Overnight ducting and drainage work will be carried out at a key West Leeds road junction for five weeks.
The works will start at the Ledgard Way-A647 junction in Armley on Saturday, 13 March and continue Monday to Friday for five weeks. Work will be carried out from 7pm to 6am.
The works are part of £19.6 million plans to transform the A647 corridor between Leeds and Bradford to improve bus journey times and reliability, to improve facilities for cyclists and pedestrians, and to tackle congestion.
A Connecting Leeds spokesperson said:
“Due to the location and nature of the works they have to be undertaken at night as lane closures are required to allow us to work within the carriageway. In addition, temporary four-way traffic signals will be in operation while the works are taking place.
“Some elements of this work are noisy, so to minimise disruption the noisiest activities will be undertaken first on each shift.”
If you have any queries about the work, e-mail: A647.LPTIP@bamnuttall.co.uk.