Hammersmith's main shopping street has reopened five days following a burst water main.
The road reopened at around 4.30pm on Wednesday (July 19).
Emergency works had to be carried out on King Street, forcing it to close from Hammersmith Station to Studland Road on Saturday (July 15) causing serious problems on the Hammersmith Gyratory.
One of London's busiest junctions, commuters faced significant delays while the burst water main was dealt with.
The road was still open to pedestrians, meaning shops and businesses including King's Mall remained open for business throughout the closure.
Several bus routes had to be diverted around the closure including 27, 190, 266, 267, 391, H91, N9 and N11.
And on Saturday (July 15), Hammersmith Police advised people to avoid the area "for the time being".
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