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Roadwatch: your weekly guide to disruption on Wakefield’s roads

Road works on Denby Dale Road, Wakefield are causing long tailbacks.

Road works on Denby Dale Road, Wakefield are causing long tailbacks.

Durkar Lane in Crigglestone remains closed while water sewers for a new housing estate are installed. Delays are expected until August 31.

Doncaster Road in Crofton will be closed from 10pm on Saturday, April 19 until 8am on Sunday, April 20, while bridge works take place. Temporary traffic lights will be in place from Monday to Friday between 9.30am and 3.30pm while the works take place.

Temporary traffic lights will be in place on Painthorpe Lane in Hall Green on Monday, April 14 while works to an overhead powerline are carried out.

Temporary traffic lights will be in place on Spring End Road in Horbury on Tuesday, April 15 while trees are cut.

Hill Top Road in Newmillerdam will be closed until Monday, April 14, while sewer connection works take place.

Hill Road in Newmillerdam will be closed on Wednesday, April 16 between 8am and 6pm while a new gas service is installed.

Manor Road in Ossett will be closed for around another four weeks while a new sewer is laid.

St Mary’s Avenue in Normanton will be closed until Thursday, April 17 while a sewer is repaired.

Temporary traffic lights will be in place on Dale Street in Ossett from Monday, April 14 for three weeks while gas mains are replaced.

Storrs Hill Road in Ossett will be closed on the weekends of April 12 and 13 and April 19 and 20 while bridge strengthening works take place.

Temporary traffic lights will be in place on Weeland Road in Sharlston on Tuesday, April 15 while a pedestrian crossing is refurbished.

Temporary traffic lights will be in place on Whinney Lane in Streethouse from Monday, April 14 for surface dressing preparatory works to take place.

One lane on Denby Dale Road into Wakefield will be closed for one week from Monday, April 14 while cabling works are completed.

There will be lane closures on Marsh Way in Wakefield on Monday, April 14 from 7pm while new signage is put onto a shop.

 

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