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More Roadworks Come to A64

More Roadworks Come to A64

Published by Jon Burke at 10:01am 8th December 2019. (Updated at 4:46pm 9th December 2019)

Drivers on the Yorkshire coast are being warned of more diversions on the A64.

Vital road resurfacing around the A64/A169 roundabout near Malton is scheduled to begin on Monday, 9 December.

The work will be carried out overnight to minimise disruption to road users.

This will involve closing the road between 7pm and 5am on week days only.

The work is expected to take two weeks, but is dependent on the weather.

Warning signs will be in place and there will be a signed diversion.

Highways Area Manager, Richard Marr, said:

“The current surface has reached the end of its life. We have had to carry out numerous patching repairs over several years but funding has now been allocated to resurface the whole junction.”

The resurfacing will include a short length of the B1257 as it approaches the junction from Old Malton, and a short length of the A169 towards Pickering.

The roundabout above the A64 will also be resurfaced.  

The slip roads are the responsibility of Highways England.

These roadworks are also still continuing:

A64 Seamer to Crossgates 

The eastbound and westbound carriageway will be fully closed overnight for five nights from Monday 9 December for carriageway improvements. The closures will take place between 8pm and 6am, with clearly signed diversions in place.

A64 Pickering

The eastbound and westbound exit and entry slip roads will be closed overnight for five nights from Monday 9 December for local authority work. The closure will take place between 8pm and 6am, and drivers can use clearly signed diversion routes.

A64 Malton to Staxton 

The eastbound and westbound carriageway will be in narrow lanes until later this month, for junction improvement work.

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