RMT Roads Bulletin – 29th June 2018


Highbury Corner – From today, Thursday 28 June until late 2019, roads in and around Highbury Corner will be busier than usual. This is due to construction work to introduce two-way traffic and build a new cycle route.

Finsbury Park – From 13:30 until 23:59 on Friday 29 June until Sunday 1 July, pedestrian levels in the area will increase. From approximately 22:00 until 23:15 on 29 and 30 June, and from approximately 21:30 until 22:45 on 1 July, Seven Sisters Road will be closed between Hornsey Road and Green Lanes, as well as some adjoining roads. Stroud Green Road will also be closed between Upper Tollington Park and Seven Sisters Road. This is due to an event.

Westminster – From 12:00 until 17:00 on Saturday 30 June, there will be road closures from Portland Place to Whitehall via Regent Street, Piccadilly Circus, Haymarket and Trafalgar Square, as well as their approaches. This is due to a march.

Regent Street – From Sunday 1 July until Sunday 22 July, Regents Street will be closed from Piccadilly Circus to Oxford Street in both directions and southbound between Mortimer Street and Oxford Street from 08:00 until 20:00 each Sunday. On Sunday 15 July, this closure will start from 07:00. New Burlington Street will be closed between 05:00 and 21:00 each Sunday during this period. This is due to an event.

Wimbledon Tennis Championships – From 08:00 Monday 2 July until 23:00 Sunday 15 July, there will be increased traffic levels and pedestrian activity around Southfields, Wimbledon Village, Wimbledon town centre and the area around the Wimbledon tennis Complex on Church Road and Wimbledon Park Road. These are likely to be affected by traffic delays and parking restrictions.

Charing Cross Road
From 08:00 Saturday 30 June until 18:00 on 1 July, Charing Cross Road southbound will be closed between Denmark Street and Shaftesbury Avenue, with lane restrictions in the northbound carriageway. This is to facilitate a crane operation.

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