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Views sought on Bingham Road junction in Radcliffe as the A52 is set for improvement work




Motorists, businesses and residents are invited to find out how work is progressing to upgrade the Bingham Road junction in Radcliffe on the A52.

Work is currently taking place at the location with more planned for Silverdale, Stragglethorpe and Gamston in the coming months.

Improvements to Nottingham Road and Cropwell Road junctions are complete.

A52 Nottingham junctions map. Work is taking place to upgrade Bingham Road junction as part of an upgrade to the A52 in Nottingham. (51227277)
A52 Nottingham junctions map. Work is taking place to upgrade Bingham Road junction as part of an upgrade to the A52 in Nottingham. (51227277)

As the work continues, the A52 project team will be hosting a virtual event to explain the plans for the forthcoming works.

Those joining online will have an opportunity to ask questions as well as hear about the benefits the improvements will bring to the Nottingham area.

It is on Wednesday at 5pm.

Those wanting to attend should make contact by tomorrow when log-in details will be provided.

To do so, email A52Nottinghamjunctions@highwaysengland.co.uk or call 0300 123 5000.

Kanishka Varoon, project manager for National Highways, said: “The scheme is incredibly important for Nottingham because it will alleviate congestion along the A52.

“The A52 is an important east-west link across the East Midlands and this route regularly experiences congestion due to capacity issues at key junctions, resulting in significant queuing and delays for motorists.

“Once complete, this scheme will improve journeys, help address existing delays and support planned new development along the A52 and around Nottinghamshire.

“While we’re doing everything we can to keep people informed of progress, I’m sure local residents will have questions around the latest plans and traffic management, so we encourage everyone to join in or get in touch with us to find out more.”

The scheme is part of the first Roads Investment Strategy programme.

Once complete, it will improve safety with changes to the junction layouts to reduce congestion and help manage the flow of traffic. It will also support economic growth.

More information can be found here.



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