Both projects will be covered by BBRCEвЂ™s Newcastle Upon Tyne based Northern Region.
The first project, awarded by North Tyneside Council, is an improvement scheme at the Holystone Roundabout located at the A19/A191 junction.
Work will involve the widening of the carriageway to create a third lane, installation of traffic signals, the construction of a new footway on the inside of the roundabout along with all the associated temporary traffic and pedestrian management.
The second project, being carried out on behalf of the Highway Agency, is for improvements at the A1/A19 Seaton Burn Interchange and Roundabout in Newcastle Upon Tyne.ADVERTISEMENT
BBRCE will install new traffic signals on the A1, A19 and A1068 approaches to the roundabout, carriageway widening on the A1 approach, resurfacing and anti-skid surfacing on the circulatory carriageway and approaches together with revised road markings and improved signage.
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