The Hammersmith flyover will close some weekends next summer to finish off repair work. Before that, night-time lane closures will come into force next month for the final phase of maintenance work.
- In December 2011 engineers found some steel cables had deteriorated due to corrosion caused by water seeping into the structure
- That led to its initial temporary closure the same year and urgent strengthening work, allowing the flyover to fully reopen to traffic in May 2012
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