We have again had a look at all the roadworks scheduled to take place this week across Staffordshire so you can plan your journeys effectively.
Some major disruption is heading for Burton town centre as water works will shut the junction of Station Street and Worthington Way.
Gas works and water works across the county will see traffic lights and closures in place on a host of roads.
Demolition of a former magistrates court will also slow things down.
See our list of the roadworks that could affect your journey this week, compiled using one.network:
Station Street at its junction with Worthington Way will be closed to traffic as South Staffs Water installs four new water main connections. Warning signs have already been installed on the street to urge motorists to avoid the area from Monday, September 27 to Friday, October 1.
There will be two-way controlled traffic lights in Lichfield Street, Burton, starting on Tuesday, September 18 and ending October 4, with delays likely.
There will be a full refurbishment of dual pedestrian signal crossing to include poles and traffic signal heads in Orchard Street, Burton, starting September 27 and ending on October 8. It means a lane closure near the Bond End roundabout.
Virgin Media is carrying out planned work in Stanton Road, Stapenhill, on September 28, with multi-way signals.
In Burton Road, Branston, there will be highways ironwork repairs with two-way signals on September 30.
Temporary road closure for the demolition of the magistrate court building in South Walls, Stafford is likely to last until October 15.
Temporary overnight road closures and reduction of speed limit on the A34 at Stafford will be in place until November 2022 to allow for construction of new roundabout and other associated development work.
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