A14 and A12 set for major upgrade work

Highways England are investing £2218m in East of England roads 

Highways England are investing £2218m in East of England roads - Credit: Highways England

The A14, A12 and A120 have been included in a £218m project to improve roads across the East of England. 

Road-users in the region are set to enjoy safer, quicker and easier journeys, as Highways England reveals the multi-million pound package of improvements to roads, bridges and pavements across the region over the next 12 months. 

The work is due to start in the coming weeks

The work is due to start in the coming weeks - Credit: Highways England

Work will commence on the comprehensive maintenance in the coming weeks, with the schemes including:

  • A12  junction 15-18 and 25 - concrete repairs and renewals to road markings, studs and kerbs. 
  • A14 junction 39-42 - resurfacing, studs, kerbs, road markings, restraint systems, traffic signs and bridge joints having improvements. 
  • A120 Crown Interchange - resurfacing

Martin Fellows, Highways England Regional Director, said: “Hundreds of thousands of drivers use our roads every day for work journeys, home deliveries and the movement of the goods and services, so it’s essential we keep them in a good condition to ensure safety and reliability.  

The A12 and A14 are included in the plans to improve East of England roads 

The A12 and A14 are included in the plans to improve East of England roads - Credit: Highways England


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“With this investment, Highways England will continue to deliver the essential maintenance and upgrades throughout the region to improve safety and help keep drivers on the move.” 



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