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Peppermint Junction update: Final surfacing to be laid from A17/A151 junction to Boston Rd roundabout

7 November 2017

The £5.4m project to improve safety at the A17/A151 junction continues to progress smoothly on budget and on time, with the A17 and A151 set to fully reopen for use during early 2018.

Peppermint Junction

Kerbing being installed on roundabout east of A17 with a roller compacting surfacing material

What we achieved in October

  • Completed kerbing works up to the A17 roundabout
  • Completed the A17 (west) splitter island
  • Installed traffic sign poles, street light ducting and the A17 North maintenance parking bay
  • Continued construction and surfacing of new footways and carriageway
  • Completed second half of culvert across A17
  • Continued drainage infrastructure works

What’s happening in November

  • Complete all remaining surfacing from A17 and A151 to Boston Road roundabout
  • Complete road marking works across the whole scheme
  • Carry out landscaping activities and top-soiling of verges
  • Complete Installation of street lighting
  • Install traffic signs and bollards
  • Continue drainage infrastructure works

Peppermint Junction improvements nearly complete

Current traffic restrictions and closures

  • Narrowed lane widths & reduced speed limits to 30mph on A17 and A151 for duration of the scheme
  • A right-turn ban on the A17 into the A151 until the end of the project
  • Access between Northon’s Lane / A151 closed permanently
  • Overnight closures on the A17 and A151 between 7pm to 6am, Monday to Friday, from Thursday 2 November to Wednesday 22 November, subject to weather conditions
  • The signed diversion route for the closure will be via the A17, A1101, A47 and A16 and vice versa

For the latest news on the Peppermint Junction, visit www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/majorprojects.

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Last updated: 17 November 2017

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