The ongoing roadworks on the A11 are entering a new phase, with sections opening and closing.

The £65m scheme has seen National Highways remove old concrete from the carriageway surface and rebuild the road with recycled material and asphalt.

Andy Jobling, National Highways programme lead, said: "The change in the contraflow roadworks is a sign we’re well on track to complete the scheme. 

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“We know that living, working or travelling in and around a major construction scheme isn’t easy, so we’re extremely grateful for the patience and understanding that people have shown whilst we’ve been carrying out this vital upgrade.” 

From May 3, the southbound entry slip road at Spooner Row will be closed to allow for resurfacing work.

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To help reduce disruption, National Highways will reopen the southbound entry slip road at the Tuttles Lane junction.

Traffic will be diverted to follow the B1172 through Wymondham before joining the A11 southbound at the Tuttles Lane junction. 

The Browick northbound exit slip road will also reopen with the Tuttles Lane interchange north exit slip road expected to follow towards the end of May.