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Resurfacing works underway for A52 / Roman Bank junction in Skegness

5 October 2017

Improvement works to replace worn out carriageway at the junction of the A52, A158 and B1451 have started and a diversion route is in place.

Resurfacing roadworks

Pedestrian access will be maintained

The works will be carried out in with multiple traffic management phases and are expected to last until Friday 20 October, subject to reasonable weather conditions.

The first phase of works will take place from Wednesday 4 October to Monday 16 October on the B1451/Castleton Boulevard. As part of the works, a full 24/7 road closure will be in effect, including weekends. In addition, temporary 3-way traffic lights will be in place at the junction of the A158 and A52 from 4 to 16 October.

The diversion route for the phase one road closure will be via the A52 Roman Bank, Lumley Road and Grand Parade.

The final surfacing works will take place at the A52 / A158 / B1451 junction from Tuesday 17 October for three evenings with the working hours between 6pm and midnight. A full closure will be in place, during which the diversion route will be via A52 Roman Bank to C541 Addlethorpe Bypass to A158 to Lincoln Road and vice versa.

Pedestrian access will be being maintained at all times throughout the works.

Cllr Richard Davies, Executive Member for Highways, said: “Several areas of carriageway within the centre of Skegness have reached the end of their serviceable life. As a result, we need to resurface them so they remain safe to use.

“We intend to do everything we can to minimise disruption throughout these planned improvements, which is why we’re carrying out the works in the evening outside of summer and school holidays so that traffic flow in Skegness isn’t disrupted during peak visitor dates.

“We apologise for any inconvenience caused and ask for your patience while these works are being carried out as, once complete, they will prolong the working life of the road while making it safer and smoother for all road users.”

For up-to-date information about this and other roadworks, visit www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/roadworks.

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