion of Longford Bridge: which will allow the bridge to be open to two-way traffic and removal of the temporary traffic lights on Bedfont Lane. Estimated date: Summer 2020
• Pedestrian ramps from new bus stops to new station entrance complete. Estimated date: Summer 2020
• Hounslow Road: western side, footway to be completed to enable pedestrians to use the new footway. Estimated date: Summer 2020
• Hanworth Road junction complete (but still under temporary traffic lights until the Hounslow Road reopens to two-way traffic): Estimated date: Summer 2020
• New Road: footway to be completed to enable pedestrians to use the new footway. Estimated date: Autumn 2020
• New Road junction complete: Estimated date: Autumn 2020
• Hounslow Road open to two-way traffic. Estimated date: Autumn 2020
• Final phase 1 completion – By end 2020.
On the highway improvement works to the High Street (known as Phase 2), the contractor delivering these works has currently paused works across London, with their staff furloughed for a minimum of two weeks. The dates provided below are based on works resuming in May.

• Browells Lane junction: Complete 1 April. TfL have paused all non-emergency signal works however the permanent signals will be commissioned as soon as this pause is lifted.
• High Street complete: Summer 2020
• Bedfont Lane South side complete: Summer 2020
• Bedfont Lane north side and Victoria Road start: These works, which have yet to begin, are currently on hold due to the current situation. This is under weekly review and if opportunities exist to safely start these projects then these will commence late Spring/early summer.
• Final phase 2 completion – By end 2020.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:12 pm  

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