M4 lane closures from today

by admin on July 13th, 2018

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Temporary lane closures will be in place on the M4 Motorway at Claremont Meadows from today (Monday, July 25) as night work progresses on the Werrington Arterial Road upgrade.
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A Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) statement said the closures would be in placenear Kent Road bridge between today and Friday, July 29 from 9pm to 4.30am, after wet weather caused some work to be postponed.

While this work is under way the motorway will be temporarily reduced to two lanes in each direction for around 600m near the Kent Road bridge.

Electronic signs will be in place along the M4 Motorway to advise motorists of the changed traffic conditions, the statement said.

The Australian and NSW Governments are funding a $70 million project to build a new link between the M4 Motorway and Great Western Highway as part of the $3.6 billion Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan to improve key arterial roads in western Sydney and reduce travel times.

As part of the upgrade, new work to relocate utilities will be carried out on the new eastbound entry ramp at Kent Road onto the M4 Motorway. Work is also continuing to install safety screens for a new shared pedestrian and cyclist bridge across the M4 Motorway.

Motorists are also reminded the intersection at Gipps Street (old) and the Great Western Highway will be permanently closed from today, weather permitting, to allow work to progress on a new left hand turn lane on the Great Western Highway.

Access to Gipps Street (old) will be maintained via Reserve Road and Putland Street and signage will be in place along the Great Western Highway to advise motorists of the changed traffic conditions.

Work on Werrington Arterial Road continues to be carried out during standard work hours on weekdays from 7am to 6pm and on Saturdays from 8am to 1pm, weather permitting.

To ensure the safety of workers, road users are advised to allow extra travel time, follow the direction of traffic controllers and keep to the reduced speed limits where in place.

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