Stockton Borough Council is currently co-ordinating two major highway improvement schemes across the Borough.
Specific Scheme details and site plans can be accessed by viewing the information below:
Stockton Borough Council is working in partnership with Lumsden and Carroll on a major highway improvement scheme to alleviate traffic congestion at Ingleby Barwick.
The scheme, which commenced in February, will take approximately 40 weeks to complete and detailed information showing the scope of the works and proposed speed limit reductions can be viewed from here.
Further detailed Information on the project and how it is progressing can be obtained by viewing Lumsden and Carroll’s website.
Delays may occur during busy periods and we would ask that all road users and pedestrians take care when travelling on Myton Way. Information on pedestrian routes affected can be viewed from here.
Works are due to commence in the New Year to construct an access for the proposed Aldi Store off Allensway. The proposed scheme involves:
The works will be undertaken by Service Stockton working in partnership with Middlesbrough Traffic Signals.
The project is due to start on the 4 January 2017 for a period of approximately 15 weeks.
Whilst we will do our utmost to keep disruption to a minimum there will be periods where traffic management will be necessary. This will be deployed during off peak hours 9.30am to 3.30pm weekdays. Unfortunately there will be periods during the construction where full time signals and lane closures may be required, we ask for your patience during this time.
Our current Road Works Report provides further information.