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Fendon Road roundabout/ crossing works nearing completion

by Amanda Taylor on 2 July, 2020

I hope everybody will be pleased to know that the Fendon Road works are now in their final weeks. Here is the latest information on the programme from the County Council. Any questions on this, please post here and I will pass to Vanessa Kelly, the Project Manager.

Queen Edith’s Way – west arm (ie. between Fendon Road and Hills Road) will remain closed at the roundabout until the works are completed.

Thurs 16 & Fri 17 July – daytime surfacing works – no road closure· Sat 18 & Sun 19 July – total closure of roundabout between 7.30am, Sat 18 July and 6.00am, Mon 20 July to construct 2 centre islands.

The works will be completed on Sun afternoon but the closure is required till Mon morning to allow concrete around the kerbs of the new islands to harden up.·

Mon 20 to Fri 24 July – total closure of roundabout overnight between 7.00pm and 6.00am – surfacing, road markings, signage and belisha beacons.·

Sun 26 July – total closure of roundabout between 7.30am and 10.00pm – red cycleway surfacing and road markings·

Mon 27 to 31 July – Queen Edith’s Way – west arm to remain closed in this final week to allow for any last roundabout works, reinstallation of double yellow lines on Queen Edith’s Way between Fendon Road and Hills Road, removal of double yellow lines on Nightingale Avenue and reinstatement of No Left Turn ban on Queen Edith’s Way at the junction with Hills Road.

Access by foot will be maintained throughout the works although some pedestrian management may be required on Sun 26 July when the cycleways are tarmacked. Diversion signs for motorists will be in place.Noisy operations will be kept to a minimum after 11.00pm whenever possible. Advance information signs will be displayed from 3 July.Bus operators have been notified.

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  1. […] of parking restrictions on Nightingale Avenue. Councillor Amanda Taylor (Queen Edith’s) also provides this information on her website and points to a Facebook group discussing the works. Don Blair, Cambridge City […]

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