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JULY: Rolling road closures in Maidstone - details

Monday 29th June 2020

THERE are various road closures coming up next month in Maidstone

Kent County Council has made an order to temporarily prohibit through traffic on various roads in Maidstone from July 6 2020, between the hours of 21:00 and 05:00 (excluding Sundays), with estimated completion by July 22 2020.

The following roads will be closed on a rolling basis:

A20 Ashford Road will be closed between the junctions with A249 Andrew Broughton Way and New Cut Road.

A249 Albion Place and Sittingbourne Road will be closed between the junctions with A249 Andrew Broughton Way and B2012 Holland Road.

A249 Wat Tyler Way will be closed between the junctions with A249 Andrew Broughton Way and Romney Place.

Square Hill Road will be closed from the junctions with A20 Ashford Road and Square Hill.

A249 Andrew Broughton Way will be closed for its entire length, to the extent indicated by signs and barriers on site.

 

The alternative route for traffic travelling eastbound on A20 Ashford Road is via Willington Street, A274 Sutton Road, A229 Loose Road, Sheals Crescent, Hayle Road, College Road, Mill Street, Palace Avenue, Lower Stone Street and Wat Tyler Way.

The alternative route for traffic travelling westbound through Maidstone Town and on A229 Bluebell Hill is via A229 Lower Stone Street, Upper Stone Street, Loose Road, A274 Sutton Road, Willington Street and A20 Ashford Road.

The alternative route for traffic travelling from M20/A249 is via A249 Bearsted Road, New Cut Road, Willington Street, A274 Sutton Road, A229 Loose Road, Sheals Crescent, Hayle Road, College Road, Mill Street, Palace Avenue, Lower Stone Street and Wat Tyler Way.

The alternative route for traffic exiting right from B2012 Holland Road is via A249 Sittingbourne Road, A249 Bearsted Road, New Cut Road, A20 Ashford Road, Willington Street, A274 Sutton Road, A229 Loose Road, Sheals Crescent, Hayle Road, College Road, Mill Street, Palace Avenue, Lower Stone Street and Wat Tyler Way.

Access for emergency service vehicles and pedestrians will be maintained at all times during the closure.

The closure is required for the safety of the public and workforce while carriageway resurfacing works are undertaken by Kent County Council.

For information regarding the closure please contact Kent County Council on 03000 418181, who will be able to assist with the scope of the works.

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