Resurfacing works 2019

Work to resurface and make improvements to locations in Cambridgeshire will be starting in August 2019.

Cambridgeshire County Council's programme of works aims to improve the condition of roads across the county that are suffering from surface deterioration.

The work will involve major road reconstruction, which will include making deep repairs down to the foundation layers.

Due to the extensive nature of repairs, four of the schemes will be completed under 24/7 road closures. The majority of work on-site will be carried out during the day, between 7.30am and 6.30pm , to ensure noise and disruption is kept to a minimum. All work will take place Monday to Friday only. 

Access to properties will be maintained at all times, however there may be a slight delay as any machinery or equipment is moved out of the way.

As with all our resurfacing work, the timings and dates for schemes like this are weather dependent and can change at short notice.

For updates on the projects, you can follow us on Twitter @CambsCC and @Cambs_Traffic or visit our Facebook page @CambridgeshireCC.

B1040 Ramsey Road, Whittlesey

Work start date: 12 August 2019
Duration: Four weeks - Works complete
Location of work:
From level crossing towards Pondersbridge
Traffic management: 24/7 road closure
Diversion route: Yes

EHA-B1040RR-Overview
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A1101 Mildenhall Road, Littleport

Work start date: 19 August 2019
Duration: Six weeks - Works complete
Location of work: From junction with B1382 to junction with A10
Traffic management: 24/7 road closure
Diversion route: Yes

A1101 Mildenhall Road, Littleport
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EHA-A1101-Overview
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A1303 Newmarket Road, Cambridge

Work start date: 27 August 2019
Times: Between 8pm and 6am and then between 9.30am and 3.30pm.
Duration: Two weeks - Works complete
Location of work:
 Between A14 and A1134 RABs
Traffic management: Convoy - where a highways vehicle will escort traffic at a certain speed past the roadworks.

EHA-A1303-Overview 4MB
Size: 3.86MBFile format: pdf

B1040 Herne Road, Ramsey

Work start date: 9 September 2019 
Duration: Four weeks

Location of work:
 From de-restricted limit at Ramsey St Mary towards Pondersbridge
Traffic management: 24/7 road closure
Diversion route: Yes

B1040 Herne Road, Ramsey
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EHA-B1040HR-Overview
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B1095 Milk Water Drove

Work start date: 14 October 2019
Duration: Five weeks. Works completed
Location of work: Three sections along route 
Traffic management: 24/7 road closure
Diversion route: Yes - please see Diversion Route 1 map below, which will be the main diversion route for these works, except during 27-28 October and 3-4 November, when Diversion Route 2 will be in place.

B1095 Milk & Water Drove, Farcet via Whittlesey
The main diversion route for the works on B1095 Milk Water Drove. This diversion will not be in place during 27-28 October and 3-4 November when Diversion Route 2 (below) will be in place.
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B1095 Milk & Water Drove, Farcett
This diversion only applies for 27-28 October and 3-4 November 2019, when Network Rail will be undertaking overnight work at the Kings Dyke A605 level crossing.
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EHA-B1095-Overview
Size: 1.61MBFile format: pdf

Beach Road, Cottenham

Work start date: 21 October 2019
Duration: Four days, between 7.30am and 6.30pm
Traffic management: Signed diversion route will be in place
Diversion route: Yes - see plan below

Beach Road is receiving a surfacing overlay between Racecourse View, Cottenham and Cottenham Road, Landbeach. This is due to the deterioration of the road in the hot weather during late July 2019. Work was carried out at the time to make sure the road was able to stay open and remain safe to use.