Work to repair potholes and cracking is due to take place along Milton Road next week.
The work will start on Monday 9 October from Kings Hedges road to Mitcham’s corner for approximately three weeks. During the day traffic will be managed on a stop and go basis between the hours of 9.30am – 3.30pm. There are planned works in place for four nights between the 19-24 October on the Junction of Arbury Road (for two nights) and Gilbert road (for two nights) between the hours of 9.30pm-6am. During this time the traffic will be managed by temporary lights.
Cambridgeshire County Council’s Chair of the Highways and Community Infrastructure Committee, Councillor Mathew Shuter said: “We are aware that condition of the road has been raised at several meetings and whilst we are looking to the future of Milton Road, through the Greater Cambridge Partnership’s scheme to provide quick, high-quality bus, cycling and walking trips along the stretch, in the meantime, we have asked a specialist contractor to come in and repair it. The road has potholes which are necessary to repair now.”
This is part of the County Council’s investment in regular maintenance of our roads to ensure they are reliable for drivers.