The first two phases of what is a four-phase £10 million project, have been completed. These initial phases involved the resurfacing of Brockton Way and its slip roads, the A4169, the A442 Southbound carriageway reconstruction between Randlay and Stirchley Interchanges, improvements to the Naird Lane Bridge, resurfacing of Hollinswood Northbound exit slip road, resurfacing of Randlay Northbound Offslip and extensive structural patching on the A442 between Trench Lock interchange and Wombridge interchange Southbound, and around Randlay interchange Northbound.
The replacement of barriers to all verges and slip roads were completed during July and August 2021.
The replacement of barriers to central reservation between Hollinswood Interchange and Randlay Interchange were completed August – October 2021.
The next phase which starts from October 2021, will see following improvements and upgrades;
- Hollinswood Interchange and Stirchley Interchange structural concrete repairs – Autumn/Winter 2021 - 2022
- barrier upgrades including central reservation hardening (where required) between Randlay Interchange and Castlefields roundabout – Spring/Summer 2022
- Randlay Interchange bridge structure concrete repairs – Spring/Summer 2022
- Brockton Loops structural concrete repairs – Spring/Summer 2022.
Barrier upgrades on Northbound and Southbound verges
Detailed design of vehicle restraint improvements and upgrades is now complete with works starting on site in July 2021.
Last updated: 21/10/2021 17:22