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Road closures scheduled over five-week period in Sudbury to enable installation of puffin crossings




Five weeks of traffic disruption are anticipated in Sudbury, as phased works take place to install a pair of new puffin crossings.

The first phase of the works will see the two one-way lanes in Girling Street, between the Sudbury Telephone Exchange and King Street, shut to traffic for two weeks, starting on Monday, August 19.

Diversions will be in place during this period via the B1115 Waldingfield Road, the A134 Northern Road, the A131 Newton Road and the A134 Springlands Way.

Two road signs in the UK. A close up view showing a road closed and diversion sign. It is a bright sunny day casting deep shadow.. (14955309)
Two road signs in the UK. A close up view showing a road closed and diversion sign. It is a bright sunny day casting deep shadow.. (14955309)

Following this, the second phase of works will begin on Monday, September 2, resulting in the three-week closure of the one-way lane in Newton Road, between the Sudbury Telephone Exchange and the access to Belle Vue Park.

Divisions will again take effect via the B1115 Waldingfield Road, the A134 Northern Road, the A131 Newton Road, King Street, Gainsborough Street, Gainsborough Road and Gregory Street.

Access to properties and businesses within the site will be managed by staff. For more information, call 0345 606 6171.



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