County Road North flyover will re-open ahead of schedule
The County Road North flyover, which has been closed for essential maintenance, will re-open weeks ahead of schedule, the council say.
The flyover, which was closed last Tuesday, was due to undergo a seven week programme of repairs.
However, the council today announced the road will be re-opened in just over two weeks. The move will cost more money but is hoped to alleviate the traffic problems that have plagued the area throughout the week.
Graham Hall, Assistant Head of Transport and Asset Management, announced earlier today: “Following on from a review earlier today we are pleased that County Road North flyover will re-open well ahead of the estimated opening date of week ending 11 November.
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“The works carried out to date have removed some of the damaged concrete and allowed our engineers to reassess the extent of works required.
"In doing so, they have taken particular regard to the traffic problems caused by the closure and have identified ways in which the final phases can be completed after the flyover has been re-opened to traffic, albeit at an increased cost.
“However, to complete this phase of the works the flyover will continue to be closed to traffic until around weekend of 13/14 October.
"We apologise for any inconvenience and disruption this has caused to drivers caused by this necessary closure.”