Part of the M25 near Waltham Cross will be closed for part of this weekend. Exit 25, driveways and all entrance and exit ramps will be closed.
On Friday (May 6), the road will be closed from 11 p.m. It will remain closed until 5am on Saturday (May 7). The road will reopen for the day and close at 10 p.m. on Saturday evening. It will then remain closed until 5am on Sunday (May 8).
A National Motorways spokesman said in a tweet: “We will be closing Junction 25 on the M25, including all approaches, exit and entrance slip roads, overnight tonight (11pm-5am) and tomorrow (10pm-5am) to test the new traffic lights for the M25 J25 improvement plan.”
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In a statement on their website, a National Highways spokesperson added: “We need to test the new traffic lights at the junction this weekend. This will ensure that they will work properly when we fully open the junction. In order To do this safely, we will have to close the entire intersection, driveways and all entrance and exit ramps.”
The closures are the latest planned closures on this section of the M25 following major road works on the national motorways. Closures have been in place for several weekends in 2022 and have also included parts of the A10.
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