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Dartford tunnel closures

PUBLISHED: 07:30 02 January 2018

Routine safety work means the tunnel will be closed overnight. Picture: PA

Routine safety work means the tunnel will be closed overnight. Picture: PA

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If you’re planning to use the M25 over the next week, here’s some things you need to know.

Routine maintenance means the Dartford – Thurrock Crossing will be closure overnight, between 8.30pm and 5.30am:

Tuesday, January 2: northbound east tunnel

Wednesday, January 3: northbound east tunnel

Thursday, January 4: northbound east tunnel

Friday, January 5: northbound east tunnel

Saturday, January 6: northbound west tunnel

Sunday, January 7: northbound east tunnel.

There will be fully signed diversions in place during the northbound east tunnel closures for oversized vehicles.

On the A282 junction 1a (M25) at Swanscombe the northbound entry slip road will be closed overnight, between 8.30pm and 5am, on Saturday, January 6. A clearly signed diversion will be in place via the A282 southbound to junction 1b and return.

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