C37 from tunstall to catterick road – NOTIFICATION OF ROAD CLOSURE
This letter is to inform you that North Yorkshire County Council will be undertaking highway maintenance on the above road from east of the junction with the Tunstall to Brough Hall Road to the new junction with the A1(M) over bridge. The works are programmed to start on Friday 28 June and will take 3 working days to complete.
The road will be closed to through traffic at the above location from 8am to 5pm each day. On Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 June and outside of working hours the road will be open to through traffic, however temporary traffic signals will be in place.
Vehicle access to all properties and businesses within the closure will be possible at all times and Traffic Ambassadors will be located at each end of the closure and within the works area to assist with access. Depending on the location of the surfacing work each day vehicles might be asked to use the diversion route to gain access. A signed diversion will be in place via Catterick Garrison and the A6055.
The work is part of an extensive programme and as a consequence it is possible that some adjustment to the dates or the duration of the works may be necessary should unforeseen circumstances (such as significant weather events or emergencies on the highway network) arise. Signs on site will show actual closure dates.
We request your assistance in the following ways:
Please contact the Customer Resolution Centre on 01609 780780 to identify any special access needs you may have during the work period;
Co-operate and comply with any instructions issued by the traffic management operatives and take extra care whilst within the works area;
Move all vehicles off the road before work starts on site each day.For further information including diversion information and to sign up for alerts please go to:
We would like to take this opportunity to apologise for any disruption that these works may cause and would again request your co-operation to help ensure an efficiently and safely executed project.