The Stamford By-Pass. D2 Standard between the A1 and Pilsgate, and an S2 between Pilsgate and the existing A16, incorporating a new viaduct over a railway and river. A GSJ would be built at the A1/B1081 junction to enable easy access to the new by-pass. The old A16 through Stamford would be re-numbered as the B1086 (unless it already exists :P).
Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 05, 2007 by Dave908
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Bridge over the River Welland at Stamford
A1175 has been painted out until the new A1073 is fully open. At the moment it is still the A16.
A16 patch is oversize because it will be removed to reveal A1175 when the A1073 upgrade opens.
Sign installed as part of the A1073 improvement resulting in this section of the A16 becoming A1175 when the new road opens. In the meantime there's a temporary A16 patch that will be removed to reveal A1175 upon completion.
This sign, like the others between Market Deeping and Spalding, has been renewed to coincide with the A1073 improvement. However this one has A1175 uncovered when all the others are painted over as it's still currently the A16.
Signs erected in preparation for the new A1073. The old signs had Peterborough to the right which is still the case until the new road is completed so Peterborough is painted out. A16 is a stick on patch which will reveal A1175 when removed.
New signs at the A16/A1073 junction. Some of the destinations are blanked out as the new road isn't yet fully opened. On the second sign are some blanked out local destinations. As is the case these days traffic is often directed via a better road even though it is further to travel.