Two-way temporary traffic lights will be in place between Skellingthorpe Road and Dixon Street on Sunday October 21 for five days through half term.
The works, which are set to take place outside rush hour periods, are to create a hardstanding area within the grass verge for the pedestrian crossing to allow the Lincolnshire Road Safety Partnership to park and monitor speeds along the road.
The traffic lights will be in place during the day on Sunday with occasional, short duration use during the week.
A highways spokesperson from Lincolnshire County Council said: “We realise this is a busy route, so we’ve scheduled the works for the half-term break, when traffic is much lighter.
“In addition, the two-way lights won’t be in place during the morning and evening rush hours, which should minimise any disruption to motorists.
“We apologise for any inconvenience caused.”
More information about roadworks in the area can be found here.