Wokingham Loddon Viaduct works rescheduled


Improvement works on the A329M Loddon Viaduct have now been rescheduled to take place during the school holidays next summer, and not early next year as originally planned.

Following the problems faced by motorists and impact on the surrounding highways network and residents during the preparatory works last month, Wokingham Borough Council has rethought the schedule for this major project.

The school summer holiday has been chosen because roads are quieter. It will also give the borough council additional time to review and fine tune traffic management to minimise disruption as much as possible while the work is being carried out.

This £1.6million scheme is very complex and unavoidable. Work will replace the bridge’s noisy joints, install new permanent concrete safety barriers, improve drainage and signs, and give the dual carriageway a low noise road surface.

November 18, 2013 |

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