Month-long roadworks planned for Peahen Junction

PUBLISHED: 12:00 19 August 2018

Peahen Junction. Photo: DANNY LOO

Peahen Junction. Photo: DANNY LOO

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Temporary traffic signals will be installed at the Peahen Junction during month-long roadworks.

Between Monday, August 20 and Friday, September 14, the existing traffic lights will be replaced with up-to-date, energy efficient ones.

This will overlap with the start of the new school year on Monday, September 3 and comes after the adjoining road of High Street was shut due to a burst water main.

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