Press release

Planned roadworks in Devon and Cornwall: weekly summary for Monday 21 to Sunday 27 September 2015

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Planned new and ongoing road improvements over the coming week.

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The following summary of planned new and ongoing road improvements over the coming week is correct as of 18 September 2015 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.

A30: M5 junction 31, Exeter

Eastbound lane closure 8pm to 6am for carriageway repairs.

Closure of link road from A30 to A38 southbound 9pm to 6am for surveys. Diversion via A377, B3123 & A379. 21 to 22 September.

A30 Alphington, Exeter

Lane closure on westbound exit slip road 9.30am to 3.30pm for junction improvements, 22 to 23 September.

A30 between Chiverton Cross and Carland Cross, east of Redruth

Narrow lanes for electrical works, 21 to 22 September.

A30 Scorrier, east of Redruth

Westbound lane closure 9am to 4pm for signing works, 22 September.

A30 Avers, Redruth

Lane closure on westbound exit slip road 9am to 4pm for signing works, 23 September.

A30 between Temple and Higher Carblake, east of Bodmin: junction improvement scheme

There are 24 hour lane closures eastbound and westbound, with a temporary 40mph limit and temporary traffic lights between 8pm and 6am up until 31 March 2017.

A30 Launceston bypass

Eastbound lane closure and convoy working 7pm to 5am for resurfacing, 21 to 22 September.

A38 between Carkeel roundabout and Saltash tunnel, west of Plymouth

Eastbound lane closure 8.30pm to 6am for emergency repairs, 18 to 19 September.

A38 Saltash tunnel, west of Plymouth

Eastbound and westbound carriageway closures 9pm to 6am for emergency repairs. Diversion via B3271, 18 to 19 September.

A38 various locations between Tideford and Carkeel, west of Plymouth

Traffic signals 7.30pm to 4am for white lining, 21 to 26 September.

A38 Twelvewoods, Dobwalls

Narrow lanes for electrical works, 22 to 24 September.

A38 Dean Prior, east of Plymouth

Eastbound lane closure 7pm to 6am for South West Water works, 21 to 25 September.

A38: A379 junction (Wobbly Wheel) to M5 juction 31, Exeter

Eastbound lane closure 8pm to 6am for carriageway repairs, 21 to 22 September.

A38 between Tamar bridge and St Budeaux, Plymouth

Eastbound lane closure and convoy working 8pm to 6am Monday to Friday for resurfacing, 21 September to 1 October.

A38 Drumbridges, Heathfield, south of Exeter: junction improvement scheme

Eastbound entry slip road closed 8pm to 6am for junction improvements. No access to the roundabout from A382 west of Drumbridges. Locally signed diversions, 21 to 22 September.

Westbound exit slip road closed 7pm to 6am for junction improvements. Diversion via Linhay junction, Ashburton, 22 to 23 September.

Eastbound entry slip road closed 7pm to 6am for junction improvements. No access to the roundabout from A382 west of Drumbridges. Locally signed diversions, 23 to 24 September.

A38 Chudleigh, south of Exeter

Eastbound and westbound lane closure 7pm to 4am for barrier works, 23 to 30 September.

A38 Plympton, east of Plymouth

50 mph speed limit for bridge replacement scheme. 3 lane contraflow from 4th October to 22 July, 2016.

A38 St Budeaux, Plymouth

Eastbound exit slip closure 8pm to 6am for resurfacing. Diversion via Tamar bridge junction, 24 to 26 September.

A38 between Marsh Mills and Deep Lane, Plymouth

Eastbound and westbound lane closure 7pm to 6am for bridge replacement scheme, 17 to 27 September.

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Published 21 September 2015