Good progress on completion works for Lincoln Eastern Bypass means road closures in Branston will not be needed.
Final completion works began on Lincoln Road, Branston at the start of September, with the road scheduled for weekend closures for up to six weeks.
The final two weekends of closures (October 3-5 and October 10-12) will now not be necessary due to the progress of works made on the road.
Cllr Richard Davies, executive member for highways at Lincolnshire County Council, said: “I’m happy to announce that we were able to complete our works near the new Lincoln Road roundabout this past weekend.
“As a result, we won’t need to close the road this weekend or the weekend after, like we originally planned.
“This means we can avoid the disruption these closures would have caused, news that I’m sure will be welcomed by those living and travelling in and around Branston.”
Work near the Greetwell Road roundabout will continue over the coming weeks, starting at 6am on Saturday mornings and finishing at 6am on Mondays.
Temporary traffic lights have been in place from 9.30am to 3.30pm, Monday to Friday since September 14, and will be there for another four weeks.
The upcoming weekend road closures for Greetwell Road are as follows:
- Saturday, October 3 to Monday, October 5
- Saturday, October 10 to Monday, October 12
- Saturday, October 17 to Monday, October 19
- Saturday, October 24 to Monday, October 26
The diversion route for the Greetwell Road closures will be via Outer Circle Road / Bunkers Hill / A158 Wragby Road / Kennel Lane / Hawthorn Road / Croft Lane / Church Lane / Fiskerton Road, and vice versa.