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Published on: 31 March 2020
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Osbourne, in conjunction with A-one+, on behalf of Highways England will be carrying out resurfacing of the M20 in both directions between junctions 9 and 11 and the junction 9 west bound entry slip road.
In order to carry out these works as efficiently and as safely as possible, work will be carried out under weeknight closures of the M20.
Series of full closures on main carriageway
Dates and timings
M20 east bound junctions 9-11
Monday 30 March 2020 – Sunday 5 April 2020
8pm – 6am
M20 west bound junctions 11-9
Wednesday 1 April 2020 – Wednesday 8 April 2020
M20 west bound junctions 9-8 and junction 9 entry slip
Tuesday 14 April 2020 – Sunday 26 April 2020
East bound traffic will be diverted off the M20 at junction 7 and on to the northbound A249 to join the east bound M2 at junction 5. Traffic will continue east on the M2 and join the east bound A2 at the Brenley Corner Roundabout. Traffic will continue east on the A2 towards Dover. At the Eastern Docks Roundabout, traffic will take the first exit to join the west bound A20. Traffic will continue west bound on the A20, before joining the M20 where the diversion ends.
West bound traffic will be diverted off the M20 at junction 11 and will use the roundabout to re-join the east bound M20 carriageway. Traffic will continue on the east bound M20, where it becomes the A20 and continuing onwards to the Eastern Docks Roundabout, where it will join the A2. Traffic will continue on the A2, joining the M2 at the Brenley Corner Roundabout before leaving the M2 at junction 5, taking the south bound A249 to re-join the west bound M20 at junction 7.
During closures, there will be restricted access to the A20 from junction 11 of the M20.
Access to emergency vehicles will be maintained where it is safe to do so.
If you have any questions or if you’d like to know about the work taking place, please contact:
Phone: 01732 446800
Post: 10, Kings Hill Avenue,
Although these works have been carefully programmed they are subject to change. If you would like to be kept up to date with any changes to the programme please send your email address to email@example.com
Every effort has been made to ensure disruption to nearby residents is kept to a minimum, but there will inevitably be some noise and disruption generated by these works and for that we apologise in advance.
Our road workers frequently work in situations which are both unpleasant and dangerous and we would kindly ask that you treat them with the respect you would wish to be treated with while they are working in your area. If you do have any issues with the work taking place, our road workers will always try to help you if they can.