There will be reduced accessibility on the E6 between Gardermoen and Mogreina in October as a result of roadworks said Statens vegvesen.
The Road Administration (Statens vegvesen) said in a press release that they have entered into a contract with PEAB to replace the concrete deck on a stretch of asphalt.
The remediation work means that there will be reduced accessibility
on the E6 between Jessheim Nord and Hauerseter from May 18 to
October said the press release.
The concrete deck dates from 1989. During the past ten years, the deck has cracked significantly according to the Road Administration.
The Road Administration says it may be wise to calculate some extra time on journeys on the E6 between Jessheim and Mogreina.
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