London Road resurfacing 'to be completed by Thursday'

Bucks Free Press: London Road resurfacing 'to be completed by Thursday' London Road resurfacing 'to be completed by Thursday'

MOTORISTS have been warned of delays as a section of the busy A40 is resurfaced this week.

Transport for Buckinghamshire began ‘plane and patching’ the London Road between Hammersley Lane and Rayners Avenue this morning.

The work will be carried out between 9.30am and 3.30pm, with the resurfacing expected to be finished by Thursday.

Temporary traffic lights will be used during lane closures, TfB said.

Signs were put up along the stretch of road about a month ago warning motorists that the ‘road surface had failed’.

TfB resurfaced large swaths of the A40 last summer but the strip between Hammersley Lane and Rayners Avenue was untouched.

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10:59pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Mr Totterdge Hill says...

I only hope it's not being paid for again, clearly it wasn't done properly first time.
I only hope it's not being paid for again, clearly it wasn't done properly first time. Mr Totterdge Hill
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9:16am Wed 23 Apr 14

Edgar Brooks says...

Mr Totterdge Hill wrote:
I only hope it's not being paid for again, clearly it wasn't done properly first time.
"TfB resurfaced large swaths of the A40 last summer but the strip between Hammersley Lane and Rayners Avenue was untouched."
What part of that can you not understand?
[quote][p][bold]Mr Totterdge Hill[/bold] wrote: I only hope it's not being paid for again, clearly it wasn't done properly first time.[/p][/quote]"TfB resurfaced large swaths of the A40 last summer but the strip between Hammersley Lane and Rayners Avenue was untouched." What part of that can you not understand? Edgar Brooks
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11:59am Wed 23 Apr 14

vannin says...

Not again. We endured endless weeks of that last year. Why on earth was 'this bit' left untouched when all the other sections were done? There was no rhyme or reason for the random-ness of the work. Although it was supposed to be done at night-times, the road was closed from early evening and we were never sure where and when our diversions would have to be made - sometimes right around by Penn, for example, if we lived in **** Lane.
Not again. We endured endless weeks of that last year. Why on earth was 'this bit' left untouched when all the other sections were done? There was no rhyme or reason for the random-ness of the work. Although it was supposed to be done at night-times, the road was closed from early evening and we were never sure where and when our diversions would have to be made - sometimes right around by Penn, for example, if we lived in **** Lane. vannin
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