A section of Colliery Way will close tonight so fencing can be removed.
The site compound area off Lambley Lane is being taken down as part of the demobilisation of the construction site that has been in place since January 2020.
As part of the site demobilisation, temporary fencing that has been in place along the route to keep the site safe and secure needs to be taken down.
The council say most of this can be done with no impact to the travelling public, however there is a section on the uphill link of Colliery Way between the five-arm roundabout and Mapperley Plains that can now only be accessed from the road.
This means that from 6pm tonight (Wednesday 3), there will be a closure in place on the uphill section to allow for the site team to remove this section of temporary fencing both safely and efficiently.
The downhill section of Colliery Way from Mapperley Plains will be unaffected. The closure will be in place for a number of hours.
At the five-arm roundabout, traffic should use the Arnold Lane link that joins up to Mapperley Plains. All manoeuvres are permissible at the traffic light junctions, but please bear in mind that turning right may take a bit longer due to the phasing of the lights.
As soon as the fencing is removed, the temporary closure will be taken off.
A spokesman for Nottinghamshire County Council said: “We would once again like to thank you for your patience and hope that you are enjoying using the new Colliery Way.”