Roadworks to watch out for in Burton in the coming weeks
It will be another busy week of roadworks in and around Burton as drivers are urged to plan ahead. Temporary traffic lights will again be in place at various locations in the town while work is carried out. All of the work is being carried out according to roadworks website One.network between Monday, September 19 and Sunday, September 25.
Hopefully this list will allow drivers to avoid some of the nightmare traffic tailbacks which inevitably arrive when the traffic lights are put up. Firstly, Staffordshire County Council will be working in Lichfield Street to disconnect and remove the existing bollards and install new flexi bollards. This will be carried out from Thursday to Monday, September 22 to 26.
TOP STORY: Roadworks to begin at major A38 junction near Burton Severn Trent will be working in Ashby Road, on Burton Bridge and Stapenhill Road overnight on Thursday, September 22. According to the website this will be from 9pm to 1am the following morning to allow for maintenance work.
Phone company O2 will be working in St Peter's Street, Stanton Road, Spring Terrace Road and Woods Lane for utility repair and maintenance works. This will be carried out from Tuesday to Friday, September 20 to 23. South Staffs Water will be working in Rosliston Road from Tuesday to Thursday, September 20 to 23, for utility repair and maintenance works.
In Winshill, Virgin Media will be working in Bladon Street and North Street from Tuesday to Thursday, September 20 to 22. In Rolleston, Station Road will be closed from tomorrow, Monday, September 19, to January 20 for work being carried out by Staffordshire County Council. This includes reconstruction of the drainage system, kerbing and replacement of carriageway constructed layers.
There will be traffic controls with stop-and-go boards in Main Street, Branston, on Thursday, September 22. This is for highway drainage works opposite Pascal at the Old Vicarage. On the A38 northbound there will be a lane closure overnight near to Branston truck stop overnight on Tuesday, September 20.
This will be on the northbound carriageway for drainage investigation surveys. NEWSLETTER: Sign up for email alerts to StaffordshireLive straight to your inbox here READ NEXT