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A55 Abergwyngregyn to Tai’r Meibion improvements

Start Date: March 7th | End Date: Autumn 2022 

A55 junction 13 abergwyngregyn tai'r meibion

This project will improve the road's drainage system and safety on this section of the network. 

Overnight westbound closure has been rescheduled to September 22 between 22:00-06:00.

For more information regarding the improvements works, please see Welsh Government links below, for information on traffic management see details below.

Resurfacing Works September 9-23

Westbound overnight closure
•    Overnight closure westbound between J15 - J12 to remove the contraflow system from 22:00 on September 22 to 06:00 on September 23.


Contraflow
•    Full road closure westbound with traffic travelling in contraflow on the eastbound carriageway from 06:00 on September 14 to 06:00 on September 17. 
•    Full road closure eastbound with traffic travelling in contraflow westbound from 06:00 on September 17 to 22:00 on September 22. 


Lane closures
•    Lane 2 closed between J12 - J15 eastbound with up to 20 minute stops westbound from J15-12 from 02:00 - 06:00 on September 17.


Slip road closures
•    J13 and J14 westbound on-slips closed from 06:00 on September 14 to 06:00 on September 17. 
•    J13 and J14 eastbound on-slips closed from 06:00 on September 17 to 22:00 on September 22. 

Further works will be required in the autumn on the county road network adjacent to the A55.

3.2 width restriction will be in place during the contraflow periods. Arrangements will be in place with the traffic officer service to escort abnormal loads over 3.2m through the site from Monday - Thursday 09:00 - 12:00 and 13:00 - 16:00.

A holding area is in place for abnormal loads travelling westbound before the Penmaenbach tunnel.

A holding area is in place for abnormal loads travelling eastbound at Bryn Cegin near J11 Llandygai.

There will be 40mph average speed control cameras when narrow lanes are in place in both directions. This is to protect motorists and the workforce who will be working closely to live traffic. We kindly ask drivers to respect our road workers, to slow down near works and obey speed limits and signs.

The cameras are operational and will be monitored closely by Go Safe.

 

For further information please contact Traffic Wales on 0300 123 1213 or via Twitter @TrafficWalesN


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