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

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The M1 motorway will be closed on Saturday and Sunday, from 10pm until 6am.

The closure is between junctions 39 and 40, so that lanes can be narrowed ahead of work to install a concrete safety barrier.

Oakenshaw Lane, in Crofton, will be closed at the railway bridge on Wednesday, from 9.30am until 3pm, so that the bridge can be repaired.

North Avenue, in Wakefield, will be closed until Wednesday, from 9.30am until 3.30pm.

Temporary lights will be in place on Snydale Road, in Normanton, at the junction with Favell Avenue, until tomorrow while a gas main is replaced.

Left turns from Prospect Road, in Ossett, onto Dale Street, and right turns from Dale Street onto Prospect Road, have been banned while a gas main is replaced.

Diversons are in place along Church Street, Dewsbury Road and Kingsway.

Temporary lights will be in place on Ferry Lane, in Stanley, at the junction with Aberford Road, until Sunday while a gas main is replaced.

The whole of Lee Street, in the city centre, will remain closed until the end of October due to work being done at the town hall.

Temporary lights will be in place on Balne Lane, from Cliff Park Avenue to St Christophers Walk, until Friday, September 6, while a gas main is replaced.

Moorhouse Avenue, in Darnley, will be closed from Darnley Avenue to Beckley Road, until Monday, September 2 due to electricity works.

Diversions are in place along Beckley Road, Victoria Avenue and Darnley Avenue, and vice versa.

Back Lane will be closed at the railway bridge until Sunday, September 22, from 10pm until 6am, so that the bridge can be repaired.

Diversions are in place along Parliament Street, Westgate and Mulberry Way.

The carrageway on Dewsbury Road, Wakefield, is still narrowed between Broadway and Neville Road as developers prepare to build a new housing estate.