The bypass is a part of a 21-mile mission
The Huntingdon 12-kilometer A14 bypass is a part of a £ 1.5 billion mission by a Balfour Beatty, Skanska and Costain three way partnership to improve the 21-kilometer A14 to Cambridgeshire. The design consultants of the group are Atkins and CH2M.
The Highways Company has introduced that the street can be open as an A street somewhat than as an initially deliberate freeway, with a view to make the most of the anticipated opening. The design will stay the identical.
The Minister of the Highway, Baroness Vere, mentioned: "The upgrading of the A14 won’t solely enhance the expertise of native drivers, however may also improve entry between the ports of the area and the Midlands. from the West – a key logistics hub. "
Highways England Challenge Supervisor David Bray mentioned, "I’m delighted that we are able to provide the advantages of this key a part of the mission a lot ahead of anticipated. Along with a big enchancment for drivers, this milestone will start to comprehend among the advantages of upgrading for residents and communities alongside the A14.
"And which means we are able to begin working sooner on the enhancements we're making to native roads in and round Huntingdon, as we begin dismantling the previous viaduct over the station, which can truly enhance native communities.
Your complete mission stays on the verge of opening to visitors by the tip of 2020.