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A4174 resurfacing to take place overnight and at weekends

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Published: 05/05/2016

We are resurfacing the A4174 ring road between Rosary and Dramway roundabouts from 6 to 18 May, which will involve roadworks taking place overnight and at weekends.

This work is part of the Challenge Fund project, and will involve removing the existing road surface and laying a new one. In order to carry out this work as efficiently as possible and to minimise disruption to local residents and businesses, the A4174 will be completely closed in both directions between Lyde Green and Siston Hill overnight and at weekends.

During weekdays, work will start at approximately 8pm and take place overnight until approximately 6am (please note that adverse weather conditions may affect these times and dates). On the weekends, there will be complete closure from approximately 8pm Friday evening until approximately 6am the following Monday morning.

Diversion routes will be in place and will be clearly signed throughout the duration of the closures.

We have informed local residents and businesses ahead of the closures and have also communicated with businesses located in other enterprise areas in case these closures affect their distribution network. We have additionally notified the emergency services and advised them of access routes during the closures.

South Gloucestershire Council’s Head of Street Care and transport Mark King said: “It’s important that we carry out these essential resurfacing works now, before the surface deteriorates any further.
“We are carrying out the work overnight and at weekends to minimise disruption to commuters and local residents. Alternative routes will be clearly signposted whilst the works are in progress.
“We understand this may cause some inconvenience, noise and disruption to you, and we would like to apologise in advance and kindly ask for your patience whilst the works are taking place.”

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