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Overnight closures required for safety barrier replacement on Bridge Road Exeter

Bridge Road (Credit – Skyflicks)

Posted on: 22 August 2019

A series of overnight closures will start on the A379 Bridge Road, Exeter next week to allow essential safety barrier replacement work to take place.

The road will be closed in both directions from 7pm, reopening no later than 7am the following morning from Tuesday 27th to Friday 30th August, Monday 9th to Friday 13th September and on Wednesday 18th and Thursday 19th September.

Other general maintenance work has also been coordinated to be carried out during the closures to avoid further disruption.

During the closure the recommended diversion route using roads of equal category will be signed via Topsham Road, Alphington Road, Marsh Barton and the A379.

Details of changes to Stagecoach bus services will be available at on the Stagecoach website.

Access for pedestrians and cyclists will be available, but they are advised to use the footway/cycleway to take care to avoid construction vehicles.

Where the only access to residences and businesses is through the road closure vehicles will be allowed access although they may be asked to wait a short time until it is safe to pass. Access will always be maintained for emergency vehicles.

For more information please visit the Devon County Council website.

6 comments on “Overnight closures required for safety barrier replacement on Bridge Road Exeter

  1. Babs says:

    Hello. Can you confirm that Bridge Road will not be closed tonight (4 September) from 7pm? Thank you.

  2. Lucy de Garis says:

    Please can you confirm whether Bridge Road will be closed on the evening of Thursday 19th September from 7pm?

  3. Mark Weatherhead says:

    29th August 2019 is due to be a Thursday so do you mean Friday 30th August or Friday 29th NOVEMBER?

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