Summary of planned new and ongoing road improvements over the coming week.
23 August 2016 - The following summary of planned new and ongoing road improvements over the coming week is correct as of 19 August but could be subject to change due to weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances. All our improvement work is carried out with the aim of causing as little disruption as possible.
M20 junction 4, Maidstone, Kent: junction improvement
Work by Kent County Council to improve journeys by adding an additional lane to the roundabout continues this week. Narrow lanes and a 50mph speed limit will be in place on both carriageways underneath the roundabout for the duration of scheme. A lane closure and 30mph speed limit will be in place on the southbound section of the roundabout.
For further information on the project, please visit Kent County Council’s website.
A20 Dover, Kent: junction improvement work
Work by the Port of Dover to improve journeys on the A20 continues this week. Lane closures will remain in place with a contraflow system between the Limekiln and York Street roundabouts for the duration of the works. There will continue to be no right turns from the A20 eastbound on to Union Street and from Union Street on to the A20. Clearly signed diversions will be in place.
For more information on the project, visit the Port of Dover’s website.
A21 Tonbridge to Pembury, Kent: major improvement
Work to improve journeys on the A21 between Tonbridge and Pembury continues this week. A 40mph speed limit remains in place 24/7 between the Vauxhall interchange and the A228. Two way traffic lights will be in place overnight, between 8pm and 6am, from Monday 22 August for 4 nights.
Tonbridge Road will remain closed after Pembury Hospital up to and including Longfield Road roundabout until Spring 2017. A clearly signed diversion will be in place via the A228 and the A21.
The scheme is due to be completed in spring 2017.
For further information visit the scheme website.
A249 Queenborough, Kent: level crossing repair
Work to repair the level crossing that leads to the ports continues this week. Temporary traffic signals remain in place 24 hours a day from Monday 22 August until Friday 26 August.
Members of the public should contact the Highways England customer contact centre on 0300 123 5000.
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