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Posted: Fri, 05 Aug 2022 13:35 by Samantha Hosking
The A43 northbound will be fully closed overnight, from the Brackley BP roundabout to the Syresham Junction, from 8pm on Sunday 14 August to 6am on Monday 15 August 2022.
The A43 road closure will be in place to allow the next phase of work on the Whitfield Road, Radstone (section of road between Radstone and the A43). This will involve carrying out a road safety audit of the Whitfield Road as well as the junction upgrade where the Whitfield Road meets the A43 northbound. This is expected to take place in the middle of August 2022. Once this audit is completed, signage will be installed and the narrowed lanes will be removed. More »
The current closure on a section of the Whitfield Road, Radstone will remain in place, 24 hours a day until the end of September 2022 when the above works are completed and the roads are handed back to National Highways and West Northamptonshire Council. » Less
Posted: Fri, 05 Aug 2022 13:10 by Samantha Hosking
Transport for Buckinghamshire is planning to carry out reconstruction of the partially damaged bridge parapet, at Biddlesden.
In order to carry out the work in a safe and efficient manner a road closure will be implemented for motorists, whereby a fully signed diversion route will be installed. More »
The road closure will be in place 24-hours a day for approximately 20 days. Pedestrians and cyclists will be provided with access through the site. A scaffolding system will also be installed to span the river here in order to avoid impacting the watercourse.
Work is planned to commence on 5th September 2022 and is anticipated to take 20 working days. Work is planned to be undertaken during weekdays and weekends in order to be completed as promptly as possible.
Target completion date is 24 th September 2022 pending suitable weather conditions etc.
Keith Dolan, Transport for Buckinghamshire » Less
Posted: Mon, 01 Aug 2022 15:20 by Samantha Hosking
Work is scheduled to commence Monday 25th July 2022 from 9pm to 6am Monday to Friday for approximately three months.
The Public Liaison Officer will be on hand throughout to answer any questions you may have regarding the works and will be keeping us all up to date with regular bulletins throughout the programme. More »
Public Liaison Officer contact details are: Karen McGilvray - 07526 391363. » Less