A1307 resurfacing work scheduled to start Sept 17th for 7 days

Work will be carried out overnight between 8pm – 6am

Allington Terrace to County boundary at Spring Grove Farm

 

Time works on site – 2000 – 0600. Duration – 7 days. Dates – 17/09/18 – 25/09/18.

Issues – The surface course has reached the end of its serviceable life and needs replacing, there is also horizontal reflective cracking along the length of the scheme.

Scheme brief – Resurfacing work will be from the county boundary with Suffolk, westbound for approximately 1.7km. This will also take in the junction heading off towards Withersfield. The work will be full width plane and inlay to a depth of 75mm. This will allow us to lay a 25mm thick Stress Absorbing Membrane Interlayer (SAMI) which will be flexible enough to nullify any movement in the lower pavement layers, (currently seen on the surface as reflective cracks every 10 – 15 metres). On top of this we will laying a highly durable, long lasting 50mm thick layer of our own Cambridgeshire Asphalt Surface Course, (CASC). By creating our own specific material we are able to reduce overall costs and provide consistency across the county. In addition to the road upgrades, as part of the scheme, we will also be undertaking gully emptying, verge maintenance and ironwork repairs. Vehicles wishing to travel either east or west along the A1307 will still be able to get through, under escort.

 

Map –

https://ccc-live.storage.googleapis.com/upload/www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/residents/travel-roads-and-parking/A9_03_A1307%20Haverhill%20Road_Closure.pdf?inline=true

 

 

A1307 resurfacing work scheduled to start on 26th Sept for 5 days

Work will be carried out overnight between 8pm – 6am

From Linton Rd junction to Haverhill Rd junction

 

Time works on site – 2000 – 0600. Duration – 5 days. Dates – 26/09/18 – 02/10/18.

Issues – Surface course deterioration and horizontal reflective cracking along the length of the scheme every 10 – 15m.

Scheme brief – This work will take place within the boundaries of the Horseheath bypass and will see approximately 1.4km of carriageway resurfaced. The work will be full width plane and inlay to a depth of 75mm. This will allow us to lay a 25mm thick Stress Absorbing Membrane Interlayer (SAMI) which will be flexible enough to nullify any movement in the lower pavement layers, (currently seen on the surface as reflective cracks every 10 – 15 metres. On top of this we will laying a highly durable, long lasting 50mm thick layer of our own Cambridgeshire Asphalt Surface Course, (CASC). By creating our own specific material we are able to reduce overall costs and provide consistency across the county. In addition to the road upgrades, as part of the scheme, we will also be undertaking gully emptying, verge maintenance and ironwork repair. Vehicles wishing to travel either east or west along the A1307 will still be able to get through, under escort.

 

Map –

https://ccc-live.storage.googleapis.com/upload/www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/residents/travel-roads-and-parking/A9_05_A1307%20Horseheath%20Bypass_Closure.pdf?inline=true