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Watch out for these roadworks across Gedling borough over the next few weeks

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Drivers are being warned to expect traffic and travel delays due to roadworks across Gedling Borough during the next few weeks.

This list contains only the roadworks considered to be most likely to cause delays on key routes as well as those involving road closures and temporary traffic lights.

It is not an exhaustive list and does not feature some minor or emergency repairs that come up after publication. Other roadworks may finish or start before schedule or be cancelled altogether.

All information from Highways England, local authorities and utility companies.

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CARLTON

Albert Avenue

October 19 — 24

Delays possible – Traffic control (Stop/Go boards)

Carlton Hill

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October 15 — 19

Delays possible – Some carriageway incursion

GEDLING

Main Road

October 19 — 21

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Delays likely – Traffic control (Stop/Go boards)

Florence Road

October 19 — 24

Delays possible – Traffic control (Stop/Go boards)

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MAPPERLEY

Fernleigh Avenue

October 19 — 23

Delays likely – Road closure

Hallam Road

October 20

Delays possible – Traffic control (multi-way signals)

Moore Road

October 20

Delays possible – Traffic control (multi-way signals)

Works location: 26 Moore Road Porchester Gardens NG3 6EJ (Footway)

Porchester Road

October 20

Delays possible – Traffic control (multi-way signals)

Works location: 26 Moore Road Porchester Gardens NG3 6EJ (Footway)

WOODTHORPE

Breck Hill Road

October 19 — 25

Delays likely – Road closure

Gresham Gardens

October 19 — 24

Delays possible – Traffic control (Stop/Go boards)

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