Repair works are continuing on the Tallinn highway, Saulkrasti bypass and Jelgava highway

This week, on weekday mornings and evenings, slower traffic is expected on the Tallinn highway (A1) during the repair phase of the Saulkrasti bypass, which may take less than an hour, as there are two traffic light sections and three others regulated by priority road signs, and a speed limit of 70 and 50 km / h.

The Communication Department of SJSC “Latvijas Valsts ceļi” reports that traffic will be closed when leaving Saulkrasti on the Tallinn highway on the road Lilaste – Saulkrasti – Dūči or Rīgas Street (V101), departure is organized on the road Saulkrasti – Ragana (P6).

On the Jelgava highway (A8) in the section from Jaunolaine to the bridge over the Missis, traffic is organized along the Jelgava carriageway in one lane in each direction. Also during this phase of road repair, extra time should be planned, especially on weekday mornings and evenings, the road can take up to 40 minutes.

Warranty repair work on the bridge over Mazo Jugla on the Riga bypass A4 (Baltezers – Saulkalne) has been temporarily suspended. But the traffic on the Riga bypass A4 over the Daugavpils highway (A6) is organized in one lane with priority signs.

On the Jūrmala highway (A10) traffic has been renewed along both carriageways – three lanes in the direction of Rīga and one wide lane in the direction of Jūrmala. This week it is planned to open three lanes for traffic also in the direction of Jūrmala.

On the Inciems – Sigulda – Ķegums (P8) road in the section from the railway crossing in Sigulda to Jūdaži, one traffic light section and 70, 50 and 30 km / h.

On the highway Inčukalns – Ropaži – Ikšķile (P10) in the section from Tīnūži to Ikšķile there are two traffic light sections, speed limit 70 and 50 km / h.

On the highway Ķekava – Skaistkalne (P89) in the section in Baldone region up to two traffic light sections and speed limit 70 and 50 km / h, less than half an hour.

Up-to-date information on traffic restrictions in the road network is available by calling the 24-hour toll-free information line 80005555, as well as on the SJSC “Latvijas Valsts ceļi home page” and in the navigation application “Waze”.

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