Updates on weekend road closures on A30 and A38

The Highways Agency has released a list of planned roadworks for Devon and Cornwall this weekend, including closures on the A30 and A38.

The A30 disruptions are as follows:

Between Stowford Cross and Okehampton has 24 hour eastbound lane closures and a 50mph speed limit for drainage works from March 12 to 16.

At Fingle Glen, west of Exeter there are westbound lane closures and convoys working between 7pm and 6am for resurfacing between March 14 and 15.

Tongue End, east of Okehampton will have westbound lane closure between 7pm and 6am for resurfacing between March 15 and 16


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On the Okehampton bypass between Tongue End and Sourton Cross there is a westbound carriageway closure between 7pm and 6am for resurfacing works between March 15 and 16.

The diversion via Okehampton will be on the B3260 and A386, and therefore the weight restriction on the B3260 will be temporarily suspended during the works.

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There will be an eastbound carriageway closure at the same stretch of road the following night, with the same diversion.

At Sourton Cross, west of Okehampton there is an eastbound lane closure between 7pm and 6am for resurfacing and stud works between March 16 and 17.

Between Innis Downs and Bodmin there is a 24 hour eastbound lane closure for drainage works from today until March 16.

At Scorrier, east of Redruth there is a lane closure in both directions between 7pm and 4am for electrical works, between March 12 to 14.

At Tolvaddon, west of Redruth there is an eastbound lane closure from 9.30am until 3pm for electrical works on March 13 and 14, and from 7pm to 4am from March 14 to 16.

At the same stretch there is a westbound lane closure from 7pm to 4am from March 14 to 16.

And finally at Tideford, near Saltash the traffic signals will be down from 8pm to 4am for tree works from March 15 to 17.

The A38 disruptions are as follows:

At South Brent there is 50mph speed restriction and narrow lanes for bridge works until March 26.

Dean Prior, near Buckfastleigh there is a westbound lane closure and convoy working between 7pm and 4am for surfacing works between March 12 and 13.

At Marley Head, near South Brent, there is a westbound lane closure between 7pm and 6am for resurfacing between March 13 and14.

The following night the same stretch will be closed again for parapet replacement.

Between Marley Head and Woodpecker junctions, there is a westbound carriageway closure overnight between 8pm and 6am on March 13 to 14 and again the following night.

The eastbound section will be closed between 8pm and 6am for parapet replacement from March 14 to 16.

There will be a diversion via the B3372 to South Brent.

At South Brent there is an eastbound lane closure between 7pm and 6am from March 14 to 16.

Belvedere Cross, south of Exeter the eastbound entry slip road will be closed between 7pm and 6am for resurfacing overnight between March 16 and 17.

The diversion to Kennford will be via C19 and the A380.

And the eastbound entry slip road at Harcombe, south of Exeter, will be closed between 7pm and 6am for resurfacing between March 16 and 19.

The diversion is via B3344, B3193 and the A380.

Between Chudleigh and Haldon Hill the eastbound carriageway will be closed between 7pm and 6am for resurfacing between March 16 and 19.

The diversion to Kennford is via the B3193 and the A380, and there are daytime eastbound lane closures and a 50mph speed limit.

At Chudleigh there is an eastbound lane closure from 7pm to 6am for resurfacing between March 16 and 19.

There are narrow lanes and a 30mph speed restrictions for edge stabilisation works until July at Glynn Valley, east of Bodmin.

And between Dobwalls and Turfdown, east of Bodmin, there are carriageway closures in both directions between 8pm and 6am for drainage works between March 12 and 13.

The diversion is via Lostwithiel.

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