A £150,000 carriageway resurfacing scheme on Scotch Street, Moy Road, Portadown, will commence on Monday, January 22.
The 1,100 metres of carriageway resurfacing will deliver significant improvements to both the structural integrity and surface of the road. Work is expected to be completed by Friday, February 2.
A road closure will be necessary during the duration of the works which will be in effect from 7.30am to 4pm Monday to Friday, with full access permitted during the weekend.
Local access will be maintained at all times during the scheme. Traffic will be diverted via the Moy Road, Grange Road, Red Lion Road, Loughgall Road and Corcrain Road.
In order to help ensure the safety of road users and road workers the public is asked to comply with all temporary traffic restrictions and to drive with care when travelling through, or in the vicinity, of the works.
The Department has programmed the works operations and traffic management arrangements to minimise any inconvenience, however, drivers should expect some delays and are advised to leave additional time when travelling in the area.
The above work is subject to favourable weather conditions and the Department will keep the public informed of any change.
For more information about this and other improvement schemes visit: www.TrafficwatchNI.com.
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