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Pyewipe roundabout improvements enter final stages

12:25 pm, Thursday, 28th January 2021 - 3 years ago

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Following the necessary infrastructure works completed late last year, the final works to install the Variable Message Sign (VMS) at Pyewipe roundabout will be starting next month.

Feeder pillars and the outstanding electrical works will be taking place within the central island across the A180 westbound carriageway for one day on Monday 8 February between 9:30am and 3pm.

To ensure the safety of the contractor during the working hours, the A180 west and eastbound carriageways between Pyewipe roundabout and the Great Coates Interchange will be reduced to one lane.  

The installation of the VMS will take place on Tuesday 16 February between 8pm and 5am.

To ensure the safety of the contractor during the working hours, the A180 west and eastbound carriageways between Pyewipe roundabout and the Great Coates Interchange will again be reduced to one lane.  

Additionally, on the same night, an existing VMS will be removed between Westgate roundabout and Lockhill roundabout. These works will be carried out after the installation of the new VMS and a lane closure will be introduced on the A180 eastbound between Westgate roundabout and Lockhill roundabout.

The works will be managed and overseen by the council’s regeneration partner, ENGIE, with local contractor, McCann Ltd, carrying out the works.

Once complete, the VMS will allow the council and ENGIE to display messages to drivers at the roundabout advising of roadworks, events or congestion on the highway network.

Keep up to date with roadworks taking place across North East Lincolnshire at www.nelincs.gov.uk/roadworks.

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