Norwich drivers warned of Ketts Hill closure
Drivers have been warned to expect disruption when resurfacing work takes place on Norwich's inner ring road.
The road at Ketts Hill roundabout is due to be resurfaced on Monday, with the work slated to last for four days, depending on the weather.
Barrack Street and Bishop Bridge Road will remain open to through traffic, but Gurney Road and Ketts Hill will be temporarily closed at their junctions with the roundabout.
To minimise the disruption, the work has been programmed to coincide with the school holidays, with the road closures planned to take place between 9am and 4.30pm each day to avoid peak rush hour times.
Norwich City Council urged drivers to consider using alternative routes, where possible, and allow extra time if travelling to the nearby train station.
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No parking within the working area will be available, however pedestrians will still be able to use the paths and vehicle access will be available up to either side of the closure points.
Diversion routes will be in place during the work, which will cost about �90,000 and the council apologised in advance for any disruption.
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