Crook Log roadworks update

PUBLISHED: 13:46 11 June 2012

Road works continue at Crook Log before the Olympics

Road works continue at Crook Log before the Olympics


Roadworks are set to continue in the Crook Log area of Bexleyheath this month and will then start again in September - after the Olympic Games.

Two-way traffic lights will be put in place outside 31 Crook Log, near Dallin Road, in Bexleyheath so that a collapsed sewer beneath the carriageway on the south side of the road can be repaired now that repairs have been carried out on a gas main.

Sewerage has been removed by tanker for several months and the opportunity is now being taken to carry out the repairs.

Once this next set of work is finished it repairs will stop until after the 2012 games as

Transport for London has placed an embargo on roadworks which may cause traffic problems during the Olympic and Paralympics Games.

Further work will start on Monday 10 September, after the Olympics, when the carriageway between Danson Road and Upton Road will be resurfaced. The work will be carried out in the evenings, starting at 7pm, and is expected to take five weeks.

The Crook Log area has been affected by traffic disruption for many months, initially due to the need to replace a number of gas mains.

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