August 9, 2018 11.58 am This story is over 66 months old

Closures for Wragby Road resurfacing works

The next round of closures.

The next phase of resurfacing works has been outlined for the Wragby Road area in Lincoln this month.

Resurfacing and nighttime road closures planned as part of the Outer Circle Road junction widening scheme will take place over 11 evenings starting on Monday, August 13.

Subject to weather conditions, the works are locations are:

  • Wragby Road East/Bunkers Hill (see red section on attached map)
    7pm till 5am
    August 13, 14 & 15 (three evenings)
    Diversion route – Bunkers Hill / Wragby Road East – via A158 to Nettleham Road to Ruskin Avenue, and vice versa
  • Outer Circle Road (see purple section on attached map)
    7pm till 5am
    August 16, 21 & 29 (three evenings)
    Diversion route – Outer Circle Drive – via Bunkers Hill to A158 to Nettleham Road, and vice versa
  • Outer Circle Drive (see yellow section on attached map)
    6.30pm till 5am
    August 17 & 20 (two evenings)
    Diversion route – Carlton Boulevard – use the Hawthorn Rd exit during the works
  • Wragby Road West (see green section on attached map)
    7pm till 5am
    August 22, 23 & 28 (three evenings)
    Diversion route – Outer Circle Road – via Wragby Road to Greetwell Road, and vice versa

The Wragby Road improvement project has been ongoing for a number of months as part of a mission to reduce congestion in uphill Lincoln.

It is being funded using part of the £5.4 million allocated to Lincolnshire County Council by the Department for Transport from its National Productivity Investment Fund.

Cllr Richard Davies, executive member for highways, said previously: “The utility diversions associated with this project have proved to be more extensive than the utility companies originally suggested. This is largely due to previously unknown underground cables and equipment being discovered during excavations, which the plans provided to us by the utility companies didn’t identify.

“This, as well as carrying out some additional drainage, surfacing and kerbing improvements to further improve the highway network, has caused some minor delays to the project.

“We’re now expecting the entire project to be complete in August.”