A64 | North Yorkshire | Road Closure | Long Delays 30 minutes

The A64 is currently closed in both directions from its junctions of the A169 to the B1258 near Norton-On-Derwent with delays of at least 30 minutes covering several miles of the road. This closure is due to a road traffic collision. Highways England has resources deployed and working hard to restore normal conditions as soon as possible.

For traffic approaching the closure locally, you are advised to expect disruption with extra journey time and may potentially have to re-route your journey.  

If travelling towards this area from much farther afield, you may wish to change your strategic route, allow extra travel time and follow guidance from our on-road variable message signs and media.  
 
Diversion route details and guidance is as follows;

Eastbound diversion : Please follow the hollow circle symbol
Driving East , exit the A64 using Pickering interchange , At the roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A169 and proceed for approximately 8 miles to the roundabout with the A170. At the roundabout , take the third exit onto the A170 and proceed along this road for approximately 20 miles until reaching A64 (Seamer road) in Scarborough.    

Westbound diversion: Please follow the solid square symbol
Driving West , exit the A64 onto the Musham Bank Roundabout and take the third exit onto the B1261 and continue for 1 mile. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the B1261 and follow for 3 miles to the roundabout with the A170. At the roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A170 and proceed along this road for approximately 15 miles to the roundabout with the A169. At the roundabout take the first exit onto the A169 and proceed along this road for approximately 8 miles to the junction with the A64. At the roundabout take the 3rd exit and rejoin the A64.     

Further incident information is available from Highways England by visiting our www.trafficengland.com website and travel apps, or via our @HighwaysYORKS regional twitter feed. For urgent real time assistance, our 24/7 contact centre team is able to provide up to the minute information on 0300 123 5000.

Highways England has been working closely with our emergency services colleagues North Yorkshire Police, who led the response to this incident.


Last updated on: 08/08/2019 11:48