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Alert: Weekend roadworks around the county

Don't let roadworks in Gloucestershire stop you getting out and about this weekend. We have compiled a list of where you might hit delays around the county.

A40, Gloucester - Restrictions both ways due to the construction of new traffic lights at A38 Tewkesbury Road.

Barbican Road, Gloucester - Road closed due to building work on the Shire Hall buildings between Bearland and Barbican Way. It is expected to be reopened in late 2018.

Spa Road, Gloucester - Temporary traffic lights are in place due to telecoms work where Spa Road joins Brunswick Road.

Gloucester City Centre - Market Parade, Station Road and Bruton Way will be closed from 7.30am Sunday January 14 to 6am January 15.

Golden Valley (B4063) - Temporary traffic lights are in place due to telecoms work in both directions.

St Georges Place, Cheltenham - One-way system is in place due to construction work at Clarence Street.

Cirencester Road (A435) - Temporary traffic lights due to telecoms work in both directions at Lyefield Road West. One lane closed due to construction at  the junction with Timbercombe Lane.

Coombe Hill (A38) - Temporary traffic lights due to telecoms work where the A38 and A4019 meet.

Gloucester Road, Stroud (B4008) - Temporary traffic lights in both directions due to electricity work at both Standish Lane and Stroud Green.

High Street, Stonehouse (B4008) - Temporary traffic lights due to electricity work both ways between Elms Road and the A419.

London Road, Stroud (A419) - Temporary traffic lights due to water main work both ways at Thrupp Lane.

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