Concentrated construction on the Tomei Expressway from 00:00 on November 7th
NEXCO Central Japan Tokyo Branch will carry out intensive work on the Tomei Expressway day and night from 00:00 on Monday, November 7, 2022 to 6:00 on Saturday, November 26, 2022.with thisLane restrictions and nighttime interchange (IC) closures will also be implementedTherefore, the NEXCO Central Japan Tokyo branch office calls on drivers to pay attention and drive safely.
Intensive construction implementation date/section
From 00:00 on Monday, November 7, 2022 to 6:00 on Saturday, November 26, 2022
- E1 Tomei Expressway · Tokyo IC ~ Oi Matsuda IC Lane regulation due to continuous construction day and night
- E84 Seisho Bypass and E85 Odawara-Atsugi Road will be closed at night
Due to traffic restrictions during the construction periodSevere traffic congestion is expected, especially at nightTherefore, NEXCO CENTRAL is calling for detours to the C4 Metropolitan Inter-City Expressway, the E20 Chuo Expressway (Chuo Expressway), and the E68 Higashi-Fujigoko Road.
note that,If the designated detour route is used, the toll will be adjusted so that the toll will be the same amount as if the construction section had been traveled.… apparently …
What do you do for expressway intensive construction?
In intensive construction, large-scale construction that cannot be covered by partial repairs is carried out, such as pavement repair, replacement of materials attached to bridge joints, and renewal, replacement, and waterproofing of bridge floorboards.
The purpose of intensive construction work is to carry out road repairs more efficiently in a shorter period of time by carrying out intensive work day and night, and regular intensive construction work is essential for safe highway driving. It’s nothing.
The speed limit is regulated to 50km/h in the lane control section to ensure safety.Lane restrictions are implemented over long sections to prevent the flow from becoming stagnant due to an increase in the number of merging points, thereby not aggravating traffic congestion.