A11 closures to take place

PUBLISHED: 17:36 12 September 2014 | UPDATED: 17:36 12 September 2014

Photos for A11 Suppliment. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Photos for A11 Suppliment. Picture: Matthew Usher.

© Archant Norfolk 2014

There will be overnight lane closures on the A11 next week as work to dual the road enters its final months.

The closures will take place on the approaches to the Fiveways roundabout at Barton Mills from 7pm to 6am from Monday, September 15, to Saturday, September 20.

Work on the road is due to be completed by winter of this year, with the Highways Agency saying it is on schedule.

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