Work on this scheme is progressing to improve the ASDA roundabout. From Monday 4 July work will start to remove and reinstate the site compound including removal of cabins and access road, landscaping, fencing and seeding. The current restrictions on the roundabout and approach roads remain in place to ensure the safety for the public and the contractor whilst works take place. As areas are completed we will continue to remove the traffic management when it is safe to do so. In the coming weeks we will complete the linemarking, footway surfacing, traffic signals, signage, pedestrian railings and these require lane closures to remain in place. Until the traffic signals are switched on, the roundabout will continue to operate with give way signs on all approaches and some lanes closures. Week commencing 18 July the roundabout will be fully operational.
For further information, please visit the contractor's website.
The improvements will provide:
The main works started in October 2014 and are planned for completion July 2016. The roundabout will stay open during the works.
Following a successful bid to the Government, the Department for Transport awarded £3.7 million to assist in paying for the scheme. The total cost is about £5.9 million.
Phone:0300 555 1388
Minicom for hearing and speech impaired customers within Hampshire: 0300 555 1390:
Strategic Transport Delivery team
Economy, Transport and Environment Department
Hampshire County Council