A2 Closures for Resurfacing Work between Bean and Darenth to Improve Drivers’ Journeys

A2 Closures for Resurfacing Work between Bean and Darenth to Improve Drivers' Journeys

A2 Closures in Effect for Resurfacing Work between Bean and Darenth

Attention all drivers! Parts of the A2 will be temporarily closed overnight for resurfacing work. This closure will affect the London-bound carriageway between Bean and Darenth, for the M25. The closure will take place tonight (Wednesday) and tomorrow (Thursday) between 8pm and 6am.

To ensure the safety of motorists, a diversion route will be in place via the B255, A296 and A282 Darenth Interchange. This closure is necessary to maintain the quality of the A2 and improve drivers’ journeys.

Starting from Friday (March 8) until March 29, the coastbound carriageway will also be closed between Darenth and Bean on weeknights from 10pm to 6am. In addition, on Saturday (March 9), Sunday (March 10), and March 16, the coastbound exit slip road at Ebbsfleet and one lane on the coastbound carriageway will be closed from 8pm to 6am. Motorists are advised to stay on the A2 to the Toll Gate junction and then join the London-bound carriageway to return to Ebbsfleet.

This resurfacing work, which began on February 12, is expected to take around eight weeks. The closures are necessary to maintain safety and improve drivers’ journeys. Other road closures in Kent include the M2 coastbound entry slip at junction 2 for Strood, which is closed for emergency barrier repairs. Please tune into kmfm for regular travel updates.

Thank you for your cooperation and patience during this time. Drive safely!

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