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M25 closures 12 to 15 July


The five-mile stretch between Junctions 10 and 11 will close both ways at 9pm on Friday 12 July and will remain shut in both directions until 6am on Monday 15 July.

This will mark the third of five full weekend closures of the M25 to take place, with a further two due later this year on dates that are yet to be announced. 

National Highways and Balfour Beatty Atkins say they are working with emergency services, Gatwick and Heathrow Airports, and Surrey County Council in the run-up to the closure which will allow the installation of a bridge on the western gyratory of the roundabout at Junction 10.

The previous closure in May saw identical work being carried out on the eastern gyratory.

Jonathan Wade, National Highways' Senior Project Manager, said: “The previous two closures have gone well with significant progress being made during both.

“We would urge all drivers to follow the official diversion route as this is the best chance of reaching your destination in good time. Please ignore your satnavs and follow our diversion route instead.”

Diversion routes Junction 10 - Junction 11:

Exit the M25 at junction10 and take the third exit to the north bound A3 to the A245 Painshill Junction, A245 towards Woking, and Byfleet, then at the Six Crossroads Roundabout take the fifth exit to the A320 continuing to M25 junction 11 where the diversion will end.

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Published On: 20/06/2024 14:00:00

 

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