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Temporary traffic lights to be installed at Burton Road junction due to Gedling Access Road works


Temporary traffic lights will be installed on a section of the A612 while further works on the Gedling Access Road take place.

Contraflow signals will be in place at the Burton Road junction between November 24-27 and will operate on an off-peak basis between 9:30am and 3pm.

Access to properties will be maintained while the signals are in operation and motorists are advised to allow extra time for journeys through the area.

Mike Barnett, Team Manager at Via East Midlands, said: “The designs of the Gedling Access Road includes a new traffic signal-controlled junction with the A612 and Burton Road.

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Burton Road Junction with Gedling Access Road
The Burton Road junction with the A612 where work is taking place on the Gedling Access Road (PHOTO: Gedling Eye)

“Before the junction can re-open to traffic, further surfacing works are needed, and the installation of temporary traffic signals will allow our teams to carry out this work as safely and efficiently as possible.

“We are working hard to keep delays to a minimum for motorists by operating the signals at off-peak times.

“Once again we would like to thank residents and motorists for their ongoing understanding and patience whilst we work in the area.”

Once complete, the new Gedling Access Road will provide a link between the B684 Mapperley Plains and the A612.

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