We’re carrying out a series of improvements along the route between the A1(M) and Eastfield roundabout including resurfacing, improving crossing facilities and drainage.
This work will further improve safety and provide drivers with smoother journeys along the route, building on the £22m investment from 2019-20.
You can more details about the maintenance schemes taking place along the A64 below:
We’re starting the second phase of our drainage work between Sherburn to Ganton to improve safety for drivers.
The work will involve the renewal of the drainage to the immediate east of Sherburn. It follows phase one that targeted the flooding problems that regularly occurred in Sherburn village near the crossroads and was completed in June.
It is envisaged that work will continue towards Ganton subject to funding being made available in the future.
Work is due to start on Monday 14 September for around 20 weeks and should be completed by the end of January 2021 (weather permitting).
The work will include the renewal of the existing drainage in the area including drainage pipes and gullies. We are also taking the opportunity to making changes to the position and size of some of the gullies in various locations.
Temporary traffic lights will be used between Sherburn and Ganton throughout the work, overnight 8pm to 6am Monday to Friday.
As part of our programme of improvements along the A64 we have been installing what are known as village “gateways” in several locations between Welburn and Staxton which includes Sherburn, Ganton and Potter Brompton.
We are carrying out essential maintenance work on the A64 Barr Lane to Claxton and part of Scotchman Lane from 1 November 2021. The work includes resurfacing the carriageway, new road markings and studs and gully and manhole level adjustments.
This essential work will result in smoother journeys for customers.
To carry out this work safely we will close the A64 in both directions between Barr Lane to Claxton overnight from 8pm to 6am, Monday to Friday. A fully signed diversion will be in place for A1 traffic which has been agreed in advance with the police and local authority; the diversion route has been planned to consider the needs of local communities and will extend journey times considerably – we advise customers to allow more time and plan their journeys in advance.