A12 Ingatestone Bypass, near Chelmsford

Work continues on the £9 million A12 Ingatestone Bypass major improvement and safety scheme in Essex. It is scheduled to take 20 weeks to complete. Between the 22 October and 4 November work will be carried out overnight, seven days a week, with a single lane closed in each direction.

Work continues on the £9 million A12 Ingatestone Bypass major improvement and safety scheme in Essex. It is scheduled to take 20 weeks to complete. Between the 22 October and 4 November work will be carried out overnight, seven days a week, with a single lane closed in each direction. From Saturday 5 November work will be carried out 24-hours a day, seven days a week, with two lanes open in each direction during the day, and overnight single lane closures in both directions as and when required. A 24-hour 40mph speed limit with safety cameras is in place for the safety of drivers and roadworkers. The scheme includes the strengthening and resurfacing of the A12 and the installation of new street lighting to improve safety, on one mile (1.4km) of both carriageways between the A12/B1002 Trueloves interchange (J13) and the A12/B1002 Furze Hill interchange (J14).


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