Road closures announced

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A series of road closures will be implemented in the coming days while Ministry of Public Works crews conduct resurfacing and remedial work.

On Saturday the inside lane of Crow Lane will be closed off from the roundabout to just west of Spurling Hill with traffic being diverted to the outside lane.

One Saturday and Sunday there will be a one lane closure between 7.30am and 5.30pm along Marsh Folly Road from Blackwatch Pass to the junction with St. Monica’s Road to allow for rock face remedial work.

Meanwhile on Sunday Trimingham Road will be closed to allow for the resurfacing of the Crow Lane Roundabout, while resurfacing work will also be taking place at the Paget traffic lights with traffic management measures.

Finally on Monday there will be a one-lane closure on St. David’s Road, near Dolly’s Bay Road, to repair a sea wall. This closure will continue for the rest of the week until completed.

All roadwork is weather dependant.

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Published Mar 16, 2017 at 4:40 pm (Updated Mar 16, 2017 at 5:08 pm)

Road closures announced

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