Highways England has announced that construction work has been completed on a £100M project to upgrade junction 30 of the M25 in Essex, UK.
The scheme has seen the A13 through junction 30 widened to four lanes in each direction.
The project also included the creation of new dedicated link roads, the refurbishment of existing slip roads, and improvements to the technology, drainage, safety barriers and lighting.
A section of the M25 between the Dartford Crossing and Stifford Road overbridge will remain under traffic management while the technology upgrade is completed.
Highways England project manager Lizzie Cooper said: “Upgrading such a busy part of the network is a hugely complex task, and we have worked hard to bring it in ahead of our original schedule and on budget.
“I’d like to thank our partners in Essex for their support throughout construction, as well as drivers on the A13 and M25 for their patience as we delivered these vital improvements.”
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