Road closures will be in place throughout Moy – with diversions in place – when a £120,000 improvements scheme starts next weekend.
Resurfacing works, starting on Sundy, August 6, will be carried out in two sections. Works will focus on Charlemont Street, from the junction of Killyman Street for a distance of 150 metres, and then Killyman Street, from the junction of Charlemont Street, for a distance of 250 metres.
The works will provide a new asphalt surface and structural improvement to the road at this busy junction and will address ongoing maintenance problems.
To ensure the safety of road users and those carrying out the work it will be necessary to close Charlemont Street to traffic in both directions from 6am next Sunday until 6am on Thursday, August 10.
Killyman Street will be closed from 6am next Sunday until 6am the following Sunday, August 13.
Local access for residents and businesses will be facilitated during the works.
Diversions for southbound traffic from Dungannon and Moy will be via Blackwatertown, with northbound traffic from Armagh via Blackwatertown through Benburb to Dungannon.
Diversion for Killyman Street traffic will be via Charlemont, Ardress, Annaghmore and Killyman.
All diversion routes will be fully signposted.
Motorists should allow extra time for their journey.