5 roadworks to be aware of in Suffolk this week
Roadworks are taking place throughout Suffolk between September 27 and October 3.
For a stress-free commute to work or planned day out, here are five roadworks you should be aware of:
A1308 - Stowmarket
Part of the A1308 in Stowmarket near the A14 will be closed from Wednesday, September 29 until Friday, October 1 to allow structural survey works to be carried out.
A 5.4 mile diversion route has been put in place which should take around 10 minutes.
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Westerfield Road will be closed overnight between Saturday, October 2 and Sunday, October 3 to allow Network Rail to carry out some essential works.
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A 19.3 mile diversion will be in place which is expected to add on around 45 minutes.
B1438 - Wickham Market
The B1438 will be closed until Saturday, October 2 to allow Suffolk County Council to carry out some roadworks.
A 6.7 mile diversion will been put in place while the roadworks are carried out.
Heath Road - Woolpit
Openreach are carrying out works on Sunday, October 3 leaving Heath Road closed between 8am and 4pm on the Sunday.
A 5.5 mile diversion route will be in place which should take around 15 minutes.
Bury Road - Great Barton
UK Power Networks are carrying out essential works meaning the Bury Road will be closed from Thursday, September 30 until Thursday, October 7.
A 5.6 mile diversion route has been put in place.