5 roadworks for Suffolk motorists to be aware of this week
Roadworks will be taking place throughout Suffolk this week, with diversions in place to take motorists to their destinations.
Here are five to plan your journey around this week.
Part of Belstead Road near Girton Way in Ipswich will be closed from Wednesday, January 12 until Friday, January 21 so that essential roadworks can be carried out.
A 1.6 mile diversion route has been put in place with motorists using Stoke Park Drive as an alterative route.
Market Hill in Sudbury will be closed from Monday, January 10 until Wednesday, January 19 so that planned roadworks can be carried out.
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Motorists will still have access to the car park on Market Hill and King Street while roadworks are being carried out.
Westgate Street, near the BMI Hospital in Bury St Edmunds will be closed from Thursday, January 13 until Friday, January 21 while CityFibre carry out essential works.
A short 0.3 mile diversion has been put in place which is only expected to add on around five minutes to journeys.
Felixstowe Road in Martlesham will be closed from 9am to 3.30pm on Monday, January 10 to allow Suffolk County Council to carry out works.
A 1.2 mile diversion has been put in place with part of the route going onto the A12, and is only expected to add on five minutes to journeys.
Cemetery Road in Newmarket will be closed from Monday, January 10 until Friday, January 28 to allow essential works to be carried out.
A short 1.4 mile diversion route has been put in place which should add on around five minutes to people's journeys.
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