Warning over reset work at King’s Lynn traffic lights

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Motorists are being warned of potential disruption as they travel in and out of Lynn today because of work to reset traffic lights at key junctions.

Engineers are set to turn off the signals at the junction of Hardwick Road and Nar Ouse Way this morning and the junction of Blackfriars Road and St James Road this afternoon.

Police will be called in to direct traffic while the lights are switched off. It is expected that the work will take around an hour in each location.

Norfolk County Council officials have apologised for any inconvenience caused to drivers, but say the switch-off, which will take place outside peak traffic periods, is the final stage of projects to update the signals at several junctions. Much of the work has already taken place without disruption to traffic.

Work was due to take place yesterday at the Hardwick Road junctions with Scania Way and Hansa Road, while the lights at the junction of John Kennedy Road and Loke Road will also be reset if time allows, or rescheduled if not.