Weekly summary of roadworks for M25: Monday 10 December to Sunday 16 December

Published: 10 December 2012

Weekly summary of roadworks for M25: Monday 10 December to Sunday 16 December
HIGHWAYS AGENCY News Release issued 7 December 2012
A traffic management summary for both new and ongoing work
The information provided in this report is correct as of the above date but could be subject to change due to weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances.
M25 junctions 5 to 6
Work continues to install the narrow lanes for the central reservation barrier upgrade on the M25 between junctions 5 (Sevenoaks) and 6 (Godstone) which is due to be completed in spring 2013. Narrow lanes and a 50mph speed limit will be installed with a free recovery service in place operating 24 hours a day when preparations have been completed. There will be overnight lane and slip road closures during the scheme.
The northbound A21 link road to the clockwise M25 carriageway will be closed overnight between 10pm and 5.30am on Tuesday 11 December to install narrow lanes. Road users will be directed to follow a fully signed diversion route via junction 4.
M25 junction 10
The anti-clockwise entry slip road will be closed overnight between 10pm and 5am on Monday 10 December for structure inspections. Road users will be directed to follow a fully signed diversion route via junction 11.
M25 junction 14
The clockwise entry slip roads for junction 14 and from Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 5 spur road will be closed overnight between 10pm and 5am on Monday 10 December for structure inspections. Road users will be directed to follow a fully signed diversion route to junction 13.
M25 junction 18
The clockwise exit and entry slip roads will be closed overnight between 10pm and 5am on Tuesday 11 December for electrical work. Road users will be directed to follow a fully signed diversion route via junction 20 for the exit slip road and via junction 17 for the entry slip road.
The anti-clockwise entry slip road will be closed overnight between 11pm and 5am on Friday 14 December for drainage work. Road users will be directed to follow a fully signed diversion route via junction 19.
M25 junction 26
The anti-clockwise exit slip road will be closed overnight between 11pm and 5am on Friday 14 December and between 10pm and 6am on Saturday 15 December for ground investigation works. Road users will be directed to follow a fully signed diversion route via junction 25.
M1 junctions 1 to 5
The northbound carriageway will be closed between junctions 1 and 5 overnight between 10pm and 5.30am for nine nights, Monday to Friday, from Wednesday 5 December for structure maintenance. On Friday night work will start at 11pm. Road users will be directed to follow a fully signed diversion route via the A406, A41 and A1.
A1(M) junctions 2 to 4
The northbound carriageway will be closed between junctions 2 and 4 overnight between 10pm and 5am for two nights from Monday 10 December for tunnel maintenance. Road users will be directed to follow a fully signed diversion route via the A1001.
A1(M) junction 3
The northbound exit slip road will be closed overnight between 10pm and 5am on Wednesday 12 December for drainage works. Road users will be directed to follow a fully signed diversion route via junction 4.
A282 (M25) Dartford – Thurrock Crossing
Date Time Closure detail
Monday 10 December 8.30pm to 5.30am Northbound west tunnel
Tuesday 11 December 8.30pm to 5.30am Northbound west tunnel
Wednesday 12 December 8.30pm to 5.30am Northbound west tunnel
Thursday 13 December 8.30pm to 5.30am Northbound west tunnel
Friday 14 December 9.00pm to 5.30am Northbound west tunnel
Saturday 15 December 8.30pm to 5.30am Northbound east tunnel
Sunday 16 December 8.30pm to 5.30am Northbound west tunnel
A fully signposted diversion route will be in place for oversized vehicles for the northbound east tunnel closure.
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