Travelling on the A64 - these are spots where you can expect delays in the next few days

A number of lane closures and roadworks are expected to cause disruption for drivers using the A64 in the next week or so.

Wednesday, 27th March 2019, 1:18 pm
Updated Wednesday, 27th March 2019, 1:23 pm
The A64

The Highways Agency has the following locations as ones which could slow down your journey.

Plans to make part of A64 a dual carriageway could be shelved, says MPEastbound between A1237 near York (south) and A1036: Lane one will be closed. Expect disruption every day between 8pm and 6am from April 1 to April 5.

Eastbound and westbound between A659 near Tadcaster (west) and A162: From 8pm on March 27 to 6am to March 28.

Eastbound exit for A1036: Lane two will be closed. Expect disruption every day between 8pm and 6am, from April 1 to April 5

Eastbound between B1248 near Norton-on-Derwent (west) and A169: Expect disruption every day between 8pm and 6am from March 27 to March 29.

Westbound access from B1248 near Malton (east): Expect disruption every day between 8pm and 6am from March 27 to April 1.

Westbound between A169 and B1248 near Norton-on-Derwent (west)

Westbound between the A169 and the junction with the A1237 York North. Expect disruption every day between 8pm and 6am from March 27 to March 30.