Work to complete the new junction at Isle of Ely Way (A141) / Manea Road starts next week

PUBLISHED: 15:42 14 June 2018

Traffic signals are to be installed at the junction of Manea Road B1093 and the A141 Isle of Ely Way

Traffic signals are to be installed at the junction of Manea Road B1093 and the A141 Isle of Ely Way


The A141 Isle of Ely Way between Old Station Way and Eastwood End will be closed overnight from Tuesday June 19 for seven nights.

The work will involve completing the installation of new traffic lights on the Manea Road/A141 junction and resurfacing North of Manea Road up to Eastwood End.

The new traffic lights will be in operation when the road re-opens on Wednesday June 27.

To minimise disruption to the public, work will be carried out overnight between 8pm and 6am and a temporary 40 mile per hour speed limit will be in place during the day for safety reasons.

Drivers are urged to follow the signed diversion route and access to properties will be maintained as much as possible.


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