Weekly summary of roadworks for M25: Monday 17 December – Sunday 23 December 2012

Published: 17 December 2012

Weekly summary of roadworks for M25: Monday 17 December – Sunday 23 December 2012
   
HIGHWAYS AGENCY News Release issued 14 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 Junction 5 to 6
Work continues this week to prepare for an upgrade to the central reservation barrier upgrade along 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 are in place, with a free recovery service operating 24 hours a day. There will be additional lane and slip road closures as required, which will be carried out overnight when traffic flow is lowest.
M25 Junction 7
The clockwise link roads to the M23 in both directions will be closed overnight between 10pm and 5.30am for two nights from Monday 17 December for structure maintenance. Road users will be directed to follow a fully signed diversion route to junction 8 and return.
M25 Junction 16
The anti-clockwise link road to the M40 in both directions will be closed overnight between 10pm and 5am on Wednesday 19 December for drainage work. Road users will be directed to follow a fully signed diversion route to junction 14.
M25 Junction 17
The anti-clockwise entry slip road will be closed overnight between 10pm and 5am on Monday 17 December for drainage work. Road users will be directed to follow a fully signed diversion route to junction 18.
The clockwise entry slip road will be closed overnight between 10pm and 5am on Thursday 20 December for drainage work. Road users will be directed to follow a fully signed diversion route via the M40 junction 1.
M1 Junctions 1 to 5
The northbound M1 will be closed between junctions 1 and 5 overnight between 10pm and 5.30am for four nights from Monday 17 December for structure maintenance. Road users will be directed to follow a fully signed diversion route via the A406, A41 and A1.
The southbound M1 will be closed between junctions 5 and 3 overnight between 10pm and 5am from Tuesday 18 December until Wednesday 9 January, excluding Monday 24 December to Wednesday 2 January, for structure maintenance. On Friday nights work will commence at 11pm. Road users will be directed to follow a fully signed diversion route via the A405, A41, A1 and A406.
M4 Junction 4b
The east and westbound link roads to the clockwise M25 will be closed overnight between 10pm and 5am on Monday 17 December for electrical work. Road users will be directed to follow a fully signed diversion route via the M25 junction 14.
A282 Junction 1b
The clockwise exit slip road will be closed overnight between 10pm and 5am on Thursday 20 December for electrical work. Road users will be directed to follow a fully signed diversion route via junction 2.
A3 Esher (A245)
The northbound exit slip road for Esher will be closed overnight between 10pm and 5am for two nights from Monday 17 December for structure work. Road users will be directed to follow a fully signed diversion route via the A244 and A307.
The southbound entry slip road from Esher will be closed overnight between 10pm and 5am for two nights from Monday 17 December for structure work. Road users will be directed to follow a fully signed diversion route via the A244 and the A307.
A282 (M25) Dartford – Thurrock Crossing

Date Time Closure detail
Monday 17 December 8.30pm to 5am Northbound west tunnel
Tuesday 18 December 8.30pm to 5am Northbound west tunnel
Wednesday 19 December 8.30pm to 5am Northbound west tunnel
Thursday 20 December 8.30pm to 5am Northbound west tunnel
 
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