Temple to Higher Carblake road improvements captured via drone based aerial film & photography.
We were recently charged with capturing aerial film for Kier who are currently in the process of dualling the single carriageway on the A30 between Temple and Higher Carblake, just east of Bodmin, Cornwall. The length of road involved is 2.8 miles (4.5km). Three busy road junctions will be replaced by three overbridges; one bridge at either end at Cardinham and Temple junctions and one relatively centre at Preeze Cross/Four Winds. The dual carriageway is being constructed literally alongside the existing road and traffic management is a key element of the project.
The scheme will relieve congestion and improve journey times – it will also attract business growth and inward investment to Cornwall by improving links with the rest of England. The new dual carriageway will also be much safer than the single carriageway as a result of the three overbridges.
The project is set to be finished in spring 2017.