A64 Bilbrough Top Improvement
- Road for use by all traffic
- Highways England
- Central Government
Replacement of the existing crossroads on the A64 between Tadcaster and York with a grade-separated junction, including the installation of a new flyover. This section of road is running well under capacity, with substandard junctions and a poor alignment. It was built during the 1930's, but at each end is connected directly on to modern grade-separated dual carriageway. Bilbrough Top is one of the most dangerous junctions on the route.
|14 September 2004||Construction of the new flyover is well under way.|
|14 July 2005||The new junction is opened to traffic.|
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This scheme was last updated on 26 October 2008.