Roadworks

Advance Notice of Roadworks

Closure of the A442 from Wrekin District Council Boundary to Radmoor Crossroads

These works planned by Shropshire Council are now in a state of advanced planning, meaning that they are expected to start in the next 3 months. The information on these works is still not set in stone and is liable to change before commencing. At present there is no information available on diversion routes or exact timings of closures.

The dates for the works are currently given as 14 – 28 March 2022

Volunteers sought to share views about Shropshire’s highways service

Shropshire residents are being asked to help with work to improve Shropshire’s roads, by volunteering to take part in some research.

Shropshire Council and its contractors are working hard to improve the county’s highways and make them safer for all road users. As part of this work volunteers are being sought to suggest and talk about changes they would like to see made to the council’s highways service, and the ways the county’s roads and pavements are maintained.

Anyone interested in taking part, or finding out more, is asked to register their name and contact details here.

A53 Roadworks 30 June 2021

Between Hopton Church Junction and the Espley Roundabout, by Airband Community Internet.

There will be two-way signals and delays are possible.

A49 Closure 17-18 June 2021

The A49 will be closed from 09.30 on 17th June to 16.00 on 18th June between Grinshill junction and Lee Brockhurst junction for the urgent repair of carriageway defects.

There is the usual A41/A53 proposed diversion route.

Do take care.

More Roadworks …

A41 11th June from Sweet Appletree Crossroads to the Ternhill roundabout. There will be two-way traffic signals and delays are possible.

A442 11th-15th June from the Wrekin District Council boundary to Radmoor Crossroads. There will be two-way signals and delays are possible.

A41 Roadworks 4-8 June 2021

There will be roadworks on the A41 between Sweet Appletree Crossroads and the Ternhill Roundabout.

Multi-way traffic signals mean delays are inevitable.