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Update on works on Spalding’s Springfields roundabout on A16





The long-term project to widen an A16 roundabout is closer to completion after tasks were completed last month.

The Springfields roundabout in Spalding is more than half way into a 12-month upgrade, part of a £20 million Levelling Up scheme.

The June update has revealed projects completed last month included earthworks and drainage in the southeast corner and the creation of footpaths on the south side of the roundabout.

Springfields roundabout in Spalding
Springfields roundabout in Spalding

Also last month, workers switched to new working areas in the northeast on the A151 and northwest corners, started earthworks and drainage works in the northeast corner, including the addition of a new section of culvert, continued earthworks and drainage in the northwest corner and started laying new road surfacing.

Throughout June the laying of the new road surface will continue, as will the culvert construction as well as drainage and earthworks in the northwest corner.

Current or ongoing traffic restrictions and closures this month include 24/7 barriers at the roundabout, with the current two-lane entries and single-lane exits, ongoing narrowed roundabout lanes and 24/7 barriers at the roundabout, with the current two-lane entries and single-lane exits.

Lincolnshire County Council have been carrying out the work on the 12-month project, with work getting under way in the autumn.

The roundabout will be widened as part of a £20 million A16 improvement scheme paid for from the Government’s Levelling Up money.

The funsingh also includes work to the Greencell roundabout in Pinchbeck and Marsh Lane roundabout in Boston.

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