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Herewith the latest (January) A417 Missing Link newsletter
which provides a comprehensive project update.
As ever, please get in touch if you would like any further information. Mike Goddard - email@example.com
National Highways is reminding drivers to plan their journeys ahead of a full weekend closure as the A417 Missing Link scheme prepares to move to the next stage.
As part of National Highways’ Missing Link upgrade, a small section of the A436 and the top of Leckhampton Hill will be closed from 9pm on Friday 19 January to 5am on Monday 22nd January.
This weekend closure will allow for National Highways to create a new site entrance off the A436 near to the Air Balloon roundabout.
The closure work will allow for easy access for site and heavy goods vehicles making deliveries to new site offices and compound.
The site has been carefully located to help keep traffic moving and congestion to a minimum during the project.
During the closures, all traffic will be diverted via the A40, A46, A453 and A436. Access for emergency services will be maintained throughout the closure, and Crickley Hill Country Park and National Star College will be open for business as usual.
During this work, National Highways will remove existing traffic islands, create a temporary roundabout, and install a new site entrance.
The main site office and compound will contain two-storey mobile offices, welfare facilities, parking, and a materials storage area.
It will also be home to machinery for crushing large pieces of excavated rock, enabling the scheme to re-purpose excavated material for use in the build, helping to further reduce the project’s carbon footprint.
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