It is almost Monday morning again, going back to work after a chilled out weekend feels like an effort too big to comprehend and to top it off, you also have the busy roads of London to tackle, in rush hour.
Next week, some roads will be closing to facilitate planned works, so make sure you check your route before grabbing your coffee and heading out to work.
Here is our guide to help you navigate through the rush hour as hassle free as possible.
Work starts next week on drainage surveys in a bid to maintain safety, according to the Highways agency.
On the M4 at junction 4, the westbound exit slip road will be closed overnight, between 10pm and 5am, on Wednesday 22 February.
Also on the M4 at junction 4b for the M25, works for the same cause will close the link road from the M4 westbound to the M25 in both directions between 11pm and 5am, on Friday 24 February.
Diversions will be in place via junction 5.
Motorists should expect delays around the Hammersmith Bridge area.
The bridge will be closed in both directions to facilitate essential repair works, until 5am on Monday 20th February.
Traffic is being diverted via Chiswick Bridge and Putney Bridge.
Footways across the bridge remain open and works on the bridge will continue until Sunday December 31 2017.
Parsons Green Lane will be closed northbound between New King's Road and Fulham Road whilst utility works are carried out.
Transport for London (TfL) advise road users to take an alternative route.
Works are set to continue until April 30.
Also in Fulham, the A308 New King's Road eastbound between Fulham High Street and Harwood Road will be closed due to carriageway works.
The closure will be in place from Monday, February 20 until Tuesday, February 21.
Motorists could experience delays on the B412 St Marks Road at the junction of St Quintin Avenue, due to various road closures and restrictions in place to facilitate works.
Works will be in place until March 18.
There will be various restrictions in place on Birdcage Walk, Hyde Park Corner, Hyde Park and Lancaster Gate, until March 13.
It is to facilitate works for the Cycle Superhighway which will provide cycle routes from outer to inner London.
Motorists are being warned of delays on the A315 Chiswick High Road in both directions at the junction of Turnham Green Terrace.
Temporary traffic lights will be in operation at the junction from Saturday February 18 until Wednesday, February 22.
Turnham Green Terrace will be closed due to repairs to a gas leak.
Also in Chiswick, TfL continue to warn of possible delays in both directions on the A406 Gunnersbury Avenue at the junction of Power Road in Chiswick.
It is due to the closure of Power Road for continuing bridge replacement works.
Works began in June 2016 and will be completed on Thursday January 4 2018.
There will be lane restrictions on the A4127 Greenford Roundabout clockwise at the junction of the A40 Western Avenue in Ealing.
Restrictions will be in place on the A40 slip roads between around 10pm and 5am each night whilst work to improve the junction is undertaken.
Oldfield Lane South will also be closed during the works.
Work continues until April 2019 during the redevelopment of 55 to 91 Knightsbridge .
It is affecting the A4 in Knightsbridge in both directions between Wilton Place and William Street and the westbound bus lane is closed.
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