Motorists warned to prepare for diversions on Norwich’s inner ring road
Motorists are being warned resurfacing in the city will affect traffic on Norwich's inner ring road next week.
Norfolk County Council is carrying out work to the junction of Dereham Road, Barn Road, St Benedict's Street and Grapes Hill as part of the Bus Rapid Transit route along Dereham Road.
But diversions will be put in place on the ring road to enable this to happen.
From Monday 7pm to Tuesday 7am, southbound traffic on the ring road will be diverted at the Barn Road/St Crispins Road roundabout along Barker Street, Heigham Street, Old Palace Road, Heigham Road, Earlham Road and Convent Road.
Eastbound traffic heading into St Benedict's Street will be diverted along Barn Road and Westwick Street. HGVs will have to follow a separate signed diversion.
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Work will continue from 7pm to 7am on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday until it is finished. During this period, eastbound traffic on Dereham Road will be diverted along Old Palace Road, Heigham Street, Barker Street and Barn Road.
HGVs will be diverted via Guardian Road, Earlham Road and Convent Road.
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The bus route work is aiming to provide higher quality, faster and more reliable services in the city.
Most of the plan has been approved although concerns still remain about changes to the Old Palace Road and Heigham Road junction.
A public consultation recently ended.