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Spilsby road improvements carried out in the evening to minimise disruption

11 September 2017

Several weeks of resurfacing works at Spilsby are to be carried out during the evening to avoid disrupting daytime traffic.

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Resurfacing work in Spilsby will be carried out in the evening.

The works will begin on Sunday 17 September with work expected to be complete by Friday 13 October, subject to reasonable weather conditions.

Resurfacing work will be carried out along the B1195 from the A16 junction to High Street, as well as Queen Street and along Boston Road from the B1195 down to and including the junction with Sainsbury’s Supermarket.

The works will be carried out in nightly phases between 6pm to midnight from Monday to Friday, with the exception of Boston Road which will take place on Sunday 17 & 24 September..

The Church Street, High Street and Queen Street works are programmed to start on Monday 18 September and willl last for 20 evenings.

Full road closures and diversion routes will be in place during the works with closed roads reopening by 6am the following morning.

Two diversion routes will be in place for the duration. The first will be via Ashby Road north through Ashby on to the A158, followed by the A158 and A16 back to Spilsby. The second will be via Boston Road south to the A16, followed by A16 north to the B1195.

Cllr Richard Davies, executive member for highways, said: “Several areas of carriageway within the centre of Spilsby 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, including carrying all of the works out overnight so that traffic flow in Spilsby isn’t disrupted during the day.

“We apologise for any inconvenience caused, and encourage motorists to allow additional time for their journeys and use an alternative route where possible.”

For the latest news on roadworks taking place around the county, visit www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/roadworks

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