City of London Traffic Management Bulletin – 22nd March 2018

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Gracechurch Street northbound and London Bridge northbound are currently closed to facilitate emergency gas works. Due to this work, the decision has been taken to temporarily re-open Bank Junction to motor vehicles traveling eastbound on Queen Victoria Street to Threadneedle, Cornhill and King William Street only. All other restrictions at Bank will remain in place between normal hours of 0700 and 1900 Monday to Friday More information can be found on the City of London dedicated page.
The London Landmarks Half Marathon will take place on Sunday 25 March and will go through the City of London and City of Westminster. More information about its route can be found on the London Landmarks Half Marathon website.

 

 

23 March 2018
Works starting at the weekend

Bow Lane Junction with Cannon Street 24 March 2018 Cordwainer Crane

Fetter Lane Norwich Street to Holborn 24 – 25 March 2018 Castle Baynard, Farringdon Without Crane

Muscovy Street Trinity Square to Seething Lane 24 – 25 March 2018 Tower Resurfacing

Norwich Street Junction with Fetter Lane 24 – 25 March 2018 Farringdon Without Crane

 

Weekday Closures

Leadenhall Street Whittington Avenue to St Mary`s Axe 29 March to 2 April 2018 Aldgate, Lime Street Crane

Lime Street Junction with Leadenhall Street 29 March to 2 April 2018 Aldgate, Lime Street Crane

 

Routes Across The City Without Closures (weekend only)

Eastbound
Holborn Circus, Holborn Viaduct, Newgate Street, King Edward Street, Montague Street, Aldersgate Street, Aldersgate Street Rotunda, London Wall, Wormwood Street, Camomile Street, Outwich Street, Houndsditch, St Botolph Street & Middlesex Street.

Westbound
Aldgate High Street, Aldgate, Leadenhall Street, Cornhill, Mansion House Street, Poultry, Cheapside, New Change, Newgate Street, Holborn Viaduct & Holborn Circus.

Southbound
Goswell Road, Aldersgate Street, St Martin’s Le Grand, New Change, St Paul’s Churchyard, Ludgate Hill, New Bridge Street & Blackfriars Bridge

Northbound
Blackfriars Bridge, New Bridge Street, Ludgate Circus & Farringdon Street.

 

Long Term Closures

Abchurch Lane

17 Aug 18

Candlewick

Bank Station Upgrade Works

Artizan Street

01 Sept 18

Portsoken

CoL Project Scheme

Arthur Street (vehicles & pedestrians)

31 Jul 21

Bridge, Candlewick, Dowgate

Bank Station Upgrade Works

Billiter Street

31 Dec 18

Langbourn, Aldgate

Safety Reason

Carlisle Avenue

31 May 20

Tower

Development

Cannon Street

21 Apr 18

Candlewick, Cordwainer, Dowgate, Walbrook, Vintry

Emergency Works

Charterhouse Square (westbound)

31 Dec 18

Farringdon Within

Crossrail

Clement’s Lane

23 Apr 18

Candlewick

Development

Cock Lane

23 Dec 19

Farringdon Without

Development

Crosby Square

31 Dec 19

Lime Street

Development

Crutched Friars

15 Apr 18

Tower

Utility

Fetter Lane

30 Apr 18

Castle Baynard, Farringdon Without

Development

Fore Street

04 Apr 18

Bassishaw, Cripplegate, Coleman Street

Utility

Golden Lane (northbound)

31 Mar 18

Cripplegate

Carriageway works

Goring Street

12 Jul 18

Aldgate

Development

Hosier Lane

23 Dec 19

Farringdon Without

Development

Houndsditch (Outwich St to Bishopsgate)

31 Aug 19

Bishopsgate

Development

Little Britain

09 Jun 18

Aldersgate

Development

Little New Street

20 May 18

Castle Baynard

CoL Project Scheme

Liverpool Street

31 Dec 18

Bishopsgate

Crossrail

Middlesex Passage (pedestrians)

27 Apr 18

Farringdon Within

Development

Nicholas Lane

31 Jul 21

Candlewick

Bank Station Upgrade

Northumberland Alley (pedestrians)

30 Oct 18

Aldgate, Tower

Development

Nun Court

04 Sept 18

Coleman Street

Utility

Pepys Street

29 Jun 18

Tower

Development

Queen Victoria Street

24 Sep 18

Cordwainer, Dowgate, Vintry

Development

Shoe Lane

15 Jul 18

Castle Baynard, Farringdon Within

CoL Project Scheme

Victoria Embankment North Slip (westbound)

2021

Castle Baynard

Tideway

Vine Street

15 Aug 21

Tower

Development

 

 

 

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