The main roadworks in Norfolk this week you need to know about
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Across Norfolk this week there are a host of planned roadworks and road closures that could cause delays to your journey. Here are just a selection of them:
• A11 Newmarket Road: There will be a lane closure near Thickthorn roundabout from September 7 until September 9 to allow Norfolk County Council to carry out bridge inspections.
• A47: All lanes will be closed on the westbound carriageway between the junctions with the A1064 and the A1042 from 8pm on September 7 until 6am on September 8 as Highways England carry out planned roadworks.
• A140 Ipswich Road: Until September 8 there will be a lane closure outside number 53, in the middle lane of the carriageway, as Norfolk County Council complete patching work.
• A148 at Sculthorpe: Until September 20 there will be a lane closure outside the Shell garage due to work to complete a new sewage connect to the garage.
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• A10 at West Winch: Temporary traffic lights in place from the Post Office to Long Lane junction on September 9 until September 13 as Norfolk County Council complete gully cleaning.
• A148 at Bodham: There will be temporary traffic lights in place until September 12 as BT carry out engineering work.
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