ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 -SECTION 14(1)(a) THE M5 MOTORWAY (JUNCTION 29) (TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC) ORDER 2017Notice ID: MF0196581
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 -SECTION 14(1)(a)
THE M5 MOTORWAY (JUNCTION 29) (TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC) ORDER 2017
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Highways England Company Limited (a) intends to make an Order on the M5 Motorway in the County of Devon to allow testing and repair of lighting columns, survey works and surfacing repairs to be carried out in safety.
The works are expected to take place over four nights (8.00pm -6.00am), commencing on or after 13 February 2017. The effect of the Order would be to close the M5 Junction 29 southbound and northbound entry and exit slip roads. During the southbound exit slip road closure traffic would be diverted via Junction 30 and the northbound exit slip road at Junction 29. During the southbound entry slip road closure traffic would be diverted via the northbound entry slip road and Junction 28. During the northbound exit slip road closure traffic would be diverted via Junction 28 and the southbound exit slip road at Junction 29. During the northbound entry slip road closure traffic would be diverted via the A30 eastbound. the B3184 junction, the A30 westbound, the southbound entry slip road at Junction 29 and Junction 30.
The closures (which would not apply to emergency service, traffic officer or works vehicles) would be clearly indicated by traffic signs throughout the works period and would only apply when traffic management measures are in place.
The Order would come into force on
11 February 2017 and have a maximum duration
of 18 months.
Paul Edwards, Highways England Company Limited.
(a) Registered in England and Wales under company no 9346363. Registered office Bridge House, Walnut Tree Close, Guildford, Surrey, GU1 4LZ.
General Enquiries relating to this notice may be made in writing to the Project Sponsor, Dave Frampton, at Highways England, Temple Quay House, 2 The Square, Temple Quay, Bristol BS1 6HA, by telephoning 0300 470 4165 or by email to email@example.com.