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The main roadworks in Norwich at the moment that you need to be aware of

Roadworks. Picture; Matthew Usher.

Roadworks. Picture; Matthew Usher.

© Archant Norfolk 2013

Across the city there are a number of planned roadworks taking place over the coming weeks that could cause delays.

Magdalen Street, Norwich: Lane closure as Norfolk County Council installs a new water connection from July 26 to July 28.

Marion Road, Norwich: Road closure due to Gulley Connection and carriageway re-levelling by Norfolk County Council from July 17 to July 23.

Ipswich Road, Eaton: Lane closure north and south of Daniels Road/Lakenham Road junctions to assist with resurfacing of middle lane of Daniels Road from July 24 to July 25.

Newmarket Road, Eaton: Lane closure as Norfolk County Council repair gully from July 20 to July 21.

MORE: Disruption for Norwich drivers as 14 weeks of work on Newmarket Road starts

Newmarket Road, Eaton: Traffic control, two-way signals, opposite Mount Pleasant as Norfolk County council remove traffic island from July 28 to July 29.

Colman Road, Norwich: Lane closure from A140 roundabout south for approximately 100m and between roundabout and Henderson Road on Earlham Road to assist with resurfacing works on July 25.

Guardian Road, Norwich: Lane closure for planned works by BT from July 18 to July 20.

Crown Road, Costessey: Road closure between Norwich Road and Sunny Grove for footway reconstruction between July 24 and September 1.

Morse Road, Thorpe St Andrew: Traffic control, stop/go boards, for surface dressing by Norfolk County Council from July 18 to July 20.

Salhouse Road, Rackheath: Traffic control, two-way signals, as Anglian Water carry out planned works from July 24 to July 26.

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