The A14 carries around 85,000 vehicles per day and is a vital road transport corridor of local, regional, national and international significance. Since work started on the scheme, 80 per cent of the 10 million cubic metres of material needed for the project has been moved, with the spoil used for new earthworks and embankments.
More than eight million construction hours have been worked, and the 750m long River Great Ouse Viaduct, with its 6,000 tonne steel structure, is 85 per cent complete. During this exclusive bus tour with the CLA and Highways England you will go behind the scenes of this major infrastructure project and learn about the environmental considerations, earthworks, new structures and technology being used along the new route.
It will be an opportunity to ask questions about the project and hear about the timescales for completion.
Places at this event are limited and early booking is advised to avoid disappointment.