Three weeks of overnight closures will begin on the A52 in Derby this week.
Major resurfacing works will be taking place on Brian Clough Way, between the Wyvern and Pentagon Island, from 8pm until 6am on weeknights.
Some other city routes are also due to undergo roadworks this week, according to the one.network and city council websites.
We’ve put together a list – correct as of the evening of Sunday, June 28 – of the roadworks taking place in the city.
A52 Brian Clough Way
Major resurfacing works on the A52 will get under way tomorrow, Monday, June 29.
Work will be carried out on weeknights between 8pm and 6am until Friday, July 17.
Temporary road closures will be in force on both carriageways, between the Wyvern and Pentagon Island, including slip roads.
A diversion route will be in place, according to the Derby City Council website.
Following the successful installation of the new A52 footbridge last month, the city council gave the go-ahead for the resurfacing scheme.
London Road, Derby
Work will be taking place near the road’s junction with Ascot Drive early this week.
Derby City Council works will be under way on Monday, June 29 and Tuesday, June 30.
Traffic control give and take measures will be in place as work is carried out near the road’s junction with Rugby Street.
Willn Street, Derby
A temporary road closure will be in place this week from the road’s junction with Almond Street to its junction with Upper Dale Road.
Derby City Council works will be under way between Monday, June 29 and Thursday, July 2.
Wiltshire Road, Chaddesden
Roadworks will get under way in Wiltshire Road next weekend.
A temporary one-way closure will be in place from the road’s junction with Durham Avenue to its junction with Nottingham Road in a southerly direction only.
The work is set to be carried out on Sunday, July 5 and Monday, July 6, according to the Derby City Council website.
Sitwell Street, Spondon
A major resurfacing scheme, which began on Monday, June 15, will continue in Spondon this week.
The Derby City Council scheme is expected to take another three weeks to complete.
Around 7,250 square metres of road surface will be repaired in total, the authority says.
Work is being carried out between 8am and 5pm every weekday, with road closures in place in stages.