M4 MOTORWAY JUNCTION 5 TO JUNCTION 15 TEMPORARY TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONSNotice ID: MF0210848
M4 MOTORWAY JUNCTION 5 TO JUNCTION 15
TEMPORARY TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS
Notice is hereby given that Highways England Company Limited intends to make an Order on the M4 Motorway in the Unitary Authorities of Slough, Windsor & Maidenhead, Bracknell Forest, Wokingham, Reading, West Berkshire, Wiltshire, and Swindon, and the County of Buckinghamshire, under Section 14(1)(a) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 because works are proposed to be executed on the road. The effect of the Order would be to authorise the phased overnight closure of:-
(a) the slip roads leading to and from both carriageways of the M4 at and between Junction 5 and 15; and
(b) sections of the circulatory roundabout at M4 Junction 8/9 between-
(i) the exit and entry points of the A308(M), and
(ii) the eastbound slip roads leading to and from the M4.
These measures would be in the interests of road safety while contractors undertake carriageway repairs, road markings and all associated works. It is expected that the work would last for approximately 13 weeks starting on or after Monday 8th May 2017. The overnight closures would take place between 20:00 and 06:00 (maximum period).
The Order would come into force on 6 May 2017 and have a maximum duration of eighteen months. During closures above, traffic affected would be diverted via other junctions of the M4, or by using the A404(M) or A308(M). They would vary depending on the closure in place. The temporary mandatory slip road and roundabout closures and diversion routes would be clearly indicated by traffic signs when they are in operation during the works periods.
M Taylor, an Official of Highways England Co Ltd. Ref: HE/SE/2017/M4/62 Highways England Company Limited, (Company No. 9346363). Registered Office: Bridge House, Walnut Tree Close, Guildford, Surrey, GU1 4LZ. A company registered in England and Wales.
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