replacing asphalt, bridge and viaduct joints, motorway signage and improving rainwater drainage.
Do the works impede me?
Yes, road users will be faced with road closures and diversions. The A10 West is to be closed off in a southbound direction for the first 3 weeks, with the motorway to be closed in the other direction the following 3 weeks. Road users should take into account there may be diversions and that this may add 30 minutes to their journey. All through traffic is to be diverted via the A5, A9, A4 and A10 Noord.
During the summer holiday of 2017 major road works are scheduled on the A10 West. The southbound section of the motorway will be closed off for three weeks, followed by the northbound section, also for three weeks. In a six-week period the A10 West will be restored to tip-top condition.
During the upcoming summer holiday period major road works are scheduled on the A10 West. The southbound section of the motorway will be closed off for three weeks, followed by the northbound section, also for three weeks. The stretch of A10 between Basisweg S102 and the De Nieuwe Meer interchange will be closed from 24 July through 13 August. Traffic will be diverted along the A10 or A5, A9 and A4 motorways. The stretch of the A10 between the De Nieuwe Meer interchange and Basisweg S102 will be closed from 14 August until 4 September. Traffic will be diverted along the A10 or A4, A9 and A5 motorways. Over this six-week period the A10 West will be restored to tip-top condition, with a new layer of asphalt, renewal of bridge and viaduct seams, replacement of matrix signs and improved rainwater drainage. During the works there will be substantial traffic disruptions particularly during rush hours. Motorists are advised to avoid the A10 West between 24 July and 4 September if possible. If this is not possible, try to travel outside rush hours and plan for an extra journey time of 30 minutes. Over the next few years we will be working hard to improve road links to Amsterdam. After this summer, the A10 West will be in shape for the next ten years. To learn more, visit rijkswaterstaat.nl/a10west or facebook.com/a10west.