Major improvements on the M25 have moved onto the next stage.
New gantries and signs will be installed and the road layout during the roadworks will be modified as the scheme to increase vital capacity between Junction 5 and Junction 6/7 progresses.
The work is being carried out in a series of overnight closures.
John Payne, the Highways Agency Project Manager has said, "As we move on and work on different sections of the project, we need to alter the road layout as we go.
"To minimise the disruption to road users, we have planned the closures to take place over night, when traffic flows are lowest.
The anti-clockwise M25 carriageway is due to be closed, weather permitting, overnight between 10pm and 6am, between junctions 6 and 5 on:
- Saturday 21st September
- Saturday 28th September
- Saturday 5th October
- Saturday 16th November
- Saturday 23rd November
- Saturday 30th November
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