Press release

Planned roadworks in Kent and Sussex: weekly summary for Monday 21 December to Sunday 27 December 2015

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 December 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.

M2 junctions 3 Chatham to 5 Stockbury, Kent: resurfacing

Work to maintain journeys by resurfacing sections of the carriageway on the M2 between junction 3 (Chatham) and junction 5 (Stockbury) will continue this week. The coastbound carriageway between junctions 3 and junction 4 will be closed overnight, between 9pm and 5am, on Monday 21 December. A clearly signed diversion will be in place via the A229, M20 and A249.

A21 Tonbridge to Pembury, Kent: major improvement

Work to improve journeys on the A21 between Tonbridge and Pembury will continue this week. A 40mph speed limit will remain in place over the festive period for the safety of road users.

The scheme is due to be completed in December 2016. For further information visit the scheme page.

A2070 Hamstreet, Kent: carriageway resurfacing

Work to improve journeys on the A2070 near Hamstreet will continue this week. A lane closure will be in place, with traffic escorted past the work site in a convoy at 10mph, between Brenzett roundabout and the A2042 overnight, between 8pm and 6am, from Monday 21 December for 2 nights.

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Published 18 December 2015