Press release

Smoother and safer journeys on the A21, Kent

Overnight work to resurface and improve road markings on the A21 near Tunbridge Wells in Kent will begin on Monday (24 February).

Overnight work to resurface and improve road markings on the A21 near Tunbridge Wells in Kent will begin on Monday (24 February).

The improvements will take place on the A21 between Half Moon Lane and Longfield Road roundabout.

Anita Waterton, Highways Agency Project Sponsor said:

This week-long scheme will involve resurfacing of the road and new road markings on the new surface and roundabout which will help to improve journeys for drivers, making travel smoother and safer. During the work, there will be a 50mph speed limit in place for safety reasons.

We have worked to minimise disruption by planning the work so that it takes place overnight, when traffic flows are lowest, and drivers will be able to continue their journeys by following a clearly signed diversion route.

The resurfacing work will begin on Monday 24 February and finish on the morning of Saturday 1 March, with full closures of the road in both directions in place between 8pm and 6am. Road users will be able to continue their journeys by following the

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