Hammersmith Bridge

Keep Hammersmith Bridge car-free!

A sign on Hammersmith Bridge

Hammersmith Bridge cycle lane closed

The temporary two-way cycle lane on Hammersmith Bridge is now closed, so that engineers can resume stabilisation works on the Grade II listed structure.

As part of the works, LBHF will install a new, more permanent cycle lane, reportedly costing around £3 million. This will open later in the year, once the stabilisation work is complete.

Read more on the LBHF website

Five years of freedom from cars!

It's been five years since Hammersmith Bridge was closed to motor traffic.

Five years of reduced traffic, not only on Hammersmith Bridge (obviously) but in the surrounding area too. Five years of reduced pollution and congestion.

Five years that have shown there's no need for cars to be allowed to cross Hammersmith Bridge.

So let's celebrate our freedom from cars and say: keep Hammersmith Bridge car-free!

Read the report on Hammersmith Bridge by climate action charity Possible

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