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A5 Old Stratford Roundabout road closures 15 - 18 June 18

Alert message sent 13/06/2018 15:50:00

Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police

Please accept this Notice as a reminder / confirmation of Highways England’s planned part- weekend closure (day & night)  

 

From 8 PM Friday 15th June 2018 through to 6 AM Monday 18th June 2018

  • Full Closure of the A422 arm (link between Old Stratford and the A43 via Buckingham) **
  • Friday night 8pm through to Monday morning 6am
  • Single lane running in the form of lane closure(s) and ring management

** This closure may also be combined with the full closure of Towcester Rd if significant advantage can be demonstrated in terms of outputs and productivity subject to the approval of Highways England construction project manager.

Traffic will be able to negotiate the roundabout and enter / leave on the A5 and the A508

 

This weekend closure is the Fourth of five cyclical phases of full weekend closures (further details below) where contractors will be closing arms of the roundabout to carry out lane widening and resurfacing works. Maps with diversion routes will be disseminated ahead of each weekend closure.

 

I would like to thank you for your patience and support during these improvements.

 

If you require any further information, please contact me directly or visit the Highways England website   www.highwaysengland.co.uk

 

Further planned weekend closure;

 

PHASE 5. 22/23/24 June- Full closure of the A5 to from Towcester / A422 North and A508 North.

Full Closure of the A5 arm (link between Old Stratford Roundabout and Towcester)

 

Full closure of the A422 northbound approach arm (from Buckingham to the Old Stratford Roundabout)

 

Full Closure of the A508 Northbound exit arm (Old Stratford roundabout to the M1)

 

Friday night 8pm through to Monday morning 6am

 

Paul Valentine

Public Liaison Officer – A5 Old Stratford Roundabout

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