Road Closures

Major improvement work to ease access to Swindon and North Wiltshire, reduce congestion at junction 16 and reduce queuing on the M4, which we are carrying out on behalf of Swindon Borough Council, is progressing well.  As part of the project we will be widening Hay Lane and require a night-time closure to safely carry out the following work:

  • Removal of part of the existing carriageway to tie the new construction into the existing
    asphalt;
  • Installation of new drainage, including new gullies.

When?
The road closure will be in place for one night on Saturday, 16th September between 20:00 hrs and 06:00 hrs.

How will this affect you?
The road closure will be from Spittleborough Roundabout to the junction with Wharf Road. Access to properties will be maintained and will be from the Wharf Road end of the closure. 

Diversions:
The signed diversion routes will be as detailed below. High sided vehicles are required to take an alternative route to avoid the low bridge on the A3102.

Diversion route for light vehicles:

Additional overnight closures will be needed to carry out surfacing at Hay Lane and the M4 eastbound exit slip road.  These are currently expected to take place during the weeks commencing 25th September and 2nd October, and, once these dates are confirmed, advance warning signs will be in place to advise you of specific dates.

We recognise that the nature of construction work can often be disruptive and that some disturbance is unavoidable, but trust you will appreciate the benefits of the works once complete. Where possible we encourage you to check before you travel and allow a little extra time for your journeys.  If you would like to find out more about the project, or receive the latest news relating to the works at Junction 16, please visit www.swindon.gov.uk/junction16.

 Contact?
If you have any queries about the road works you can contact Kelly Shear, our Stakeholder Manager at kelly.shear@hochtief.co.uk or on 07976 180915.  In addition to this, our site is registered with the Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS). CCS aims to improve the image of construction by committing sites to; care about its appearance, respect the community, protect the environment, secure everyone’s safety and value the workforce.  To contact the CCS about our site you can email complaints@ccscheme.org.uk, or call 0800 783 1423.

Yours faithfully,
For and on behalf of HOCHTIEF (UK) Construction
Kevin Rowell
Project Director

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