Temporary traffic lights planned for busy Stoke-on-Trent road next week

By Sarah Garner

14th May 2024 | Local News

Temporary traffic lights will be on City Road, Fenton, between 22 and 29 May (Nub News).
Temporary traffic lights will be on City Road, Fenton, between 22 and 29 May (Nub News).

A set of temporary traffic lights will be installed on a busy Stoke-on-Trent road next week (w.c. 20 May).

The multi-way signals will on City Road, Fenton, from 8am on 22 May to 5pm on 29 May.

Network Rail will be carrying out 'works for rail purposes' between the junctions for Napier Street and Erril Close.

Network Rail will be working to replace paper advertising boards (Nub News).

A spokesperson for Network Rail said: "Network Rail is delivering a scheme Nationwide replacing paper advertising boards with digital roadside advertising.

"This will greatly increase our capacity to sell advertising to third parties to help fund railway improvements.

"We do our best to deliver the work overnight to avoid impacting road traffic. When we are unable to do this we work with the local council to agree closures or diversions."

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