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Road management / Maintenance, Greater London

Flyover defect closes A4 for weeks

The Hammersmith flyover remained closed this week after it was shut on the 23 December due to concerns about a serious structural defect. Transport for London said that damage to “the ageing 1960s structure” had been caused by water ingress including salt water due to grit spread during the winter months. This had corroded and weakened the cables that help to support the structure. TfL said that, while 80 engineers have been working non-stop since, investigations into the extent of...

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