Overnight surfacing on A90 near Boddam in Aberdeenshire begins Sunday 28th May
New Start Date And Work Arrangements
Issued: 25 May 2023
Please be advised that this scheme will now start on Monday 29th May.
Work will take place as follows:
Monday 29th May to Thursday 1st June
Night-time convoy working between 7.30pm and 6.30am.
There will also be day-time convoy working on Tuesday 30th May and daytime Temporary Traffic Lights in place on Wednesday 31st May to facilitate the cooling of deeper sections of treatment.
Traffic management will be removed by 6.30am on Friday 2nd June with no works taking place on Saturday 3rd June.
Sunday 4th June to Friday 9th June
Night-time convoy working between 7.30pm and 6.30am. Traffic management will be removed by 6.30am on Saturday 10th June.
OVERNIGHT SURFACING IMPROVEMENTS ON A90 NEAR BODDAM IN ABERDEENSHIRE BEGIN SUNDAY 28th MAY
Amey is carrying out overnight road surfacing improvements to a section of the A90 near Boddam in Aberdeenshire from Sunday 28th May to Saturday 10th June.
The £317,000 project will address defects on 682 metres of the A90 carriageway between the layby south of Boddam and Sandford Garage.
The resurfacing, which Amey is carrying out on behalf of Transport Scotland, will benefit more than 6400 vehicles who use this route to the south of Peterhead each day, creating a smoother ride for motorists and reducing the need for ongoing maintenance.
To ensure the safety of roadworkers and motorists the essential maintenance will be carried out using a night-time convoy between 7.30pm and 6.30am each night.
There will additionally be convoy working in operation during the day between 6am and 6pm on Monday 29th May.
There will also be daytime lane closures using Temporary Traffic Lights (TTLs) to facilitate the cooling of deeper sections of treatment.
Traffic management is scheduled to be removed by 6.30am on Saturday 10th June.
Access to and from Station Road will be restricted at times during the works, with local diversions in place via Rocksley Drive.
There will also be restricted access at times to the Sandfordhill Junction, with local diversions via Newton Junction.
Please note, all schemes are weather dependent and may be cancelled or rescheduled if weather conditions are not favourable.
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