South East - Maintenance schemes

Maintenance schemes taking place in the South East region.

Project information

Upcoming maintenance projects listed alphabetically by road name.

A2 Whitfield to Lydden safety Improvements and resurfacing - Thursday 4 August to Saturday 24 September 2022

We’ll shortly be carrying out work on the A2 between Whitfield and  Lydden. Our work will include replacing the safety barriers, resurfacing the road and renewing the road signs and road markings. This will maintain safety and improve the journey for road users, while preventing the need for unplanned closures.

To keep everyone safe and allow us to carry out as much work as possible the following traffic management will be in place.

Dates

Closure

4 August

 

 

Overnight eastbound lane closure (8pm-6am) between Whitfield roundabout and Lydden.

5 August and

8 August - 26 August

 

Temporary traffic lights in place Monday to Friday (8pm to 6am) but the road will remain open.

 

30 August – 24 September

Overnight closures both directions Monday to Friday (8pm-6am) between Whitfield roundabout and Lydden.

Diversions

At times when the road needs to be closed overnight the following signed diversions will be in place:

From the A299 Thanet Way at the M2 Junction 7 (Brenley Corner). Diverted traffic will continue east along the A299 and A256 towards Whitfield roundabout where the diversion route will end. Traffic heading from Dover towards London will be diverted to do the reverse of the same route.

Traffic travelling to Dover from Canterbury will be diverted along the A28 and A253 towards the Monkton Roundabout of the A253/A299. At this roundabout traffic will take 3rd exit onto the A299 and then A256 towards Whitfield roundabout where the diversion route will end.

All traffic for the port of Dover will be diverted to join the M20/A20.

 

Postponed until Monday 22 August

We're resurfacing the A3 between the Burntcommon (A247) entry slip road and the A3100 at Burpham.

We’ll be working overnight, which means the southbound section between the B2215 at Ockham and the A25 Dennis Roundabout will be closed weeknights between 10pm and 6am from Monday 22 August to late September 2022.

A diversion route will be in place for southbound drivers who will be taken off the A3 at Ockham and use the A247 and then A246 through Guildford and re-join at the Compton Junction.

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UPDATE 23 June: we’ll be returning to the A20 Eastern Docks Roundabout next week to carry out surveys, before starting work to replace a cable under the carriageway.

We’ll be working overnight, and the dedicated left turn slip road leading from Jubilee Way (A2) onto the A20 westbound (towards Dover city centre) will be closed between:

  • 8pm Wednesday 29 June and 6am Thursday 30 June
  • 8pm Tuesday 5 July and 6am Wednesday 6 July
  • 8pm Wednesday 6 July and 6am Thursday 7 July
  • 8pm Thursday 7 July and 6am Friday 8 July
  • 8pm Friday 8 July and 6am Saturday 9 July

During the closures, please use the Eastern Docks Roundabout to join the A20 westbound from Jubilee Way.

We’ll need to return once more to install a final light. We’ll provide more information about when this work will take place when available.

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UPDATE 11 May: we've completed our current work on the lighting scheme, but we’re not quite finished yet. We’ll need to return to install the final light and replace a cable, each of these will only take a couple of nights. We’re working with our site team to get the cable replaced as soon as we can and the light is being made by our supplier. We'll share more information when available.

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We are continuing to carry out essential works to the lighting on the A20 in Dover.  The works started on Monday 29 November 2021 and have been delayed from being completed on their due date of Wednesday 30 March 2022.

On Wednesday 27 April and Thursday 28 April 2022, there will be lane closures on lane 2 of the approach to Eastern Docks roundabout from 8.00pm until 6.00am on these dates.  No diversion will be in place for this scheme on these nights and eastbound traffic bound for the ferry terminal can use Lane 1 unhindered.

Previous closures:-

A20: Court Wood interchange to Limekiln roundabout (eastbound)

Eastbound closure between Court Wood interchange to Limekiln roundabout eastbound from 8.00pm until 6.00am the following day on Monday 21 March 2022 (see map below)

A20:  Westbound closure between Limekiln roundabout and Court Wood interchange

Westbound closure from 8.00pm until 6.00am on Tuesday 22 March, Wednesday 23 March, Thursday 24 March, Friday 25 March 2022.  (see map below)

From Saturday 26 March until Wednesday 30 March, there will be lane closures from Limekiln roundabout to Western Heights roundabout.

We apologise for the inconvenience these works may cause.

Latest Update - 2 August 2022

We’ve completed our work to repair and resurface the A2 at Flimwell. However, we have identified some safety bollards along this section of the A21 that need to be replaced to keep everyone safe. We will be replacing the barriers overnight on 16 and 17 August. From 8pm to 6am on both nights the A21 will be closed between Flimwell junction and Scotney Castle Roundabout.

A signed diversion will be in place via A268, A229 and the A262 to rejoin the A21 at Forstal Farm roundabout. The diversions will be the same in reverse for southbound traffic.

Map showing the closure and diversion work for the safety bollard replacement work on the A21 at Flimwell

Throughout the work the A268 through Flimwell will be open for traffic travelling east and west

Latest Update - 15 July 2022

Due to operational reasons we need to extend phase 3 of our scheme to repair and resurface the A21 at Flimwell. Work on phase 3 of the scheme will take place overnight from 8pm to 6am starting on Monday 18 July running until Saturday 23 July. Further work will now take place overnight from Monday 25 July to Thursday 28 July.

During these overnight works the A21 will be closed from the junction with the B2099 at Swiftsden to the A268 at Flimwell (including the two laybys). Northbound traffic will be diverted via the A229 at Coopers Corner to A268 to rejoin the A21 at Flimwell. The diversions will be the same in reverse for southbound traffic.

We apologise for any disruption caused by this necessary extension to the scheme.

Phase 3 Diversion

Map showing phase 3 road closure and diversion on the A21 Flimwell repairs and resurfacing scheme

Latest Update - 13 July 2022

As part of our work we will need to alter the traffic light sequencing at Flimwell crossing. The traffic lights will continue to work but will not be triggered by vehicles at the junction. Instead they will temporarily run to a preset sequence of changes.

We apologise if this causes any delays to your journey.

As soon as the work is completed we’ll return the traffic lights to their current sequencing, triggered by vehicles at the junctions.

Overview

We’re carrying out work to repair and resurface the A21 at Flimwell.

To minimise disruption work will take place overnight 8pm to 6am.

Benefits

This work will keep this important stretch of road safe for all road users and reduce the need for unplanned closures.

Related road projects

A21 Tonbridge bypass structure repairs and improvements

UPDATE – you may notice activity increase on site in early July, as the utility companies start to move their services on the west side of the bridge. 

Once the services have been safely moved, our team will return to finish off our work. We’ll need to close the bridge again for a short time to allow us to remove the temporary barrier and install the anti-access panels and foundations for the new safety barriers.

We’re limiting the amount of time the bridge is fully closed by carrying out the utility diversion and new safety barrier work behind the existing barriers, keeping the bridge open to vehicles with 3-way temporary traffic lights in place.

We’ll be using daytime closures, and are currently planning to close the bridge on:

  • Monday 22 and Tuesday 23 August between 6am and 6pm
  • Wednesday 24 August to Friday 9 September between 10am to 2pm, Monday to Friday only. Please note, the bridge will be open as usual on the Bank Holiday (Monday 29 August 2022)
  • Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 September between 6am and 6pm

Please note, these dates may change at short notice due to unforeseen circumstances. We'll make sure the latest dates are listed here.

While we understand this will impact the local community, closing the bridge is the only way we can finish off this work safely and efficiently. Traffic will be diverted via Oak Lane, Brittains Lane, A224, A25 and B2024 during these times.

When we restart our work, we’ll also be setting up a welfare unit for our site team on the grass verge on the Oak Lane side of the bridge. This is only temporary and will be taken away once we’re finished.

Thanks again to everyone for their continued patience and support of the project.

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UPDATE - 25 April:

The bridge continues to be open to vehicles, with temporary traffic lights in place.

We’re still working with the utility companies to confirm their availability and programme for their works before we can continue with ours.

Though there is limited activity on site, we’ve taken this opportunity to review how we’ll finish the work. We’ll now be completing the majority of the remaining activities behind the temporary barriers that are currently in place. This means the temporary lights will stay in place, allowing vehicles to continue to use the bridge.

We’ll still need to close the bridge again at the end of the project to allow us to remove the temporary barrier, install the anti-access panels and carry out waterproofing repairs to the bridge. We’ll make sure this closure is communicated to the local community with plenty of notice. 

Thanks again to everyone for their continued patience and support of the project.

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UPDATE - 24 February:

Our work has progressed well, and we have been able to open the bridge to traffic using temporary lights.

We’re not quite finished, but we need to get some existing underground utilities moved on the west side of the bridge before we can continue with our improvements. While we’re working with the utilities companies to make sure this is done safely, you may notice there’s isn’t much activity on site. Don’t worry we’ll be back once the utilities have been moved and we’re able to complete the work.

The traffic lights will stay in place while we’re waiting to get the utilities moved, and we’ll need to close the bridge again when our work starts again. We’ll put more information here once dates for this closure are confirmed.

Thank you for your patience and understanding while we’ve been carrying out this work.

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We’re carrying out improvements to the Gracious Lane bridge, over the A21 Sevenoaks bypass.

At the end of September 2021, a temporary barrier was installed on both sides of the carriageway on the bridge. The barrier reduces the width of the bridge to one lane, so there are temporary traffic lights in place to keep traffic safe and moving. There is also a temporary footpath next to the barrier on the north one side of the carriageway structure. 

The second phase of improvements started on Sunday 28 November 2021. During this phase, we’ll be upgrading the parapet – the barrier along the edge of the bridge – and installing new vehicle barriers. When we start the second phase, the temporary barriers will be removed.

For the safety of everyone, we will be closing Gracious Lane bridge to all traffic during our work. While we understand this may impact the local community, closing the bridge is the only way we can deliver the improvement works safely and efficiently. We have adapted the diversion to accommodate recommendations from the local community, and traffic will be diverted via Weald Road, A225, A224, A25 and B2024. 

To allow for the installation of the new vehicle restraint barriers at both ends of Gracious Lane bridge, we’ll have 2-way temporary traffic lights on the east side of the bridge at the junction of Oak Lane and Gracious Lane. These will also be in place from 28 November 2021 until the work is complete.  

  • What work is taking place?

Following the collision on the A259 east of Rye last night (11 August 2002), we need to carry out emergency repairs to the safety barriers.

  • When will this work start?

We’ll carry out the work between 8pm and 6am on Friday 12 August 2022.

  • Road closure information

There are currently temporary traffic lights in place between the A268 (Rye) and A2070 (Brenzett) close to the junction with Hook Wall junction at Romney Marsh (Woolpack Inn junction) while we carry out the complex recovery and clean up.

To allow us to complete essential repairs on the safety barrier, so we can remove the traffic lights for the rest of the weekend, we’ll be fully closing the A259 between East Guldeford and the A2070. 

A diversion will be in place in both directions via B2075 (Romney Road), Lydd High Street, Jury’s Gap Road Lydd Road, New Lydd Road and Camber Road.

For properties with direct access off the A259, an escort will be provided to a suitable point. If your property is west of the junction with Hook Wall (Woolpack Inn junction) please approach from Rye. For properties east of Beckett Road, please approach from Brenzett. The escort is for access only.

Access will be maintained for emergency vehicles on blue light calls.

We’ll be working through the night, and there will be some additional noise, please accept our apologies in advance for any inconvenience or delays this may cause.  

What’s happening?

We will soon begin building a new roundabout on the A27 east of Lancing to give access to the New Monks Farm development and provide better links to Brighton City Airport.

Work is expected to last until May 2023 and will be carried out in stages to keep traffic moving and disruption to a minimum.

Road closure information

  • We have temporarily closed the Lorry Stop layby. This is only open to construction traffic. The layby will re-open at the end of the project.
  • 26 May to 7 September 2022: The A27 filter lane for traffic from the Old Shoreham Road/Brighton City Airport joining the A27 westbound direction will be closed. Traffic will join the A27 via a T-junction.
  • 31 May to 8 September 2022: The eastbound A27 hard shoulder from Coombes Road to the River Adur bridge will be closed.

Further information

We’re improving the signalised junctions of Lyons Way and Sompting Road where they meet the A27 Upper Brighton Road near Worthing (West Sussex). Work will include upgrading the traffic signals at both junctions, resurfacing sections of the pavement, widening pedestrian crossings and renewing road markings.

Latest closures 

Grove Lodge roundabout to the Lancing roundabout eastbound carriageway – full closure
Monday 20 June – Thursday 23 June
3 nights (20:00 – 06:00)
There’ll be a full overnight closure eastbound. Escorts will be provided as before, and a diversion route will be in place using the A24, A259 and A2025.

Lancing roundabout to Grove Lodge roundabout westbound – lane closure
Monday 20 June – Thursday 23 June
3 nights (20:00 – 06:00)
There’ll be a lane closure overnight but no full closure, which means there’s no escort or diversion route needed.

Lancing roundabout to Grove Lodge roundabout westbound – full closure
Thursday 23 June – Saturday 25 June
2 nights (20:00 – 06:00)
There’ll be a full overnight closure westbound. Escorts will be provided as before, and a diversion route will be in place using the A2025, A259 and A24.

Full closure both directions between Grove Lodge roundabout to the Lancing roundabout (i.e. eastbound and westbound)
Monday 27 June – Tuesday 28 June
1 night (20:00 – 06:00)
There’ll be a full overnight closure. Escorts will be provided as before, and a diversion route will be in place using the A2025, A259 and A24.

Full closure both directions between Grove Lodge roundabout to the Lancing roundabout (i.e. eastbound and westbound)
Wednesday 29 June – Friday 1 July
3 nights (20:00 – 06:00)
There’ll three full overnight closures. Escorts will be provided as before, and a diversion route will be in place using the A2025, A259 and A24.

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Diversion routes in more detail

During any overnight closures of the A27, the following signed diversions will be in place:

  • Eastbound – traffic to head south on the A24 towards Worthing, then continue south down the A259 North Street and A259 High Street. Travel east along the A259 Brighton Road towards South Lancing, then head north on the A2025 South Street/Grinstead Lane to re-join the A27
  • Westbound – traffic to head south down the A2025 South Street/Grinstead Lane to South Lancing, then head west along the A259 Brighton Road. Travel north on the A259 High Street, A259 North Street and continue up the A24 to re-join the A27
  • What works are taking place?

We’re carrying out surveys and checks of our drainage and soakaway system for the A27 between the Hollingbury and Patcham junctions. During this time we’ll be working along the track by the A27, behind the properties on Mackie Avenue, Brighton.

These surveys include gathering of information about the ground conditions and tests to calculate the absorbency of the soil. You may notice some noisy activities while we dig small holes to look below the surface, take samples and use water to carry out the tests.

  • When will these works start?

We’ll carry out the work weekdays between 8am and 5pm, from Monday 25 July for up to four weeks.

  • Road closure information

The roundabout at the end of Mackie Avenue will be closed from 25 July for up to four weeks. While the roundabout is closed, we’ll make sure there is still space for vehicles to turn.

A small temporary site compound will be set up at and around the roundabout for welfare cabins and storage; and you may notice vehicles accessing the site.

The footpaths will remain open, and we ask that you take care when passing any survey sites or vehicles that may be moving around the area. Our work will not impact on access to properties.

We're due to carry out essential maintenance to the M3 bridge over Fleet Road (A323) from Monday 8 August until October 2022.

The existing paintwork is reaching the end of its life and fresh paint is needed to protect the bridge against severe weather and prevent any serious rust damage.

Road closures

During this time, Fleet Road (A323) will be closed between Pale Lane (north of the M3) and the Elvetham Heath roundabout in both directions on weekdays only between 9pm and 6am . 

View diversion route (opens in new window)

Please note, there will be no traffic management or works taking place from Thursday 11 August until the evening of Monday 15 August 2022.

Water main installation

South East Water will be working in the area at the same time.

To keep disruption to a minimum, a coordinated diversion will be in place around both sets of works. Further information about this project can be found at www.southeastwater.co.uk/fleet.

This work has been postponed until further notice.

We’ll be closing the M3 southbound between junction 4 (Frimley) and 4a (Fleet) from 9pm to 6am on weeknights from Monday 15 August to Friday 19 August 2022.

All lanes will reopen as normal from 6am on Saturday 20 August 2022.

A signed diversion will be in place via A331, A30 (London Road) and A327 and offers the best alternative route.

 

We're doing bridge repairs which will take about 14 weeks to complete. We'll be working mainly during the day on these.

There’ll be a lane closure and temporary traffic lights beneath the bridge for the duration of the work. This is because we’re using specialist scaffolding which will be protected by temporary safety barriers.

To install, amend and then remove the traffic management, we must close a section of the B4494 under the bridge for three nights. The first of these will be on 13 June. The dates will be confirmed via signs at the bridge.

Please note; due to the limited working area and movement of machinery, there’ll be no access for emergency service vehicles through any of the full overnight closures.

During these closures a diversion will be in place via the B4494 to Wantage, the A417, the A34 and Oxford Road. This route has been approved for its suitability for all types of local traffic. We will not be closing or diverting any traffic from the M4 or A34.

  • What work is taking place?

We’re carrying out repairs to the drainage system on the M20 eastbound (towards Dover) between junctions 6 and 7.

  • When will this work start?

We’ll carry out the work between 8pm and 6am on 12 August 2022.

  • Road closure information

The M20 eastbound entry slip at junction 6 (A229 Cobtree roundabout) will be closed. To join the M20 at junction 6, use the westbound (London bound) carriageway and travel to junction 4 and return.

For traffic joining eastbound at Coldharbour, there will be no access to the main M20 carriageway using the link road. Please follow diversion signs to leave at junction 6, use the westbound (London bound) carriageway and travel to junction 4 and return or join the westbound carriageway at Coldharbour to travel to junction 4. If you’re travelling eastbound from junction 5 to 6, this will be open as usual. Traffic will still be able to exit the M20 using the eastbound link road to access junction 6 and the A229.

UPDATE 15 June – we’ll be carrying out surveys on the Londonbound M20 around junction 7 overnight on 20 June, to help us plan how we’ll complete our barrier replacement work. To allow us to do this safely there will be lane closures on the entry slip and the main carriageway between 8pm and 6am. At least one lane on the slip and main carriageway will remain open at all times while we complete this work.

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UPDATE 24 May: we were unable to complete all our work during the closures at the start of the year due to unforeseen issues with the ground conditions. We’ll need to return to this stretch to finish off some minor works to the safety barrier, and we’re working with our site team to carry out surveys to help plan how we do this. This will be done overnight using lane closures to minimise the impact on everyone. We'll share more information here when available.

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We're continuing our works on the M20 to replace the safety barrier on the carriageway between junctions 5 and 7.

We’ll be using both lane closures and night time road closures to do this work.  Works started on the night of Monday 13 December 2021 and will finish on Wednesday 30 March 2022. 

A 50mph speed limit will be in place throughout the work.

The remaining phases of the works are below:-

Junction 7 to Junction 6 London-bound road closure, 8.00pm-6.00am:-

Monday 7 March

 

Junction 7 to Junction 6 London-bound Lane 1 closure, (Day & Night):-

Tuesday 8 March, Wednesday 9 March, Thursday 10 March

 

Junction 7 to Junction 6, London-bound overnight closure, 8.00pm-6.00am:-

Thursday 10 March

 

Junction 7 road closure (contingency only):-

Friday 11 March

 

Junction 7 to Junction 6 London-bound Lane 1 closure (Day & Night):-

Saturday 12 March, Sunday 13 March, Monday 14 March, Tuesday 15 March, Wednesday 16 March, Thursday 17 March, Friday 18 March, Saturday 19 March

 

Junction 7 to Junction 6 Full overnight closure, 8.00pm-6.00am:-

Sunday 20 March

 

Junction 7 to Junction 6 London-bound Lane 1 closure, 8.00pm-6.00am:-

Monday 21 March, Tuesday 22 March, Wednesday 23 March, Thursday 24 March

 

Scheme completed:-

Friday 25 March (evening)

 

Contingency dates, 8.00pm-6.00am:-

Monday 28 March, Tuesday 29 March (ends 6.00am Wednesday 30 March)

 

When we close the slip roads, a diversion route will be in place. This will involve leaving the motorway from the side that’s still open. For example, when we close junction 6 westbound, drivers should continue on the London bound M20 and exit at junction 5 then re-join and return to junction 6 using the coastbound side. When we close London bound junction 5 drivers should head to junction 4 and return coastbound to junction 5.

We apologise for the inconvenience these works may cause and for any noise local residents or businesses may experience.

We are carrying out resurfacing works to the M20 at junction 8 on the eastbound and westbound exit slip roads.

These works will be carried out under a full slip road closure of junction 8 exit slips and a lane 1 closure of the M20. They are due to take place overnight from 8.00pm until 6.00am the following morning.

These works have been postponed and we will update you as soon as possible.

We’re replacing the expansion joints on the Station Road bridge, over the M20 from 8 August for four nights.

The work will take place each night between 8pm and 5am and during this time vehicles will be unable to cross the bridge.

A signed diversion route will be in place via the A20, Barrow Hill, B2067, Church Lane, Roman Road and Goldwell Lane.

We’re adapting the central reservation between junctions 8 and 9 to make it suitable for storing the Operation Brock moveable barrier. Currently the barrier is stored on the hard shoulder when it's not in use, which was only ever a temporary place to keep it.

We started this project in January 2022 and work was due to last about 12 months. Unfortunately, we have to stop work when the Brock contraflow is activated. 

There are just a few things we can do while the Brock contraflow is active. This includes CCTV work near the junction 9 slip roads and some other planned maintenance work. To do these few things we need to close the M20 overnight. Here come the details:

London-bound overnight closures junctions 10a to 8

  • The London-bound M20 will be closed between junctions 10a and 9 from 9:00pm on Sunday 14 August until 6:00am on Monday 15 August 2022. A clearly signed diversion route along the A2070, A28 and A20 will be in place,
  • The London-bound M20 will also be closed between junctions 9 and 8 from 9:00pm on Sunday 21 August until 6:00am on Monday 22 August 2022. A clearly signed diversion route along the A20 will be in place. Over-height vehicles should use the A2, M2 and A249. Should the Brock contraflow still be active, coastbound traffic will be diverted along the hard shoulder of the M20 coastbound carriageway.

Coastbound overnight closures junctions 9 to 10a

  • The coastbound M20 will be closed overnight for four nights between junctions 9 and 10a. The road will be closed from 9:00pm to 6:00am each night on the 15, 16, 17 and 18 August 2022. A clearly signed diversion route along the A20, A28 and A2070 will be in place.

 

M25/M23 Merstham Interchange – April to August 2022

Update 8 August: Remaining weekend closure 12-15 August

 

Date & times

Road closure

Diversion route

 

8:00pm Friday 12 August to 5:00am Monday 15 August

M23 junction 8 northbound carriageway, including the M23 northbound to M25 anti-clockwise link road

M25 junction 8 and return

We're replacing several bridge expansion joints at the Merstham Interchange in Surrey. The interchange is a vital part of the Southeast strategic road network, connecting more than 100,000 journeys between the M25, M23 and A23 every day.

Built in the 1970s, the interchange is comprised of five separate viaducts arranged over three levels that cross above the M25. We will need four separate weekend closures to safely deliver work on each of the linking roads between April and August 2022.

Overnight closures will be in place regularly between the hours of 10pm and 5am from April to August while we carry out preparatory works and other related maintenance tasks. To keep up to date with planned closures on the M25, please visit the National Highways daily road closure report online by clicking here.

We are maximising the use of the weekend closures by sharing them with our other teams where it is safe to do so. Other work scheduled over the weekends will include resurfacing, installing new structure monitoring equipment, and surveys which will help inform the design of structure bearing works required later this decade.

If you need to travel while these works are taking place, we recommend that you plan ahead and allow more time for your journey. We have carefully planned and coordinated our work but there may be some changes in the event of adverse weather or other unplanned events.

Diversion route maps

The following signed diversion routes will be in place when there are closures:

 

 

We’re carrying out concrete repair works on two footbridges between junctions 11 and 12 on the M27.

Damage to the bridge over time means that essential safety work is required to protect road users and pedestrians, as well as increase the life span of the bridges.

To do this, we’ll need to close this section of motorway and will be doing this in two phases.

Road closures - between 9pm and 6am, Monday to Friday only.

  • Phase 1 – westbound only, J12-11 from 1 to 12 August 2022
  • Phase 2 – eastbound only, J11-12 from 15 to 31 August 2022

A diversion route will be in place for drivers.

Using the footbridge

Anyone wishing to cross either footbridge at night, whilst works are taking place, will need to notify the contractors using the intercoms situated at either end of the footbridge to safely guide them across.

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