Over £200,000 has been earmarked for a road improvement scheme in the Loughgall area.
Infrastructure Minister Chris Hazzard announced works on the B77 Red Lion Road will begin early next month.
Resurfacing – at a cost in the region of £205,000 – will take place on approximately 2.7 kilometres of the road, from Lissheffield Road to Red Lion Crossroads.
Work is expected to be complete by Monday, October 24.
Minister Hazzard said: “This investment will deliver significant improvements on the B77 in the Loughgall area and serve the community for many years.”
To help ensure the safety of road users and contractors, traffic management will be in place. Any diversions will be well sign posted and local access will be maintained.
The Department has planned the works operations and traffic management to minimise any inconvenience however, drivers should expect some delays and are advised to leave additional time when travelling in the area.