Norwich ring road disruption warning to drivers
Drivers have been warned they will face disruption when resurfacing work is carried out on part of Norwich's outer ring road next week.
Work to resurface the A1042 will take place at the junction where it meets Salhouse Road and Gurney Road.
The work will be carried out during off-peak hours, between 7pm and 7am, but evening/early morning road closures will be in place to allow the resurfacing to take place as quickly and safely as possible.
Salhouse Road and Gurney Road will be closed at their junctions with the outer ring road between these hours from Monday until the morning of Saturday, August 29. Diversion routes will be signed.
Lane closures and traffic light controls will be in place on the outer ring road itself during these closures and continuing until the night of Thursday, September 3 when work is due to be completed.
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Pedestrians will be able to use the paths past the working area throughout this time.
Norwich City Council apologised for any inconvenience caused while this work takes place.
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The work is part of Norwich City Council and Norfolk County Council's essential road maintenance programme.