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Roadworks: Here are some of the roads in Suffolk you will want to avoid




Here is a list of some of the roads and routes across Suffolk to avoid in the next couple of weeks.

Beccles

Blyburgate: July 12 to 15. Road closure and diversions due to Suffolk County Council work.

Suffolk roadworks, diversions and closures.
Suffolk roadworks, diversions and closures.

Fair Close, Newgate and Station Road: July 6 (10pm) to July 9 (5am). Multi-way traffic signals due to work from BT work.

Brandon

Mundford Road: July 11 (11pm) to 12 (6am). Road closure and diversion route due to Network Rail works.

Bury St Edmunds

Market Throughfare: Until April 5, 2022. Diversion route due to works by Suffolk County Council.

Mill Road: July 5 to July 9. Delays possible due to roadworks by Suffolk County Council.

Pump Lane: Until July 4. Road closure due to works by Suffolk County Council.

Ridley Road: July 5 - July 10. Road closure and diversion route in place due to works by CityFibre.

St Andrew’s Street South: Until May 29, 2022. Scaffolding by the Cornhill development site causing some carriageway incursions. Works being carried out by Suffolk County Council.

Clare

Ashen Road: July 12 to 14. Road closure and diversion route due to Essex County Council work.

Felixstowe

High Street: July 7. Two-way traffic signals due to Suffolk County Council work.

Leopold Road and Orwell Road: July 12 (9am) to 16 (4.30pm). Road closures and diversion route due to Suffolk County Council work.

Hadleigh

Angel Street: July 5 to 7. Two-way traffic signals due to work from Anglian Water.

Market Place: Until April 9, 2022. Road closure and diversion route due to Suffolk County Council work.

Halesworth

Bramfield Road: July 9 (7pm) to 14 (7am). Road closure and diversion route due to Suffolk County Council work.

Bridge Street and Thoroughfare: Until February 13, 2022 (11.59pm). Road closure due to Suffolk County Council work.

Norwich Road: Until July 5. Two-way traffic signals due to work from Essex and Suffolk Water.

Haverhill

High Street and Queen Street: Until December 15, road closures due to Suffolk County Council work.

Ipswich

Ann Street: July 8 and 9. Road closure and diversion route due to CityFibre work.

Back Hamlet: July 5 to 7. Multi-way traffic signals due to work from Anglian Water.

Bucklesham Road: July 12 to 16. Road closure due to Cadent gas works.

George Lane: July 5 to 7. Multi-way traffic signals due to work from Anglian Water.

Peel Street. July 9 (7pm to 11pm). Multi-way traffic signals due to work from Suffolk County Council.

Lowestoft

Beach Mews: July 2 to 7. Road closure and diversion route due to CityFibre work.

Denmark Road and Rotterdam Road: Until April 1 2023. Multi-way traffic signals due to Suffolk County Council work.

Stanley Street: July 7 to 9. Road closure and diversions due to work from CityFibre.

Summer Road: Until July 6. Road closure and diversion route due to work from CityFibre.

Mildenhall

A1065: Until July 6 (11.59pm). Two-way traffic signals due to work from Anglian Water.

Newmarket

Palace Street: Until September 2021. Road closure due to Suffolk County Council work.

The Avenue: July 12 to 14. Two-way traffic signals due to work from Virgin Media.

Willie Snaith Road: June 30 to July 5. Two-way traffic signals due to work from Anglian Water.

Saxmundham

Brook Farm Road: July 12 to 14. Two-way traffic signals due to work from Essex and Suffolk Water.

Church Street: July 5 (10am) to 6 (3pm). Two-way traffic signals due to work from Suffolk County Council.

Stowmarket

Combs Ford and Ipswich Road: July 12 (8.30am) to 16 (3.30pm). Multi-way traffic signals due to Suffolk County Council work.

Sudbury

Market Hill: Until December 26 (11.59pm), road closure due to Suffolk County Council work.

Woodbridge

Ipswich Road: July 7 (10am to 3pm). Two-way traffic signals due to Suffolk County Council work.

Station Road: July 5 (8.30am) to 9 (3.30pm). Traffic control (give and take) due to Suffolk County Council work.

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