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c300-xrl-z-xbu-cr082_2-50001_information_sheet_installation_of_monitoring_equipment_south_molton_lane

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									   December 2012

Installation of tunnel monitoring equipment along South
Molton Lane
Prior to the arrival of Crossrail’s Tunnel Boring Machines (TBMs) in                                  Duration of work
Spring 2013, it is necessary to install shallow datum monitoring
                                                                                                         Up to ten days from
equipment close to the tunnel alignment to measure possible
                                                                                                          17th December 2012.
settlement in the different depths as it passes beneath the South
                                                                                                          Working between 08:00
Molton Lane. The equipment will also be used to monitor any                                               hours and 17:00 hours
changes that may occur to the various utilities within the street.                                        Monday to Friday &
The work will consist of using a pneumatic drill to break out the                                         08:00 hours to 13:00
tarmac and then the hand digging of three pits into which the                                             hours on Saturdays
monitoring instruments will be installed. These pits will be within the                                   (with one hour start up
areas indicated by the blue oblongs on the drawing overleaf.                                              and shut down periods
                                                                                                          also permitted). No
It will take up to ten days to complete the work starting on 17                                           work 22nd December to
December, although no work will take place between 22 December                                            1st January 2013
and 01 January 2013 inclusive. We will be using only hand tools
powered by a quiet diesel generator which will be acoustically                                        What to expect
shielded.                                                                                              Traffic & pedestrian
                                                                                                        management
To ensure the work causes as little disruption to businesses as
possible we have arranged for the road closure on 17 December                                          The use of a road drill to
                                                                                                        break out the road
2012 to commence at 11:00 hours for approximately three hours so                                        surface.
that the road to the south of Davies Mews can be prepared safely for
                                                                                                       Road closure for
the monitoring equipment to be installed.                                                               approx. 3 hours from
A road plate will be used and the road reopened at approximately                                        11:00 hours on 17th
                                                                                                        December 2012.
14:00 hours and there will then be no requirement to close this end of
the road again during the installation of the other two pieces of                                     What we will do
equipment.
                                                                                                       Ensure that traffic
Please ensure that any authorised car parking takes place prior to                                      management signage is
                                                                                                        in place
11:00 hours and there is no requirement to remove a vehicle until the
road reopens. It would also assist your business if you advise any                                     Monitor noise and dust
                                                                                                        and keep within
expected delivery drivers that visits should be made before 11:00
                                                                                                        permitted levels
hours and after 14:00 hours.
                                                                                                       Place acoustic barriers
                                                                                                        around worksite
We apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused as a result of our works. If you have any queries, please contact the
Crossrail 24-hour public helpdesk on 0345 602 3813 or email helpdesk@crossrail.co.uk
Please contact the Crossrail helpdesk if you would like to receive works information via email in advance of the printed copy.
Alternatively you can sign up to receive email notifications about stations of interest by visiting www.crossrail.co.uk/contact
Crossrail services will commence through the central tunnelled section in late 2018
followed by a phased introduction of services along the rest of the Crossrail route.               C300-XRL-Z-XBU-CR082_2-50001
We apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused as a result of our works. If you have any queries, please contact the
Crossrail 24-hour public helpdesk on 0345 602 3813 or email helpdesk@crossrail.co.uk
Please contact the Crossrail helpdesk if you would like to receive works information via email in advance of the printed copy.
Alternatively you can sign up to receive email notifications about stations of interest by visiting www.crossrail.co.uk/contact
Crossrail services will commence through the central tunnelled section in late 2018
followed by a phased introduction of services along the rest of the Crossrail route.               C300-XRL-Z-XBU-CR082_2-50001
  About Crossrail
  Crossrail is the new high frequency, convenient
  and accessible railway for London and the South
  East.
     March 2012
  When the service opens Crossrail trains will travel
  from Maidenhead and Heathrow in the west to
  Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east via new
  twin tunnels under central London. It will link
  Heathrow Airport, the West End, the City of
  London and Canary Wharf.
   Travelling on Crossrail will
   dramatically reduce Journey                             With
   times.                                    Now
                                                         Crossrail

    Example journey times in minutes
   Slough – Tottenham Court Road                55           32

   Romford – Bond Street                        43           35

   Whitechapel – Abbey Wood                     49           15

   Ealing Broadway – Farringdon                 38           17

   Heathrow – Liverpool Street                  55           32

   Heathrow – Canary Wharf                      71           40

   Maidenhead – Liverpool Street                71           46

   Paddington - Canary Wharf                    30           16



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  We apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused as a result of our works. If you have any queries, please contact the
  Crossrail 24-hour public helpdesk on 0345 602 3813 or email helpdesk@crossrail.co.uk
  Please contact the Crossrail helpdesk if you would like to receive works information via email in advance of the printed copy.
  Alternatively you can sign up to receive email notifications about stations of interest by visiting www.crossrail.co.uk/contact
  Crossrail services will commence through the central tunnelled section in late 2018
  followed by a phased introduction of services along the rest of the Crossrail route.               C300-XRL-Z-XBU-CR082_2-50001

								
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