Petts Hill Bridge on schedule

The Petts Hill Bridge replacement project, which aims to ease the major bottleneck in Northolt has completed the first tricky stage.

The 100 year old railway bridge has been replaced, and trains are running on the line again. The Chiltern Line had closed for four days from Christmas Day to allow the work to go ahead, which is now complete.

The old bridge has been taken away and replaced with a new, wider bridge, which will allow much better traffic flow underneath, and less congestion. Stage two, which is the roadway work, will be complete by January 7.

See the bridge go in on Youtube (filmed by the Ealing Times).

See the previous lookwest coverage for details.

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