Press release

Planned roadworks in Yorkshire and the Humber: summary for Monday 17 October to Sunday 23 October 2016

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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 Friday 14 October and 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.

M1 junction 31 Aston

The southbound exit slip road at junction 31 will be closed overnight on Monday 17 October. The closures are for smart motorway works and the closures are between 8pm and 6am.

M1 junction 32 Thurcroft to junction 35a Stocksbridge

The hard shoulder is currently closed in both directions as part of the smart motorway scheme. The northbound exit slip road at junction 35a will be closed overnight on Wednesday 19 October. The northbound carriageway will be closed between the slip roads at junction 34 overnight for two nights from Monday 17 October. The northbound carriageway will be closed between the slip roads at junction 35 overnight for two nights from Thursday 20 October. The southbound entry slip road at junction 35 will be closed overnight for two nights on Tuesday 18 October and then again on Friday 21 October. The southbound entry slip road at junction 35a will be closed overnight for two nights on Monday 17 October and then again on Thursday 20 October. There will be narrow lanes and a 50mph speed limit until the project is completed in winter. The closures will take place between 8pm and 6am, and drivers will be able to follow clearly signed diversion routes.

M18 junction 5 North Ings

The southbound entry slip road at junction 5 will be closed overnight for eight nights from Monday to Friday only from Monday 17 October for barrier works. The closures will take place between 8pm and 6am, and drivers will be able to follow clearly signed diversion routes.

M18 junction 5 to junction 6 Thorne

There will be a lane 1 closure northbound in place 24/7 for drainage works until Saturday 22 October. And the northbound carriageway will be reduced to single lane overnight for two nights from Friday 21 October. The closures will take place between 9pm and 6am.

M62 junction 26 Bradford (M606 interchange)

There will be narrow lanes and a 30mph speed limit in place until a project to add an extra lane to the roundabout at the junction is due to be completed in autumn. The slip roads and roundabout will be reduced to a single lane overnight, between 7pm and 6am, from Monday 17 October for five nights. And the slip roads and roundabout will be fully closed overnight on Saturday 22 October, between 8pm and 9am. Drivers will be able to follow clearly signed diversion routes.

M62 junction 26 to junction 27 Gildersome

The carriageway will be fully closed overnight on Sunday 23 October for cable works. The closures will take place between 8pm and 6am, and drivers will be able to follow clearly signed diversion routes.

M62/A162 junction 33 Ferrybridge

The A162 will be fully closed until December for bridge work. The closures will take place 24/7, and drivers will be able to follow clearly signed diversion route.

M180 junction 2 to junction 1 Tudworth

The westbound side of the carriageway will be reduced to a single lane overnight for six nights from Monday to Friday only from Monday 17 October for resurfacing works. There will also be a permanent lane 1 closure throughout the duration of the works. The closures will take place between 8pm and 6am.

A1(M) junction 41 Holmfield

The A1(M) will be closed from Monday 17 October for 7 nights between 8pm and 6am for repairs to the bridge joint. Clearly signed diversions will be in place.

A180/A160 Immingham, Humberside

There will be narrow lanes on the A180 and A160 along with a 50mph speed limit while work takes place to improve access to the Port of Immingham, including upgrading the A160 to a dual carriageway The project is due to be completed in autumn. The westbound exit slip road and eastbound entry slip road at Brocklesby Interchange will be closed until autumn. Drivers will be able to follow clearly-signed diversion route.

A63 South cave to Western Interchange

The eastbound side of the carriageway will be fully closed overnight for resurfacing works on Monday 17 October. The closures will take place between 7pm and 7am, and drivers will be able to follow clearly signed diversion routes.

A63 Western Interchange

The westbound exit slip road will be closed overnight for three nights from Tuesday 18 October for resurfacing works. The closures will take place between 8pm and 6am, and drivers will be able to follow clearly signed diversion routes.

A63 Daltry Street to Brighton Street

The westbound side of the carriageway will be fully closed overnight for two nights for resurfacing works on Friday 21 October and then again on Monday 24 October. The closures will take place between 7pm and 7am, and drivers will be able to follow clearly signed diversion routes.

A63 Alexandra Dock to Market Place Hull

The motorway will be closed for a bridge inspection on Sunday 23 October between 6am and 2pm, with a clearly signed diversion in place.

A628 Gunn Inn to Flouch

The eastbound and the westbound side of the carriageway will be fully closed overnight Monday to Thursday only from Monday 17 October to Thursday 20 October. This is for resurfacing works. The closure will take place between 8pm and 6am, and drivers will be able to follow clearly signed diversion routes.

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Published 17 October 2016