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Bournmoor resurfacing scheme

Published September 07, 2017 1.46pm


Motorists are warned of possible delays next week as resurfacing takes place in Bournmoor, County Durham.

Works starts on Sunday (10 September), when temporary traffic lights will be in place on the A1052, Rose Crescent and Primrose Hill.

From Monday, 11 September to Thursday, 14 September, a section of Rose Crescent from the A1052 roundabout will be closed between 9.30am and 3.30pm.

The closure will also apply to a short stretch of Primrose Hill eastwards from the roundabout.

The A1052 will remain open with two-way traffic lights in place.

Temporary lights will again be in place on Friday, 15 September while the final stages of the scheme are carried out.

Diversion

A diversion will be in place taking traffic approaching the south side of the roundabout north west to the junction with the  A182 at Houghton Gate then easterly on the A183 to the junction with Rose Crescent and vice versa.

Vehicles under seven feet can use Lambton Lane.

John Reed, our head of technical services, said: "We appreciate that these works, which are part of our ongoing programme to maintain the county's road network, may cause some disruption for motorists.

"We have tried to limit the impact on motorists but would like to thank people in advance for their patience."

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