King’s Lynn bus station works continue as roadworks are scheduled

King's Lynn Bus Station, nearing Completion ANL-150625-111415009
King's Lynn Bus Station, nearing Completion ANL-150625-111415009
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The latest stage of work on a £1.6 million revamp of Lynn’s bus station is set to be completed this week, officials say.

The interchange re-opened last month, following the four month project.

But Norfolk County Council resident engineer Quentin Brogdale said: “The last area of slabbing, by the museum, is progressing and should be finished by the end of next week. When complete, the new bus drop-off point here will be opened and the barriers will be removed.”

Lines indicating the layout of the interchange, which is currently marked cones, will be painted shortly.

Meanwhile, resurfacing work is set to take place this Friday evening to repair the layby used by buses outside the town’s railway station. The inside land of Blackfriars Road will be closed during that period.

And Church Street will also be closed on Friday evening for surfacing works at the Millfleet mini-roundabout. The work has been scheduled to coincide with that at the railway station.