M2 Colewood Underbridge - Investigation Works

Published: 04 September 2020

 Dear Stakeholder,

M2 Colewood Underbridge - Investigation Works

I am writing to advise that A-one+, on behalf of Highways England will be carrying out survey works to ascertain the current condition of the joints of the Colewood Underbridge on the M2 carriageway.

In order to carry out these works as efficiently and safely as possible, work will be undertaken using overnight lane closures on both the North and South bound M2 beneath the Colewood bridge between 8pm and 6pm. There will also be an overnight closure of the coastbound entry slip to Cobham

Lane closures on main carriageway

Dates and timings

M2 North bound at Colewood underbridge. Overnight Lane Closures

Monday 14 September 2020 and Tuesday 15 September 2020; 8pm to 6am only

M2 South bound at Colewood underbridge with Cobham Slip Road Closure

Wednesday 16 September 2020 – 8pm to 6am only

Clearly signed diversions will be in place utilising local routes, suitable for all types of vehicles when the closure of the A2 Cobham slip road is in place.

M2 Coastbound Cobham Slip Road Closure:

Traffic will exit the M2 at junction 1 to join the northbound A289. Traffic will be directed to join the A226 Gravesend interchange in order to return southbound on the A226 to re-join the M2 in order to continue eastbound.

If you have any questions or if you’d like to know about the work taking place, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Phone: 01732 446800

Post: 10, Kings Hill Avenue,

Kings Hill,

Kent

ME19 4AR

Email: area4enquiries@aone.uk.com

info@highwaysengland.co.uk

Web: www.highwaysengland.co.uk

 

Although these works have been carefully programmed they are subject to change. If you would like to be kept up to date with any changes to the programme please send your email address to area4enquiries@aone.uk.com

Every effort has been made to ensure disruption to nearby residents is kept to a minimum, but there will inevitably be some noise and disruption generated by these works and for that we apologise in advance.

Our road workers frequently work in situations which are both unpleasant and dangerous and we would kindly ask that you treat them with the respect you would wish to be treated with while they are working in your area.  If you do have any issues with the work taking place, our road workers will always try to help you if they can. 


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