Press release

Planned roadworks in Bristol, Gloucestershire, Somerset, BANES, Wiltshire, West Dorset and Devon: Weekly summary for Monday 27 April - Sunday 3 May 2015

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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.

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M32 Junction 1, Bristol: Resurfacing off network

Full southbound entry slip closure nightly from 8pm Monday 27 April until 6am Saturday 2 May. Diversion will be clearly signposted.

A40 Huntley, Gloucestershire: Resurfacing

Convoy working in operation nightly from 8pm Monday 27 April (Weekdays only) until 6am Wednesday 13 May.

M5 Junction 10: Bridge repairs

Narrow lanes with 50mph speed restrictions will be in place on the southbound carriageway until October 2015.

M5 Junction 14 – 15: Geotechnical works

Narrow lanes will be in operation from 8pm Sunday 19th April until the end of May.

A36 between Claverton and Dundas Aqueduct, BANES: Barrier and embankment stabilisation

Both northbound and southbound carriageways of the A36 will remain closed until early July 2015. Diversions are clearly signposted.

M5 Junction 28, Devon: Improvements scheme

There are various closures on the southbound exit slip road until August 2015.

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 27 April 2015