KD X News Update

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A message from the King’s Dyke project team:

The earthworks (left picture) are ongoing on the eastern side of the railway, with additional material being imported over the next couple of weeks to complete this phase of activity.

One of two concrete abutments (centre picture) have now been poured for the railway bridge with the second due to be poured next week.
The partial filling of Star Pit is also nearly completed (right picture).

From 26 April, two-way traffic lights will be installed on the A605 to move a gas main underneath where the new road will align back onto the existing road.
They will be in place for a duration of four to five weeks and will be manually controlled by those on site during peak traffic hours to monitor the traffic flow.

As part of the planning stage for these works, Jones Bros and Cambridgeshire County Council have been co-ordinating with Peterborough City Council who are working at Pondersbridge at the same time to ensure that disruption along the A605 and local road network is minimised as much as practicable.
These works are unavoidable and have also been co-ordinated with the temporary traffic lights on the B1040. There will be signed diversion routes and we will carefully monitor traffic levels throughout.

We would like to thank you for your patience while these co-ordinated works take place as swiftly as possible.

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