Work takes place until December 2016 at:
We're also finishing off work between Bridge Street and Tower Hill
View the construction area on our live traffic map.
View the map below for the impact of the works on traffic in the coming months or download the PDF.
East West CS traffic impact maps - October/November 2016
During the works:
Buses passing through the affected area may be diverted or delayed. Affected routes include:
East-West Cycle Superhighway is available for cyclists to use between Tower Hill and Storeys Gate. In construction areas, cycle lanes will stay open whenever possible.
In Hyde Park, West Carriage Drive is also open for cyclists in both directions. On South Carriage Drive, westbound cyclists should use Rotten Row as an alternative. As conditions have changed, please take extra care.
Southbound cyclists can now enter the new cycle track at Victoria Gate and continue to the junction with South Carriage Drive.
Coach services using Lancaster Terrace should expect delays. There will also be changes to parking, pick up and drop off arrangements during the project, as well as after its completion.
Contact your coach operator for details about possible changes to services, and allow plenty of time to travel.
Part of the route of the East-West Cycle Superhighway is an abnormal loads route. If you're transporting abnormal loads, contact the Metropolitan Police as usual.
If you're making or receiving deliveries or servicing premises in affected areas, talk to your customers and suppliers now about making changes to your deliveries or collections.
You can also:
See our Deliveries in London section for information on moving freight efficiently.
To find out more about walking and transport accessibility during major roadworks, see our travel advice for road users page.
The East-West Cycle Superhighway part of the Road Modernisation Plan, and is designed to improve safety for cyclists, other road users and pedestrians. The benefits will include: