Boston South Road is Still Closed, advised to take alternative routes.

Boston Airport Express would like to inform our riders about the delay in the reconstruction of Boston Road South caused by sewer work going on in Holbeach. Travelers are advised to avoid taking the road because it’ll be closed. Transportation services by Boston airport express have been taking different routes with their riders to avoid any kind of inconvenience and delay.

The news is. Anglian Water continued to work on the street that was hit by the sinkhole for weeks. This is continuing into next week. It is just the latest delay in a long line of delays. LCC was originally scheduled to begin on Monday, July 4. However, LCC has extended the start date of rebuilding the road to Monday, July 11, and then Monday, Jul 18.

This means that Lincolnshire County Council will not be able to start the road reconstruction as planned on Monday, July 18. The wait for sewer lining repairs to be completed has continued into next week.

So, we request our customers to consider this information while booking a cab in order to avoid any kind of confusion.

While sewer repairs are underway, work crews can’t begin the deep digging to shore up the road’s substrate.

An extensive set of work will be done between Holbeach Primary School and Cecil Pywell Avenue, once the road reconstruction can get underway.

According to the council, these repairs will be done in two phases. The sub-layer will be addressed in the first section. The second part will address the road surface and markings. The road must remain closed until all works are complete.

Coun Richard Davies is the executive member for highways. He stated: “The sewerworks that AW are undertaking are difficult and proving more time-consuming than originally thought.

This means that the rebuilding process will be delayed for at least a few more days. Most such delays are factored in by our automatic reservation system, which is based on google maps live road data.

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