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

Share this article

Temporary traffic lights will be on Dennington Lane, Crigglestone, for two weeks from Tuesday while workers renew the permanent lights.

Lingwell Gate Lane, in Lofthouse, will continue to have temporary two-way traffic lights until Monday, while the road resurfaced.

A new water supply will be installed under Blacker Lane, in Netherton, from Monday until Friday, resulting in temporary lights.

Back Church Lane, in Normanton, will be closed for two weeks from Tuesday, while gas mains are replaced.

Temporary traffic lights will continue to be in place on Swine Lane, in Nostell, to allow for clay extraction vehicles to cross the road. Work is due to last until October 11.

Work to replace gas mains on Ferry Lane, Stanley, mean traffic will be controlled by temporary lights until September 27.

Sewer works mean temporary traffic lights will be in place on several roads in Stanley from Monday to Thursday. They include Baker Lane, Long Causeway, Lake Lock Road and Rooks Nest Road.

Lee Street, Wakefield, continues to be closed while work is carried out on the town hall.

Back Lane, Wakefield, will be closed until next Sunday while the railway bridge is repaired.

New speed cameras will be installed on Leeds Road, Wakefield. Temporary traffic lights will be in place until September 25.

A lane will be closed on Denby Dale Road, Wakefield, from Monday until Wednesday, between 9.30am and 3.30pm.

Bread Street, Wakefield, will be closed until September 27. Diversions will be in place