The following summary of planned new and ongoing road improvements over the coming week is correct as of the above date but could be subject to change due to weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances. All our improvement work is carried out with the aim of causing as little disruption as possible.
M4 between Junction 19 – 20: Bridge Repairs
Narrow lanes will be in place during the day with single lane running nightly from 9pm 2 September until 20 October.
M48 Junction 22: Bridge maintenance
Full westbound closure between the slips will take place from 8pm 16 September until 6am the following morning.
M5 Junction 18: Bridge Inspections
Full closure of southbound on slip will take place from 8pm 14 September until 6am the following morning. Diversion will be clearly signposted.
M5 Junction 10: Bridge repairs
Narrow lanes with 50mph speed restrictions will be in place on the southbound and northbound carriageway until October 2015.
A40 Huntley to Lea: Grass-cutting
Full carriageway closure will take place from 8pm 10 September until 6am the following morning. Diversion will be clearly signposted.
A36 Codford to Deptford: Signage and Resurfacing works
Full closures will take place nightly from 8pm 14 September until 6am 19 September. Diversion will be clearly signposted.
M5 Junction 22: Third party works
Full closures of the exit and entry slips northbound and southbound will take place nightly from 8pm 10 September until 6am 12 September. Diversion will be clearly signposted.
M5 Junction 23: Resurfacing
Full closure of southbound exit slip will be closed nightly from 9pm 14 September until 6am 19 September. Diversion will be clearly signposted.
No planned works
No planned works.
Devon (M5 only)
M5 Junction 28: Improvements scheme
Various closures on the southbound slip roads until mid September 2015.
No planned works
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