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Havering roadworks to avoid for a quicker journey

PUBLISHED: 18:00 06 April 2018

Try to find alternative routes to avoid the temporary traffic signals around Havering. Picture: Ken Mears

Try to find alternative routes to avoid the temporary traffic signals around Havering. Picture: Ken Mears

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These are the temporary traffic lights and roadworks on roads in the borough in the coming week.

Romford

Main Road - two-way signals on Monday, April 9.

Upminster

Windmill site opposite Champion Road - traffic signals until Friday, April 13.

Ockendon Road - traffic lights until Wednesday, April 11.

Hall Lane - two-way signals on Thursday, April 12.

Corbets Tey Road - two-way signals from Tuesday, April 10 until Thursday, April 12

Collier Row

Collier Row Road - three-way signals on Tuesday, April 10.

Elm Park

Rainham Road - traffic lights until Monday, April 16.

Rainham

Upminster Road South - signals until Tuesday, April 10.

Launders Lane - signals from Tuesday, April 10 until Thursday, April 12.

Hornchurch

Upper Rainham Road opposite Milton Avenue - multi-way traffic lights from Tuesday, April 10 until Thursday, April 12.

Slewins Lane - three-way signals on Monday, April 9.

Stanley Road - signals from Tuesday, April 10 until Saturday, April 14.

Southend Road - signals from Thursday, April 12 until Saturday, April 14.

Gidea Park

Crossways - signals from Monday, April 9 until Friday, April 27.

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