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Work starts on replacing the ramp in Ferry Road today


Work started today to replace the Ferry Road approach ramp near Teddington footbridge.

The work is Phase Two which will involve the installation of a dam around the ramp and building a temporary access ramp before the removal of the old structure.

Eventually, the temporary ramp will be replaced with the new ramp. he work is expected to take six months.

As Richmond Council has previously warned there will be only TWO periods of complete closure – required to complete the works – and these will be at weekends with access restricted totally from Friday evening to Monday morning.

The exact dates of these disruptive closures will be confirmed well in advance and the first one will take place roughly six weeks afters today’s scheduled start date which makes it around May 17th.

A spokesperson added: “We will not restrict access over either of the May Bank Holidays. Details of the closures will be shared once dates are confirmed.

“These two short closures are required, as access will not be possible when we detach and reattach the old, temporary and new ramps.”

If anyone experiences any difficulties with the works, please contact the Project Team by email on quoting Teddington Bridges.





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