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Resurfacing works to take place on Little Coates Road

2:52 pm, Wednesday, 10th March 2021 - 3 years ago

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From Monday 15 March, overnight resurfacing works will be taking place on and around Little Coates Road and Cambridge Road for just over three weeks.

The work will take place in five different sections and is part of the council’s annual maintenance programme which will see the carriageway fully resurfaced between the new Little Coates Road roundabout and the Toothill roundabout, as well as a small section at the junction of Little Coates Road and Bradley Crossroads.

We will also carry out final resurfacing as part of the Little Coates/Cambridge Road roundabout upgrade scheme.

There are a couple of areas which need to be revisited on Cambridge Road where the tarmac needs to be replaced as an issue has been identified with the materials used. However, this will be incorporated as part of the wider final resurfacing work and will be at no additional cost to the council.

The works will take place overnight and will see full road closures from 7.30pm until 5.30am in a number of different locations as the works move along these stretches of road. The road will be open over the weekends.

Residents will be able to access their properties but only when escorted by a marshal due to the nature of the works and to ensure the safety of everyone. There will be no access for through traffic. Diversion signs will be in place.

Bus routes will be affected to varying degrees during the works so please check with Stagecoach regarding any changes to your normal route and bus stop. Service updates are available at www.stagecoachbus.com/regional-service-updates/east-midlands/grimsby-cleethorpes.

We would like to apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused during the works which are essential to maintain and improve the road surface in these busy locations.

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