Roadworks at the Brailleweg in Groningen are going more quickly than anticipated: installation of the sheet piling may be done this weekend ahead of schedule.
The Groninger Internet Courant reports that Aanpak Ring Zuid, the name for the comprehensive roadworks plans, will also be carrying out its work during the day on Saturday on the Brailleweg along the Hoornsediep.
The works were scheduled to be carried out overnight, but adding more working hours during the day will mean that this portion of the project will be done slightly sooner.
Combinatie Herepoort, the consortium carrying out the roadworks, has been installing sheet piling along the road in order to create a temporary road way and bridge at the Brailleweg. The bridge will enable traffic from the A28 to continue accessing the Julianaplein while the new, permanent Brailleweg bridge is under construction.
The earlier completion of the roadworks will mean no more noisy nightly operations. The construction project has primarily been carried out at night due to fewer cars being on the road.