Video: Birdseye footage shows A11 dualling project is on track

PUBLISHED: 18:05 06 March 2014 | UPDATED: 12:55 07 March 2014

A11 update, February 2014

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A new birdseye video of the A11 dualling project has shown the rapid progress being made by Highways Agency engineers.

The nearly completed Elveden Bypass, B1066 bridge and freshly-laid tarmac on both carriageways are among the features shown in the video, shot by Mike Page and Daniel Gay.

Mr Page said there had been “considerable change” since the pair last flew over the site at the end of December.

“There’s a lot of links and flyovers going in and there’s clearly been a lot happening in the last few months,” he said.

The £102 million project is due to be completed by winter this year.

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  • A much-needed improvement for the A11, however, i think that the capacity of this section could have been increased 20+ years ago, whilst this bypass was pending, just by dualling short sections of the A11 at the Elevdon lights, so increase traffic floa at that bottle neck.

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