A64 Traffic Report - Heading North

A64
 
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This Report: 30/10/2014 23:34:17

Frixo Traffic Updated: 30/10/2014 23:28:10

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The diagram below shows live average speeds on the A64.

A1036  65mph
A19  64mph
A169   49mph
A1039  50mph

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A64 Traffic Map - Travelling North


Main A64 Travel News

Clear There are currently no incidents reported on the A64 north.

Current A64 Delays - Slow Moving Traffic

Clear We have no reports of any slow moving traffic on the A64 heading north.

A64 North Average Speed Today

A64 Roadworks

Current Roadworks

* On the A64 northbound between the junctions with the A19 and the A166, minor delays are possible due to roadworks . Expect disruption until 3:00 am on 31 October 2014.

* The A64 northbound is closed between the junctions with the A659 Tadcaster West and the A1237 York South , due to roadworks. Road expected to re-open from 6:00 am on 31 October 2014.

* On the A64 northbound entry slip from the A1(M) , there are currently delays of 10 mins due to roadworks . Expect disruption until 6:00 am on 31 October 2014.

Future Planned Roadworks

* On the A64 northbound between the junctions with the A19 and the A166, minor delays can be expected at peak times due to bridge repairs , between 8 pm and 3 am, from 16 October 2014 to 4 November 2014.

* The A64 northbound will be closed between the junctions with the A659 Tadcaster West and the A1237 York South , due to roadworks, between 8 pm and 6 am, from 25 October 2014 to 11 November 2014.

* The A64 northbound will be closed between the junctions with the A1237 York North and the A169, due to roadworks, between 8 pm and 6 am, from 3 November 2014 to 8 November 2014.

User Comments

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Current Comments (last 30 days)

*  message by guest (located at A64 Northbound)

Travelling home from the North West to York last night electronic signs on M62/A1M showed that A64 closed at A659.. continued to Tadcaster to pick up diversion into Tadcaster town centre but diversion didn't work.. ended up reading comments on here via mobile and driving through country lanes to Wighill and Askham Richard before rejoining A64 near Copmanthorpe. A total farce which needs resolving quickly!! Why do both lanes need to be taken out of action?

Wednesday 29th October 2014 at 04:08:57 PM

*  message by guest (located at YO19)

The diversion is appalling. I followed the circle as directed by the single guy who had to speak to every driver in a huge queue. It took me back to the A1M past several junctions and off at junction 47, then right round north of York. Had the radio set to TA - not a mention! Who IS responsible for this?

Wednesday 29th October 2014 at 08:51:46 AM

*  message by guest (located at Malton)

Ignore all the diversion signs, alls it does it lead you to a dead end-.- If you have a tom tom set it to Malton and make sure you put 'avoid A64', follow the road through it should be the A19. Then bam, your on the A64, and yet what a surprize no roadworks-.-. We've been driving about for the past 2 hours, when we could've been back home for 20mins. Pathetic. Go get the organiser of this fired, what a waste of peoples time!

Wednesday 29th October 2014 at 02:42:00 AM

*  message by guest (located at York)

After travelling from Gatwick the first notification of any road closure was as we left the A1 for the A64 a small sign on post of the bridge too late to change direction. Like everyone else we were sent into Tadcaster. At one point there was a 'diversion ends' sign,so we carried on through the town only to be sent back by a blocked road. There were several workmen around but no signs or suggestions as to how to get to York. We ended up going through country lanes to Wighill and Askham Richard in pitch darkness - not what you need after a long journey.

Tuesday 28th October 2014 at 01:07:51 PM

*  message by guest (located at York)

After travelling from Gatwick the first notification of any road closure was as we left the A1 for the A64 a small sign on post of the bridge too late to change direction. Like everyone else we were sent into Tadcaster. At one point there was a 'diversion ends' sign,so we carried on through the town only to be sent back by a blocked road. There were several workmen around but no signs or suggestions as to how to get to York. We ended up going through country lanes to Wighill and Askham Richard in pitch darkness - not what you need after a long journey.

Tuesday 28th October 2014 at 10:49:54 AM

*  message by guest (located at Tadcaster)

Coming home from Leeds last night after a concert, signs at the top of A64 saying road ahead closed, thought that's OK we can go through Tadcaster and re-join the A64 how wrong was I this exit to the A64 closed also, luckily they were a few cars doing the same thing and I followed them through country lanes if they hadn't have been there I don't know what time I would have arrived home. The signage for the roadworks are poor, the signs you did see told you to follow the circle, could you please advise where the detour signage went to. A journey that should have taken 30mins ended up taking over an hour as I had to go through country lanes, not pleased.........

Tuesday 28th October 2014 at 09:34:33 AM

*  message by guest (located at A64 tadcaster)

I live in Tadcaster tonight tried to get to york but when I got to end of Tadcaster eastbound it was closed no signage everything was taken off to come through Tadcaster then turned around to go back even the a64 towards Towton shut only could go westbound where are the signs to follow who is running this shower on the a64 crap.

Tuesday 28th October 2014 at 12:15:10 AM

*  message by guest (located at A64/A1 turn off for York)

Yes totally agree with everyone below, total joke I too didn't have a clue where to go and ended up going North on the A1 to the next turn off for York, goodness how much extra fuel I used - all the diversion signs seem to relate to the M62 - no mention at all of York - bonkers!

Monday 27th October 2014 at 02:02:33 PM

*  message by guest (located at A64 North)

Someone decided it was a good plan to close the A64 Eastbound from the A659 earlier than the advertised 8pm and then ask motorists to go via Tadcaster , Towton , Cawood and Escrick to rejoin the A64 - the sign posting and diversion signs were sponsored by Fisher Price and conclude , some village is missing and idiot.

Monday 27th October 2014 at 05:24:35 AM

*  message by guest (located at tadcaster)

just traveled up from Stoke on trent,so totally unfamiliar with the area,wanting to get to York.had to come off the A64 at Tadcaster.ABSOLUTELY NO DIVERSION SIGNS drove through Tadcaster following sigs for York only to find road closed so had to turn back.SO NOW HAD NO IDEA WHICH WAY TO GO.SOMEHOW ARRIVED IN SELBY.finally arrived in YORK 90 mins after leaving the A64 wasting a gallon of petrol.WHICH IDIOT IS IN CHARGE I WOULD LIKE TO BELT HIM ONE

Monday 27th October 2014 at 12:03:32 AM

*  message by guest (located at Tadcaster)

Terrible signage and no warning. It is poor that they shunt you off the A64 at Tadcaster and then leave no signs telling you which way to go and you find the A64 is still closed at the other end of . Where are you supposed to go?

Sunday 26th October 2014 at 11:14:25 PM

*  message by guest (located at middle of nowhere)

my partner on way home, diverted from A64 (towards York), followed signs which led to nowhere. Sat Nav re-routing back to A64. This stretch of the journey should only take 15 min - at the last count 45 min and he's 'nowhere'

Sunday 26th October 2014 at 10:30:56 PM

*  message by guest (located at A1/A64 Eastbound)

Arrived from Leeds at A1/A64 roundabout at 2330 to meet first road closure signs. Needed to get to York after a 10 hour shift at work only to be diverted away onto A1. Satnav just kept trying to get me back to A64. 30 miles trip ended up 56 miles with hour and 15 of country lanes. Such a large diversion should make DOT keep one lane open while repairing other on A 64. Might as well talk to my dog. Would get more sense.

Wednesday 22nd October 2014 at 09:44:20 AM

*  message by guest (located at A1 south/A64 east)

Agree with other comment. My husband, travelling down the A1, ended up way down the M1 to the A63 as he couldn't come off onto the A64. No warnings to allow you to change your journey. This has cost him an extra 45 minutes travel time and now he is travelling thru small country lanes, using even more time. Does the department of stupid transport not realise that these drivers can only be on the road for so many hours. He will not reach his destination in time. PREWARN THE DRIVERS you idiots. Who is in charge of this very badly organised shutdown of the A64? Once again, the driver is the last person considered when closing major arterial routes across the country.

Tuesday 21st October 2014 at 08:33:52 PM

*  message by guest (located at )

No signs or warnings until you reach the a64,if there was some on the m1 or m62 you could go across and up the a19.but the clowns who set up diversions dnt think about people(driver who can run out of hours)this would have saved me money in diesel and running out of driving hours

Tuesday 21st October 2014 at 03:26:51 PM