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Heighington Road and Bloxholm Lane road closures planned for later this month

2 November 2017

The closures will allow Carillion to install new underground ducting across the carriageway as part of the Lincoln Eastern Bypass construction.

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A full road closure will be in place

Works on Heighington Road will take place Monday 20 November to Wednesday 22 November, and works on Bloxholm Lane will take place from Tuesday 21 November to Thursday 23 November, both from 7am to 7pm.

A full road closure will be in place for both sets of construction works.

The diversion route for the Heighington Road closure will be via Heighington Road, Church Hill, B1190 Washingborough Road, B1188 and Heighington Road and vice versa.

The diversion for the Bloxholm Lane closure will be via Bloxholm Lane, A15 Sleaford Road, B1178 and Bloxholm Lane and vice versa.

In addition, temporary 3-way traffic signals will be in place at Wragby Roundabout from Sunday 12 November for five weeks. The signals will be in operation from 730pm to 6am, Sunday to Thursday evenings (with the exception of Thursday 7 December).

Cllr Richard Davies, executive member for highways, said:

“Work on the bypass is progressing really well, and we’re still on track for having the new road open during October 2019. 

“We intend to do everything we can to minimise disruption throughout these works and any other works part of the Lincoln Eastern Bypass, and appreciate your patience while we work toward carrying out the city’s biggest road project in decades.”

For the latest news on the Lincoln Eastern Bypass, visit www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/leb.

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