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Final stage of A52 Roman Bank carriageway surfacing works planned

21 April 2017

The Go Skegness works, which were put on-hold during the recent school holidays, will carry on from Monday 24 April and will include night works to complete the surfacing and lining of the bus and cycle lanes along the carriageway between Butlins and Skegness Sand Caravan Park.

GO Skegness

The project has recieved £4m of funding

As part of the works, nightly full closures from 8pm to 7am will be in place from the evening of Monday 24 April until the morning of Friday 28 April and the evening of Tuesday 2 May to the morning of Thursday 4 May. The road will be open to vehicular traffic during the daytime.

To facilitate ease of travel for residents, visitors and businesses during the Bank Holiday weekend, temporary traffic lights will be in-use on Friday 28 April and works will be suspended from Saturday 29 April to Monday 1 May.

The diversion route during the works will be A158 to Gunby Roundabout, Gunby Road, Marsh Lane, Orby Road and A52 Roman Bank.

In addition, scheduled repair works on the A52 at the North Shore Road junction will be taking place from Tuesday 2 May to Wednesday 3 May. From 7:30am Tuesday to 6pm Wednesday, two-way traffic signals will be in place on the A52 at the junction. North Shore Road will also be closed during these times at the A52 junction. A local diversion via Holylake Road and Brancaster Drive will be in place.

The Go Skegness scheme was designed to support the East Coast economy; encourage growth; alleviate town centre congestion; and develop more opportunities for visitors and residents to use sustainable methods of transport.

The Go Skegness project has been made possible thanks to £4m of funding secured by the Greater Lincolnshire LEP from the Government’s Single Local Growth Fund.

For more information about the Go Skegness project, visit www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/majorprojects.

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