Some closures due as roadworks announced

Some closures due as roadworks announced

Some closures due as roadworks announced

First published in News by , Reporter

A SERIES of road improvement works will continue next week, with some road closures in place while work is carried out.

Bucks County Council has announced the following treatment and surfacing works for next week, which include several routes in High Wycombe:

Tuesday 27 May – Tuesday 3 June: A40 Oxford Road, Gerrards Cross. Night works carried out with a road closure

Monday 2 June- Friday 6 June: Potkiln Lane, Jordans. Daytime works carried out with a road closure

Monday 2 June- Monday 9 June: Elm Road, Penn. Daytime works carried out using temporary traffic lights

Tuesday 3 June: Arundel Road, High Wycombe. Daytime preparatory works including tree cutting carried out using 'give and take' and 'stop and go' traffic controls

Wednesday 4 June - Friday 6 June: Windsor Road, Gerrards Cross. Night works carried out with a road closure

Thursday 5 June - Tuesday 10 June: Arundel Road/Warwick Avenue/Carisbrook Road/Rydal Way, High Wycombe. Daytime works carried out with an informal road closure Transport for Buckinghamshire has asked motorist to park theur cars away from the roads or footways near where the works are due to take place.

If work dates change, which may happen in the event of bad weather, the advance warning boards on site will be updated to show the new dates.

Further information about this work can be found on Transport for Buckinghamshire’s service information centre at: www.buckscc.gov.uk/transport

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6:15pm Sat 31 May 14

Mr Totterdge Hill says...

So little and oh so late!
So little and oh so late! Mr Totterdge Hill
  • Score: 5

11:14pm Sat 31 May 14

delb88 says...

Micklefield Road outside Murco, I'm thinking of filling the holes with water and using them as a paddling pool, they're deep enough !
Micklefield Road outside Murco, I'm thinking of filling the holes with water and using them as a paddling pool, they're deep enough ! delb88
  • Score: 5

11:59pm Sat 31 May 14

s6blr says...

WARNING

Don't take wycombe road from Marlow to Handy across or you'll wreck you car with all the jokes, trenched road surface and deadly drain holes.

Certain damages will apply to those foolish enough to use the road!

You have been warned.....
WARNING Don't take wycombe road from Marlow to Handy across or you'll wreck you car with all the jokes, trenched road surface and deadly drain holes. Certain damages will apply to those foolish enough to use the road! You have been warned..... s6blr
  • Score: 4

11:46pm Sun 1 Jun 14

valleyviewboy says...

Giving notice of some traffic works four days after they've started? This sort of journalism is even worse than shoddy! Surely the council(s) must have given much more ample notice than that!
Giving notice of some traffic works four days after they've started? This sort of journalism is even worse than shoddy! Surely the council(s) must have given much more ample notice than that! valleyviewboy
  • Score: 2

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