North London road and rail disruptions from January 29

Published:
5:28 PM January 28, 2022



Roadworks and schedule changes that could affect your journey are in place in North London next week.

Here are some planned rail disruptions and major roadworks across Brent, Kilburn, Hampstead, Highgate and Camden Town to avoid – starting tomorrow (Saturday 29 January).

This bulletin runs until next Friday (February 3).

Rail

On Sunday – 30th January – there is no London Overground service between Gospel Oak and Barking.

Replacement buses will run between Gospel Oak and Seven Sisters, and between Walthamstow Central and Barking.

Passengers are advised to use Victoria line connections between Seven Sisters, Blackhorse Road and Walthamstow Central.

Road

Camden

Chalcot Road is closed between January 12 and March 25 due to roadwork – days are likely.

HS2 works on Adelaide Road means delays are likely between January 10 and April 15.

Thames Water works on Fellows Road mean traffic controls are in place and delays are possible.

Traffic controls are also in place on Belsize Avenue until March 26.

Hampstead Square is closed until January 31 due to Thames Water works.

Roadworks on Frognal Rise could cause delays until March 25.

On Highgate Road, roadworks until March 25 mean delays are likely.

Cadent gas emergency work at South Grove is underway, with possible delays until February 2.

Haringey

Thames Water works have closed Bishopswood Road, which is expected to be completed by January 31.

Temporary traffic controls are in place on Coppetts Road for Thames Water works until February 1.

Haringey Park is closed until February 14 for water works.

Brent

One lane is closed on Dudden Hill Lane until January 31 due to Openreach works – delays are likely.

Delays are possible on Brentfield Road due to Thames Water works until February 2.

Monks Park is closed until February 2nd while Affinity Water works are in place.

Similarly, traffic controls at Watford Road until January 31.

Emergency road works are underway at Clarendon Gardens and are due to be completed on February 2.

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