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There was a sign up giving details of the works but as I was concentrating on the approach to the roundabout plus my French is not yet up to speed reading sign like these standards could not make out what is the paln here.
I am assuming it is to make a new free flowing link from the A13 into the D2 road heading alongside the railway yards and warehouses. Is it also a precursor of a more ambitious plan to perhaps build an eastern bypass round Rouen and link to the A28 that way. I think I read on the forum that the plan was to link up the 2 parts of the A28 with a western bypass. Whatever there is still the problem of the massive chalk hill to be crossed along with the Seine.
Any info would be great. Thanks
I'll have a look in a few weeks when we go and return from France, we usually go that way.
That junction has always surprised me given it was built the wrong way around - although I know the A13 ended there for a long while.
All the gantries have been removed between July 14 and today. There was an enormous queue (obviously post Bastille-Day traffic fleeing Paris) so I got good shots of the gantry signs, but the bridge being built over the A139 is impossible to photograph easily.
The four lane merging section before Oissel interchange is now marked as 3 lanes only, which has caused some minor congestion.
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