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Overnight Closure of Middlesbrough Slip Roads

Published March 10, 2021 By

MIDDLESBROUGH motorists are being advised of overnight road closures at one of the town's major road junctions.

All four of the slip roads at the A172/A174 Stokesley Road Interchange (adjacent to the former Marton Hotel & Country Club) will be closed to traffic between 8pm on Tuesday, March 16 and 6am on Wednesday, March 17.

The temporary road closures will be required to ensure the safety of road users during urgent carriageway resurfacing works on the section of A172 Stokesley Road across the A174 Parkway.

These works will be carried out overnight in order to minimise disruption to the travelling public.

Diversion routes for drivers affected by the slip road closures will be clearly signposted.

Stokesley Road will remain open to traffic throughout, but drivers are advised to exercise caution while the works are underway.

Pedestrian access will be maintained at all times.

 

For information on local help and support, visit www.middlesbrough.gov.uk/helpboro 

For advice for clinically extremely vulnerable residents call Middlesbrough Council's support line on 01642 729777

The latest advice from Government and Public Health England can be found at https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus   

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