Press release

Contractor announced for £6.3million improvements in Cambridgeshire

A contract worth £6.3million will see improvements take place in Cambridgeshire providing smoother and safer journeys for drivers.

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Improvements on the A14 and M11 have moved a step closer today (Monday 19 October) with the appointment of a contractor for the scheme.

Balfour Beatty on behalf of Highways England will be carrying out a package of works on the A14, M11 and A1307 in Cambridgeshire.

The work will involve resurfacing, safety barrier renewal, bridge repairs, embankment repairs, replacing and installing new signs, repairing damaged kerbs and replacing road markings.

The £6.3million contract is part of Highways England’s commitment in the region to improve safety and ensure better journey experiences across the East region’s busiest roads.

Aran Nugent, Service Delivery Team Leader at Highways England, said:

The appointment of the contractors is a vital part of the delivery of improvements to some of our major roads in Cambridgeshire. This scheme will make journeys better for local people by improving safety for the thousands of drivers that use these roads each day.

We expect the work to start in the winter and be completed by the summer next year. We will work with the contractors on how the works will affect people, but I’d like to assure drivers, where possible, disruption will be kept to a minimum and to bear with us while we continue to carry out this vital work to improve the existing road network.

All of the work will be carried out overnight to keep disruption to a minimum. More details about the when and where the work is being carried out will be announced in the coming weeks.

General enquiries

Members of the public should contact the Highways England customer contact centre on 0300 123 5000.

Media enquiries

Journalists should contact the Highways England press office on 0844 693 1448 and use the menu to speak to the most appropriate press officer.

Published 19 October 2015