Two-way lights at Bedfont Road due to Thames Water emergency

12 Nov
2014

Two-way lights will remain in use overnight at Bedfont Road.

The lights are between Bedfont Lakes and the Bedfont industrial estate.

The lights are in place due to a Thames Water emergency and will remain in use until it is safe to remove them.

Hounslow Highways will monitor the area.


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