Roads in Ely, Littleport, Little Thetford and Witcham Toll to be resurfaced - work starts next week

PUBLISHED: 11:08 17 September 2018

The new ‘Etnyre’ machine touring the county and resurfacing Cambridgeshire roads.It is the only one of its kind in the country, it is wide enough to surface the entire width of road in one go.

The new ‘Etnyre’ machine touring the county and resurfacing Cambridgeshire roads.It is the only one of its kind in the country, it is wide enough to surface the entire width of road in one go.

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Roads in Ely, Littleport, Little Thetford and Witcham Toll are being resurfaced as part of a countywide programme of work, starting next week.

The work aims to improve the condition of roads across the county, which are suffering from surface deterioration.

Work will involve resurfacing full widths of road, with all road markings being renewed once the new surface has been laid. Most of the schemes will require a full or overnight road closure.

The work is expected to last until early 2019 and areas included:

• Mill Road Great Gidding

• C89 Hod Fen Drove

• B1086 Somersham

• B1050 London/ Chatteris Road

• A10 Lynn Road, Littleport

• A10 Littleport Bypass

• A142 Witcham Toll

• A10 Little Thetford

• Lynn Road, Ely

• A1307 Haverhill Road

• Walnut Tree Avenue, Cambridge

• A603 Barton Roundabout and J12 exit on M11

• A1307 Horseheath Bypass

• Fen Road, Milton

• A1307 Cambridge Road (Westbound)

• Cambridge Road, Milton

• A1303 Madingley Road

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