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M25 J10 : Upcoming Closures : Weeks Commencing Monday 27 May and Monday 3 June

Posted in General News on Tuesday, May 28th, 2024

Please consider these closures when planning your journey.

Our overnight closures usually start from 10pm and finish by 5.30am Monday to Thursday and from 11pm Friday to finish by 6am on Saturday.  Please note that these can change depending on the volume of traffic and when we can close the road safely.

Week commencing Monday 27 May

There are no closures planned this week.

  Week commencing Monday 3 June

Between 9pm on Saturday 8 June and 9am Sunday 9 June there will be a full closure of the westbound carriageway of the M25 between Junction 9 and 10 that will also include Cobham Services. The closure is for the installation of a bridge deck over the eastbound gyratory.

The eastbound carriageway which will also be closed on the M25 at J10 during this time with a diversion via the exit slip, roundabout, and entry slip road where road users will be able to rejoin the M25.

Our diversion routes are designed to suit all vehicle types. We advise you not to use a Satnav when following any of our diversions because there is a risk it could direct you down an unsuitable road or back onto the network when it is closed.

Roadworks on the A245 Continue

To ease the congestion around our works on the A245, the A3 northbound off slip at Painshill will remain closed. This is to improve the eastbound traffic flow along the A245.  To ease the traffic flow in the area we have also made changes to the sequencing of the traffic signals on all sides of the Painshill roundabout to favour the flow eastbound on the A245.

These closures coincide with other ongoing improvements on the network including the installation of additional emergency areas on the M25 J23-27, M25 J5-7, M4 J10-12, M3 J2-4a and M20 J3-5. More information about these works can be found here.

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We will do all we can to keep disruption to a minimum, but there may be delays at peak times, so we encourage you to plan your journey.

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