M25 overnight road closures near Potters Bar

PUBLISHED: 12:38 07 September 2014 | UPDATED: 12:38 07 September 2014

Traffic on the M25

Traffic on the M25

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Drivers are being warned of overnight road closures on the M25 near Potters Bar next week.

Traffic on the M25Traffic on the M25

The Highways Agency is planning major improvements on the motorway between Junctions 25 to 27, Hertfordshire to Essex.

Narrow lanes and a 50mph speed limit will be in place on both carriageways between Junctions 25 (Enfield) and 27, with a free recovery service operating 24-hours a day.

There will be additional lane and slip road closures required.

The clockwise exit and entry slip roads at Junction 26 (Waltham Abbey) will be closed overnight, between 10pm and 5.30am, on Wednesday, September 10.

Clearly signed diversions will be in place via Junction 28 for the exit slip road and via Junction 25 for the entry slip road.

The clockwise exit and entry slip roads at Junction 26 will also be closed overnight, between 11pm and 6am, on Friday, September 12.

Diversions will again be in place via Junction 28 for the exit slip road and via Junction 25 for the entry slip road.

The clockwise carriageway will be closed between the slip roads at Junction 27 overnight, between 10pm and 5.30am, on Thursday, September 11.

A clearly signed diversion will be in place via the M11 Junction 7.

There will also be lining renewal work on the M25 at Junction 22 for St Albans/London Colney in Hertfordshire next week.

The clockwise exit and entry slip roads will be closed overnight, between 10pm and 5.30am, for two nights from Monday, September 8.

Clearly signed diversions will be in place via Junction 23 (South Mimms) for the exit slip road and via Junction 21a for the entry slip road.

The anti-clockwise exit and entry slip roads will then be closed overnight, between 10pm and 5.30am, for two nights from Wednesday, September 10.

Diversions will again be in place via Junction 21a for the exit slip road and via Junction 23 for the entry slip road.

The planned road improvements are subject to change due to weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances.

* Real-time traffic information for England’s motorways and other strategic roads is available from the web at www.highways.gov.uk/traffic

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For information on roads in the south east region follow us @HAtraffic_seast or for the full index visit www.highways.gov.uk/twitter


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