Highways England (HE) says it plans to close the M4 eastbound junction 10 exit for five nights, starting on 24 April.
The following week the junction 10 exit slip roads on the opposite side of the motorway (westbound heading away from London) will be closed for four nights, starting on 2 May. HE says it may also have to close the J10 slip roads on this side overnight on 8 May, but will confirm nearer the time.
The slip roads on both sides will be closed on these dates between 9pm and 6am.
The official diversion for both closures is to stay on the M4 to the next junction and double back to J10 on the opposite side to exit onto the A329M towards Wokingham/ Bracknell or Reading.
These closures are part of an £8m HE project to reconstruct the bridge foundations for the slip roads crossing over the M4, and to repair the slip roads running beneath the A329M. HE says the work is due to finish in November.
Full details about the scheme and confirmed road closure dates will be on the Highways England new Traffic England website.
For more information please contact Highways England’s customer contact centre on (0300) 123 5000, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Twitter:@HighwaysSEAST, or write to: Highways England, Bridge House, Walnut Tree Close, Guildford, Surrey, GU1 4LZ.