Bristol news Scheme to rid village of potholes to start this month MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - The work is expected to take five weeks to complete and disruption is likely
Breaking News ! A major scheme to rid roads in Pill of potholes is to start this month. The resurfacing scheme, which will take up to five weeks to complete, will also include footway patching and kerbing repairs. Roads that will be resurfaced are Lodway (from the Pill Memorial Club to Heywood Road), Heywood Road (from Lodway to Ham Green) and Ham Green (from Heywood Road to 50 Ham Green, just south of Macrae Road). The work, costing £190,000 will be completed using staged road closures but temporary traffic signals will be used where possible. Work is due to get underway on January 18. North Somerset Council's executive member with responsibility for roads Councillor James Tonkin said this was a major scheme that would dramatically improve the roads for all users. "We appreciate that this scheme will be disruptive and we would urge everyone to be patient while it is completed.
." The majority of the work will be completed between 8.30am and 5pm with an overnight road closure in place on February 12 between 8pm and 5am. Get the biggest stories from across Bristol straight to your inbox A diversion route will be clearly signed and there will be some disruption to public transport. For more information visit www.n-somerset.gov.uk/roadworks
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