The 2nd February was day 15 of the M27 Widening roadworks, so only superficial changes have been made. Here's what it looked like:
The western end of the roadworks again. Compared to last time, there are two things to notice here: firstly the lane drop has been moved further down the sliproad to give traffic stacking space, and secondly a SPECS camera has been put at the top of the sliproad - but only after a local newspaper highlighted the mistake!
Looking east, the roadworks have definitely started. A Varioguard barrier has been put down to separate the traffic and the workforce.
In just two weeks the entire central reservation has been pulled out, which isn't bad going for british roadworks. The rope in the foreground is to warn loaded works vehicles and cranes before they hit the bridge where I am standing.