Work to resurface 42 miles of road in Cambridgeshire starts next week

PUBLISHED: 09:51 28 May 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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Work to resurface 42 miles of road in Cambridgeshire will start this week.

A £5 million programme of work, which will see 43 sections of road resurfaced, started at the end of May in South Cambridgeshire and will continue in Huntingdonshire, Fenland and East Cambridgeshire throughout June.

The team will be using a new machine called the ‘Etnyre’. The only one of its kind in the country, it is wide enough to surface the entire width of road in one go.

As the work takes place, some roads will be closed from 8am until 6pm. The work is weather dependent as it needs to be dry for the resurfacing material to be applied, so thes dates are subject to change.

Advanced warning signs will be displayed before the work is due to start and diversions will be in place.

Councillor Mathew Shuter, Cambridgeshire County Council’s chairman of the highways and infrastructure committee, said: “The resurfacing work is part of our commitment to maintaining the county’s roads and will ensure smoother journeys and maintain safety.

“We are reliant on the weather for this type of work, which I appreciate makes it difficult for people to plan ahead, but the new machine will make the whole process faster and much more efficient.

“We would like to thank everyone for their patience while the work is carried out.”

Letters will be delivered to residents and businesses directly affected by the work in advance.

Drivers should look out for the advance warning signs and keep up to date with information about the work on Twitter - Cambs_Traffic or CambsCC.

Residents impacted by the work should go to www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/surfacetreatments

The roads that will be resurfaced, along with approximate timings (subject to change), are:

1. A505 Nemarket Road, Fowlmere – traffic will be controlled by stop and go signs on 29 May

2. A505 Newmarket Road, Melbourn - traffic will be controlled by stop and go signs on 29 May

3. A603 Cambridge Road, Wimpole - traffic will be controlled by stop and go signs on 31 May

4. A10 Dunsbridge Turnpike, Shepreth - traffic will be controlled by stop and go signs on 31 May

5. A10 Royston Road, Foxton - traffic will be controlled by stop and go signs on 31 May

6. Haverhill Road, Stapleford – road will be closed on 1 June

7. A10 Melbourn bypass, Melbourn - road will be closed on 2 June

8. A10 Meldreth bypass, Meldreth - road will be closed on 2 June

9. A10 Cambridge Road, Foxton - traffic will be controlled by stop and go signs on 4 June

10. A1307 Linton bypass, Linton - traffic will be controlled by stop and go signs on 5 June

11. Upend Kirtling - road will be closed on 5 June

12. Upend road, Ashley - road will be closed on 5 June

13. Weirs Drove, Burwell - road will be closed on 6 June

14. A10 Cambridge Road, Stretham - traffic will be controlled by stop and go signs on 7 June

15. A10 Littleport bypass, Littleport - traffic will be controlled by stop and go signs on 7 June

16. B1411 Ely Road, Little Downham - road will be closed on 8 June

17. B1411 Church Way, Little Downham - road will be closed on 11 June

18. B1411 Downham Road, Ely - road will be closed on 11 June

19. A142 Witchford Road, Ely - traffic will be controlled by stop and go signs on 11 June

20. A142 Witchford bypass, Witchford - traffic will be controlled by stop and go signs on 12 June

21. A142 Chatteris Road, Mepal - traffic will be controlled by stop and go signs on 13 June

22. A142 Iretons Way, Chatteris - traffic will be controlled by stop and go signs on 13 June

23. A141 High Fen Straight Drove, Warboys - traffic will be controlled by stop and go signs on 14 June

24. B1101 March Road, Friday Bridge - road will be closed on 15 June

25. A1198 Papworth Everard bypass, Papworth Everard - traffic will be controlled by stop and go signs on 15 June

26. A1198 Caxton bypass, Caxton - traffic will be controlled by stop and go signs on 16 June

27. B1040 East Delph, Whittlesey - road will be closed on 20 June

28. B1040 Warboys Road, Bury - road will be closed on 20 June

29. B1040 Airfield Road, Warboys - road will be closed on 21 June

30. B1090 Sawtry Way, Wyton - road will be closed on 21 June

31. B1090 Sawtry Way, Kings Ripton - road will be closed on 22 June

32. B1090 St Ives Road, Abbots Ripton - road will be closed on 22 June

33. B1090 The Green, Abbots Ripton - road will be closed on 22 June

34. C100 Toll Bar Way, Sawtry - road will be closed on 22 June

35. C100 Bill Hall Way, Sawtry - road will be closed on 25 June

36. B660 Glatton Ways, Glatton - road will be closed on 25 June

37. B671 Wansford Road, Elton - road will be closed on 25 June

38. B671 Wansford Road, Elton - road will be closed on 26 June

39. B662 Clopton Road, Old Weston - road will be closed on 26 June

40. B660 Fox Road, Catworth - road will be closed on 26 June

41. C164 Kimbolton Road, Stow Longa - road will be closed on 27 June

42. C164 Stow Road, Kimbolton - road will be closed on 27 June

43. B661 East Perry, Perry – road will be closed on 27 June

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