Press release

Planned roadworks in Devon and Cornwall: Weekly summary for Monday 6 April 2015 – Sunday 12 April 2015

The following summary of planned new and ongoing road improvements over the coming week is correct as of 6 April 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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A38 Manadon, Plymouth – Junction improvement

24hr eastbound narrow lanes and 50mph speed limit. Eastbound carriageway closed between Manadon and Marsh Mills from 8pm to 6am Mon and Tues. Diversion via B3413. (6 Oct 14 – 1 April 15)

A38 Dry Bridge, nr South Brent – New bridge scheme

24hr eastbound exit sliproad closure. Access for residents only. Diversion via Dart Bridge. (30 Oct 14 – 23 April 15) 24 hr narrow lanes and 40mph limit on main carriageway (10 Nov 14 – 23 April 15)

A30 Between Carminow Cross and Innis Downs, nr Bodmin – Drainage works

24hr eastbound lane closure and 50mph limit (26 Nov 14 – 6 May 15)

24hr westbound lane closure and 50mph speed limit. Traffic management removed in both directions for Easter break (25 Nov 14 – 6 May)

A38 Dobwalls Bypass – Resurfacing

24hr contraflow and 40mph speed limit (13 Oct 14 to 21 May 15)

A38 Drumbridges, nr Bovey Tracey – Junction improvement

Various lane closures on sliproads and roundabout (27 Nov – 30 June)

A38 Kennford, nr Exeter – Junction improvement

24hr contraflow and 50mph speed limit (17 Nov 14 – 30 June 15)

Eastbound lane closure from 8pm to 6am (24 March – 20 April)

###A38 Carkeel Rdbt, Saltash – Junction improvement

30mph speed limit (28 Feb – 31 May)

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Members of the public should contact the Information Line on 0300 123 5000.

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Published 2 April 2015