The A-6 motorway will suffer a four-week cut on both routes starting Monday, due to rehabilitation works on the pavement between points 7.5 and 22.2, in the Community of Madrid, reports the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda (METMA) on Monday.
The effects on turning will occur with lane cutting on weekdays from 6:00 pm to 6:00 am between km 17.1 and 19.2 (direction A Coruña) and between km 19.2 and 7.5 (direction Madrid) of the aforementioned motorway, says Mitma in a note citing the proposed alternative itineraries.
The ministry indicated that the works will be carried out from Monday from 6:00 pm until 6:00 am on weekdays to reduce inconvenience, and traffic will be restored on both roads during weekends.
The works will affect a different section of the motorway, and they will be distributed as follows: In the week from 24 to 28 July, there will be a cut in two of the four lanes between km 17.1 and km 19.2 in the direction of A Coruña. Affected links: PK 17 Camino Viejo de Madrid. PK 18 M-505. PK 19 Las Rozas. An alternative route via M-40, M-503 and M-50 is recommended.
The following week there will be a cut in two of the four lanes between kilometers 19250 and 17.5 in the direction of Madrid. Links affected: PK 19 Las Rozas / PK 18 M-505. An alternative route via M-50, M-503 and M-40 is recommended.
Weeks from 7 to 11 and from 16 to 18 there will be a cut in two of the three lanes between 10.4 and 7.5 kilometers in the direction of Madrid. Links affected: PK 10 Aravaca / PK 9 M-500 / PK 8 Hipódromo. An alternative route via M-40 is recommended.
During the hours when the works are being carried out, the HOV Bus turning conditions will be determined by its condition, depending at all times on the running condition recorded on the A-6 and HOV Bus box, and will be indicated on the variable message access light boards to the existing central lanes.
The General Directorate of Traffic (DGT) will inform the planned reductions, possible retention and alternative routes through variable message boards located in the affected sections and in their area of influence; in the communications that various radio and television stations have with the traffic information service; Via twitter (@InformaciónDGT and DGTes) or by calling 011.