The main roadworks in Norfolk you need to know about this week

The Government is expected to announce plans to ban sales of diesel and petrol cars by 2040. Picture

The Government is expected to announce plans to ban sales of diesel and petrol cars by 2040. Picture; Matthew Usher. - Credit: Matthew Usher

Across Norfolk this week a range of planned roadworks and closures will be taking place that could easily cause delays to your journey. Here's a look at some of them:

• Newmarket Road at Eaton: A lane closure will be in place at the junction with Unthank Road from January 4 until March 10. This coincides with work to remodel a cycleway on the road which is part of Norfolk County Council's Transport for Norwich project.

• Dereham Road at Heigham: On February 2 and February 3 a lane will be closed at the junction with Golding Place to allow Norfolk County Council to repair a gully.

• A1066 at Brettenham: Temporary traffic lights will be in operation on January 31 and February 1 as BT complete engineering work.

• A148 at Castle Rising: Stop/go boards will be in operation from January 31 to February 2 between Knight's Hill and East Rudham as Norfolk County Council work to unblock pipework.

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• A148 at Holt: A road closure will be in place until March 3 from Hempstead Road to Old Cromer Road due to the installation of a new roundabout.

• A12 at Gorleston: Temporary traffic lights will remain in operation until February 27 between Bridgeford Close and Masquers Close as Norfolk County Council installs a new tiger crossing.

Keep up to date with the region's travel news by visiting our live traffic map.

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