Roadworks will be taking place on a number of busy routes across Derby this week as the Bank Holiday weekend comes to an end.
Work is set to get under way in Alvaston, Borrowash, and Littleover over the coming days, with motorists warned to expect delays.
Major resurfacing projects which started at Spider Island, in Allenton, and Stuart Street, in Derby city centre, in March are expected to be completed by the end of this week.
Some other routes are also due to undergo roadworks this week, according to the city council’s website and roadworks collaboration site one.network.
We’ve put together a list of roadworks taking place in the city and wider county, which is correct as of the evening of Monday, May 3.
If you know of any traffic and roadworks problems in your area which are not listed below, please email email@example.com.
Shardlow Road, Alvaston
CityFibre telecoms works will see temporary traffic lights in operation near the roundabout where Shardlow Road meets Bembridge Drive and Keldholme Lane.
Work is expected to take three days to complete, starting tomorrow, Tuesday, May 4, and completed by 5pm on Thursday, May 6, according to the one.network website.
Victoria Avenue, Borrowash
Openreach is set to carry out three days of roadworks in Victoria Avenue from tomorrow, Tuesday, May 4.
Temporary traffic lights are expected to be in force as work is carried out near the A52 slip roads until Thursday, May 6, according to the one.network website.
Douglas Street, Derby
Three days of roadworks are set to take place in Douglas Street, near its junction with Osmaston Road this week.
According to the one.network website, traffic control stop/go boards will be in operation to allow the Derby City Council works to be carried out from Tuesday, May 4, until Thursday, May 6.
Manor Road, Littleover
Derby City Council are set to be working in Manor Road from Wednesday, May 5 until Friday, May 7.
A lane closure is expected to be in force to allow work to be carried out near the road’s junction with Eastwood Drive, according to the one.network website.
Grampian Way, Sinfin
Derby City Council resurfacing works, which got under way last week, are expected to completed by Monday, May 17.
Part of the road will be closed between the roundabout where motorists can reach Sinfin Lane and its junction with Ballater Close during times when work is taking place.
A signed diversion will be in place for affected motorists, via Stenson Road, Kenilworth Avenue, Sinfin Lane.
A spokesperson for the city council said: “As this is a very busy through route, works are restricted and will not start until 9.30am this helps bus services and residents that are travelling to nearby schools.
“The works end time will be 5pm when temporary traffic signals are in use and 3.30pm during any road closure periods.”
Spider Island, Allenton
Work to resurface the busy Allenton roundabout is expected to be completed this week, bringing a six-week Derby City Council project to an end.
All of the approaches to the roundabout, from Osmaston Park Road, Harvey Road, Osmaston Road, and Chellaston Road, are also being resurfaced as part of the project.
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Work is taking place between 8am and 5pm on weekdays and is expected to be completed by Friday, May 7.
During each phase of the work, sections of the roundabout and some approaches to it will be closed to traffic, during which times signed diversion routes will be in operation.
Stuart Street, Derby city centre
Major resurfacing work, which got under way in Stuart Street in March, is expected to be completed this week.
A full reconstruction of the road surface is being carried out by Derby City Council, and is expected to be completed by Friday, May 7.
Work is being carried out between 8am and 5pm each day, with a diversion route in place and one-way traffic orders temporarily suspended.