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Resurfacing work to start on a section of Wisbech Road


By Lynn News Reporter


Work to resurface the carriageway on a section of Wisbech Road, between the Free Bridge and junction with Saddlebow Road, is set to start on Sunday, July 29.

Officials say the work, which is expected to take two weeks to complete, will see an old worn-out road surface replaced and will include the reconstruction of the existing raised tabled at the toucan crossing and speed bumps.

Road closed sign.
Road closed sign.

The work will be carried out in sections and although access for residents will be maintained as far as possible there will be times when sections of the carriageway, including vehicle accesses and parking bays will be unavailable to cars.

During these times residents will be asked to park their vehicles at alternative locations.

In order to minimise disruption and reduce the duration of the road closure it is the contractor’s intention to carry out the works in full day shifts.



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