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Havering roadworks to avoid for a quicker journey

PUBLISHED: 16:55 02 February 2018 | UPDATED: 16:55 02 February 2018

Avoid the roadworks in the borough. Picture: Ken Mears

Avoid the roadworks in the borough. Picture: Ken Mears

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These are the roads to miss next week if you don’t want to risk delays.

London Road, Romford, outside Crowlands Primary School - temporary two way traffic signals until Friday, February 16.
Ockendon Road, Upminster - temporary traffic lights until Thursday, February 22.

Rainham Road, Hornchurch - temporary traffic lights on Monday, February 5.
Gubbins Lane, Harold Wood - temporary traffic lights on Monday, February 5 and Tuesday, February 6.

Rainham Road, junction with Dunningford Close, Hornchurch - temporary traffic lights on Tuesday, February 6 and Wednesday February 7.

Church Road, Harold Wood - temporary traffic lights from Tuesday, February 6 until Monday, February 19.

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