A47 Postwick to Ipswich road resurfacing

We're resurfacing both westbound and eastbound carriageways of the A47 between Postwick junction and Ipswich road. At the same time, we'll take the opportunity to complete other maintenance and repair work

Start date 04 May 2021
End date 13 August 2021
Cost £5 million

Latest updates

  • 01 April 2021

    Work to start in May 2021

    We will be starting work on 4 May 2021 between Postwick and Thickthorn interchange.

    While the road will remain open, there will be lane closures for two weeks from the start of works.

  • Update 2

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Project information

Overview

We are carrying out essential resurfacing between the Postwick junction and Ipswich Road junction on both the westbound and eastbound carriageways of the A47.

Alongside this, we’ll be doing additional maintenance and repairs to safety barriers, replacing road markings and reflective studs (cat’s eyes), new road signs and updating technology.

We will split the work into phases, which will take four months to complete.

Our work will increase the life expectancy of the road surface and make journeys safer for motorists.

By doing other road maintenance at the same time, we will reduce the number of times we need to have roadworks.
This will reduce the amount of disruption to local businesses and communities.

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Traffic information

Information about scheduled roadworks and events on our motorways and major roads.

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