Two-week resurfacing of major Norwich road set to cause disruption to drivers and residents
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Drivers are being warned to expect disruption on the outskirts of Norwich as major resurfacing works will be carried out in early June.
Improvement work costing £300,000 is scheduled on the A11 Newmarket Road, Cringleford, and will extend from a point south of the Colney Lane overbridge through to Thickthorn Roundabout, including Roundhouse Roundabout and a section of the southbound on-slip from the junction with Keswick Road.
The scheme starts on June 6 and will be carried out overnight between 7pm-7am, taking around two weeks to complete.
During the resurfacing works it will be necessary to close the road to all through traffic each night at 7pm.
A fully signed diversion via A47 Southern Bypass, A140 Ipswich Road/Daniels Road will be in place for the entire duration of hte project.
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Local diversions for Roundhouse Way via A47 Southern Bypass and Watton Road will also be in place.
Access for residents on Newmarket Service Road will be maintained via Roundhouse Way at all times, but it is inevitable that there will be some disruption, a Norfolk County Council spokesman said.
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The spokesman apologised for any inconvenience the disruption would cause.