THURSDAY 19TH OF JANUARY 2017 04:22:19 AM
A20 Junction Improvement Works:
Work by the Port of Dover to improve journeys on the A20 continues this week. Phased works continue at the York Street and Union Street junctions.
Scheduled night working is taking place between 21:00 – 05:00 each night on Monday 16th – Wednesday 18th January inclusive for London bound traffic along a section of the A20 after the Woolcomber junction. A clearly signed diversion route will direct the westbound freight traffic travelling up Jubilee Way via the A2. Tourist and local traffic travelling westbound (and freight vehicles destined for Motis Freight Clearance) will be diverted via Wellesley Road, Marine Parade/Waterloo Crescent and Union Street. For traffic travelling eastbound there will be a minor diversion via York Street and the Folkestone Road roundabout to return to the A20.
Outside these hours lane closures will continue to be in place in both directions between the Limekiln and Woolcomber junctions. There will be no right turn facility along this section of the A20 for both eastbound and westbound traffic. Clearly signed diversions will be in place to direct traffic through the works.
Please download the Jackson A20 Improvment Scheme brochure
Port of Dover TRAVEL
4 hours ago
#TrafficandWeather at #PortofDover sea conditions in the Channel are slight with a moderate East Nor Easterly breeze force 4,good visibility
22 hours ago
#TrafficandWeather at #PortofDover sea conditions in the Channel are slight with a gentle Easterly breeze force 3 and good visibility.
1 day ago
Drivers using the #A20 are reminded that the road layout has changed #SafetyisimPORTant https://t.co/7mMUTHNtP4
1 day ago
#TrafficandWeather at #PortofDover sea conditions in the Channel are slight with a gentle Easterly breeze force 3 and good visibility
|Operator name||Telephone number|
Freight: +44 (0) 1304 874 001
Tourist: +44 (0) 871 230 0440
|P&O Ferries||Freight: +44 (0) 1304 863 340
Tourist: +44 (0) 8716 64 64 64
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