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A1 (Roadworks)

Volume 115: debated on Tuesday 5 May 1987

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asked the Secretary of State for Transport how many separate roadworks there are on the A1(M) from 15 miles south of Wetherby to Darlington and from the junction of the A19 with the A1 near Thirsk to five miles north of Middlesbrough; in each case, what is the area of road with less than full two-lanes either way unrestricted traffic; when each set of works began; what is the likely cost of each; when each was due under contract to be completed; and when each is likely to be completed.

With roadworks, the position changes daily. The position on 30 April 1987 was as follows:

Schemes

Length of lane closure

Start date

Cost

Contract completion date

Bramham Crossroads carriageway repairs50 yards of lane closure in each direction30 April 1987 for 1 day£1,000
Brotherton carriageway reconstruction1¼ miles contraflow north bound carriageway closedNovember 1986£1·1 millionJune 1987

A19 from A168/A1 junction to 5 miles north of Middlesbrough

Swale Bridge repairs to bridge½ mile contraflowFebruary 1987£0·134 millionMay 1987
Thirsk Bypass to Richmond Farm1½ miles nearside lane30 April 1978 for 1 day
Routine inspectionclosure in both carriageways

It is not possible to forecast precise completion dates. Some of these schemes are likely to be completed in advance of the contract date.