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Motorists told to expect disruption on Manor Way
9:27am Monday 6th August 2012 in News
The westbound carriageway between the M5 and Grange Island will be resurfaced and stretches of the road will be treated with anti-skid solution.
Work will begin on Monday, August 20 and should take three weeks, however, could take longer if the weather is bad.
There will be some lane closures and a reduction in the speed limit to 40mph but traffic on the eastbound carriageway should not be affected.
Councillor Judy Foster, Dudley Council cabinet member for transportation, said: “Following the successful resurfacing of the eastbound carriageway last January, this important work will tackle the
westbound stretch of the A456 Manor Way, improving driving conditions for motorists.“
She said: “We apologise for any inconvenience and aim to keep disruption to a minimum by working at night during the first week and between 9.30am and 3.30pm on weekdays after that.
”We ask that people bear with us during this time and thank road users in advance for their patience.”