These improvements will enable traffic to move through the junctions more efficiently due to improved traffic signals which monitor traffic levels. The improvements will also offer a safer route to work and school and for pedestrians and cyclists.
The benefits of scheme on completion will be:
- Reduced congestion, improved journey times, keeping traffic moving
- Safe and reliable routes for cyclists and pedestrians
- Modern and efficient traffic signal equipment
You can view the location of the junctions (PDF, 198KB).
Dates and timescales
|Dates||Monday 24 July 2017 to Saturday 2 September 2017|
|Locations||Bell Lane / Main Road junction, Kesgrave and Beech Road / Woodbridge Road junction, Rushmere St Andrew|
|Overnight working times||7.30pm - 5.30am|
Suffolk Highways have planned these improvements to be delivered during the school holidays to minimise disruption on this key route and works will be undertaken overnight to further reduce the time on site during the day.
The dates of these works may be subject to change due to uncontrollable factors, such as periods of bad weather. Updates will be provided in the below tab if a delay occurs.
Further information and updates about these works
Read about each phase and advise about gaining access to properties and businesses in the roadworks area.
Phase 1 - Bell Lane/ Main Road junction - 24 July to 12 August
Phase 2 - Beech Road/ Woodbridge Road junction - 14 August to 2 September
Update - Beech Road/ Woodbridge Road overnight resurfacing
Working hours and traffic management
Information for businesses and residents
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