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A11 works, scheduled for around six weeks, could see more disruption for drivers





The A11 is set for disruption for around six weeks from next Monday due to upgrades on LED lighting.

National Highways has said it is continuing to cut carbon emissions with the work that will take place on the A11 Wymondham bypass.

Between 8pm and 6am work will take place at the junctions of Tuttles Lane, Browick Road and Spooner Row Interchanges.

The works have been scheduled for six weeks.
The works have been scheduled for six weeks.

The work will be done in stages and will see different sections closed off during the time and diversion for drivers will be in place.

The exit slip road at the northbound intersection at Spooner Row will be closed from 8pm on February 19 to 6am on February 27, then the entry slip road will be shut from 8pm on February 28 to 6am on March 1.

At the Tuttles Lane northbound, the exit slip road will be closed from 8pm on March 4 until 6am on March 5 – the entry slip road will then be shut from 8pm on March 6 until 6am on March 8.

National Highways has advised drivers to check its website for changes to diversion routes before travelling.



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