Hammersmith Bridge is open to traffic following essential repair work.
The 130-year-old river crossing was closed to vehicles for six nights between October 21 and October 27 after problems with the bridge’s decking were identified by engineers.
The crossing remained open for pedestrians and cyclists using it, with work chosen to take place over half term to reduce disruption and inconvenience.
Motorists were diverted through Putney Bridge and Chiswick Bridge, while buses services were also affected.
It comes ahead of planned major repairs of the bridge expected to be carried out by Transport for London (TfL) in July next year.
The bridge has closed on several occasions over recent years for urgent repairs.
It currently operates under severe weight restrictions with only one bus in each direction permitted on the bridge at any one time.
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