Travel update as A13 roadworks continue on schedule

FOLLOWING the recent announcement regarding the works taking place on the A13/A1014 Manorway, J. Murphy & Sons Limited has issued the following travel update as scheduled resurfacing works continue to plan.

The diversions will affect users of the A1014 Manorway and the A13/A1014 junction:

The Southend-bound on slip will be diverted from 5am on Wednesday 4 September for 24 hours. Motorists will be directed to the next junction at Orsett Cock Roundabout and return to the A13 /A1014 junction via the Southend-bound carriageway of the A13.

The London-bound off slip will be diverted from 5am on Monday 9 September until 5am on Tuesday 10 September. Motorists will be directed to the next junction at Orsett Cock Roundabout and return to the A13 /A1014 junction via the Southend-bound carriageway of the A13.

The A1014 Manorway will be subject to an overnight diversion on Saturday 7 September from 17:00 until 04:00 on Sunday 8 September. Motorists wishing to travel along the westbound carriageway will be directed via the London-bound A13 carriageway to the Orsett Cock roundabout. Motorists will then be diverted via the Stanford Road onto the London Road to Stanford-le-Hope. Continuing onto Church Hill Road and then Corringham Road, motorists will rejoin the A1014 Manorway at the following roundabout.

An overnight diversion of the westbound carriage of the A1014 Manorway will follow on Sunday 8 September from 17:00 until 04:00 on Monday 9 September. Motorists will be directed via the Corringham Road into Stanford-le-Hope. Continuing onto Church Hill Road and then the London Road, drivers will follow the Stanford Road before rejoining the Southend-bound A13 carriageway at the Orsett Cock roundabout.

The A1013 Stanford Le Hope will be subject to diversion from 05:00 on Tuesday 10 September until 05:00 on Wednesday 11 September. Motorists will be directed down the London-bound A13 carriageway to the Orsett Cock roundabout before returning via the Southend-bound carriageway.

The London-bound on slip will be diverted from 05:00 on Wednesday 11 September until 05:00 on Thursday 12 September. Motorists will be directed to the next junction at Five Bells and return to the A13 /A1014 junction via the London-bound carriageway of the A13.

The diversion routes have been approved by the Highways Authority as a safe alternative route and will be clearly signposted.

The works are being undertaken to increase the capacity of the A13/A1014 junction by widening it from the current two lanes to three lanes.

Road users are reminded to subscribe to the email alerts system on www.a13roadworks.co.uk, which will provide advanced warning of changes to traffic management, allowing them to better plan their journey. Diversion routes will be signposted and kept to a minimum. Road users should plan their journey and allow extra time whilst the restrictions are in place.

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