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Roadworks lifted across Kent in time for bank holiday weekend, says Highways Agency

22 August 2014
by Gareth Arnold

Anyone planning a break this weekend should find the way ahead a bit clearer as roadworks across the county are lifted in time for the bank holiday.

Twenty seven miles of Kent roadworks have been completed or will be removed from today and replaced on Tuesday, August 26.

And for those travelling outside the county, The Highways Agency has promised that nationally, about 164 miles of roadworks will be completed before the weekend, and 110 miles will be suspended until Tuesday.

There should be fewer of these around Kent for the bank holiday weekend. Library picture

There should be fewer of these around Kent for the bank holiday weekend. Library picture

The Kent roadworks that will be replaced after the bank holiday weekend are:

New junction improvement at the A2070 between Sevington and Cloverleaf near Ashford
Bridge joint replacement work at the A282 J1a-31 near Dartford
Electrical work on the M25 J3 near Swanley

Recently completed roadworks include:

A bridge inspection at the A2 between Bean and Cobham near Dartford
Road marking on the M2 near Faversham
Safety fence repair on the M20 J3 to 13 near Maidstone and Folkestone
Resurfacing of the M20 between  J8 and 9 near Ashford

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