All the major roadworks in Portsmouth area next week 

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A series of road works will be carried out on motorways and roads across the Portsmouth area this week. 

Repair work will be carried out on the M27 and the A27 over the coming days. 

There will be roadworks on major roads in Hampshire this week

There will be roadworks on major roads in Hampshire this week

Here are all the major roadworks: 

M27 junctions 3 to 4 Southampton, Hampshire: bridge reconstruction

Work to maintain journeys and ensure road user safety by replacing the Romsey Road bridge near junction 3 continues this week. A 50mph speed restriction is in place on the M27 east and westbound carriageways beneath the bridge until summer 2019.

A3(M) Bedhampton, Hampshire: resurfacing

Work to improve journeys by resurfacing a section of the A3(M) southbound carriageway near Bedhampton finishes this week.

The A3(M) southbound carriageway will be fully closed from junction 5 to the A27 westbound overnight, between 9pm and 6am, until Friday 7 September (Monday to Friday only).

A clearly signed diversion will be in place from junction 5 down onto the A27 eastbound carriageway, exiting at the A3023 Langstone junction, loop around the roundabout and join the A27 westbound carriageway.

A27 Farlington, Hampshire: signs

Work to improve journeys by maintaining the signage along the A27 starts this week.

The eastbound exit and entry slip roads at the A2030 Eastern Road junction will be closed overnight, between 9pm and 6am, on Monday 3 September.

In addition, the westbound exit slip road at the A2030 Eastern Road junction will be closed overnight, between 9pm and 6am, on Tuesday 4 September.

Clearly signed diversions will be in place via the adjacent junctions.

A27 Warblington, Hampshire: signs

Work to improve journeys by maintaining the signage along the A27 takes place this week.

The westbound exit slip road at the A259 Warblington junction will be closed overnight, between 9pm and 6am, on Friday 7 September.

A clearly signed diversion will be in place via the Langstone junction.