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Medway Tunnel & Road Closures re Medway City Estate Infrastructure Project

News from Medway Council re Medway Tunnel and road closures in January 2022:
To continue the delivery of the Medway Estate project in line with the agreed programme, the contractor requires the closure of the Medway Tunnel and some nearby roads.

Monday 10 January 2022 8pm to 5am Tuesday 11 January 2022

  • Southbound Berwick Way: closed
  • Eastbound Medway Tunnel: closed.

Tuesday 11 January 2022 8pm to 5am Wednesday 11 January 2022

  • Westbound Medway Tunnel: closed
  • Southbound Anthony’s Way: closed.

Wednesday 12 January 2022 8pm to 5am Thursday 13 January 2022

  • Westbound Medway Tunnel: closed
  • Northbound Berwick Way: closed.

Thursday 13 January 2022 8pm to 5am Friday 14 January 2022

  • Maritime Way: closed
  • Northbound Anthony’s Way: closed.

Friday 14 January 2022 8pm to 5am Saturday 15 January 2022.

  • Single lane open only in each direction on both North and Southbound, Berwick Way.

Monday 17 January 2022 8pm to 5am Tuesday 18 January 2022.

  • Single lane open only in each direction on North and Southbound, Berwick Way and Anthony’s Way.

Tuesday 18 January 2022 8pm to 5am Wednesday 19 January 2022.

  • Southbound Anthony’s Way – closed.

The Contractor will be working through these nights to carry out works which cannot be accessed during the daytime without causing further disruption and delays.

Signed diversions will be in place to guide drivers.

Daytime works will continue during this period, with the lane closure remaining through the Medway Tunnel during daytime hours as is the case, currently.

You can request a plan of the proposed improvements and further information on the traffic management required for the works by emailing .

The construction team will be doing everything possible to reduce the impact on journeys, while also ensuring the safety of all road users and those working on the scheme.

Medway Council thanks all drivers and road users for their continued patience and understanding whilst these works are being carried out.

 

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