Part of the A249 is scheduled to close just a week after the Stockbury roundabout reopened.
Resurfacing works mean the A249 Sheppey-bound carriageway will be shut between the roundabout and Key Street from 8pm on Friday, November 24, until 5am on Monday, November 27.
Anyone leaving the M2 coastbound at junction 5 will have to join the Stockbury roundabout.
There will be temporary traffic lights at peak times for traffic leaving the M2 coastbound to help keep traffic flowing.
As a result of the closure, National Highways will be temporarily making Oad Street, between the A249 and Maidstone Road, one-way.
A spokesman for the organisation said: “Traffic travelling towards Sheppey will need to follow the diversion route via the Stockbury Roundabout, A249 southbound, Oad Street, Maidstone Road, Key Street and Sheppey Way.
“This means traffic will be unable to travel south on Oad Street from Maidstone Road towards the A249, please use the diversion route to access Oad Street from the southbound A249.”
The closure comes after the closure of the Stockbury roundabout last weekend.
It reopened this morning after shutting on Friday for realignment works.
And there are more closures to come as work progresses on the construction of a flyover on the A249.
On Wednesday, December 6, there will be an overnight closure of the Maidstone-bound carriageway.
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The carriageway will be shut between the Bobbing and Stockbury roundabouts from 8pm until 5am on Thursday, December 7 for emergency repairs.
A diversion will be in place from the Bobbing Roundabout via the Sheppey Way, Key Street Roundabout, Maidstone Road and Oad Street to rejoin the A249.
If you’re travelling from the Sheppey and Sittingbourne direction and want to join the M2 you should follow the diversion route above, then continue on the A249 southbound to M20 junction 7, where you can join the A249 northbound and return to Stockbury Roundabout.
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