Operation Brock is back – FROM TONIGHT!

Kent County Council has confirmed that the Brock traffic management scheme will be reinstated overnight on Thursday, 13th July.

With the highest passenger numbers since before the pandemic booked to cross the channel in July and August on ferries from Dover and trains through Le Shuttle, the contraflow at the heart of the Brock traffic management scheme will be reinstated.

The altered road layout between Junctions 8 and 9 is designed to reduce the impact of disruption by directing lorries heading for mainland Europe onto the motorway’s coastbound carriageway, where they can be held, if necessary.

The installation of Brock means lorries heading to the continent are legally required to follow the signed HGV routes to the Port of Dover and Le Shuttle.

The PML Seafrigo Team will continue to monitor the situation and advise clients and customers of any potential impact.

👀 Check the current status of Brock 👇