Wales & West Utilities will remove traffic barriers
from Plymouth city centre after completing roadworks earlier than first expected.
The firm, which has been drilling and replacing mains in the area, will finish works a month early and could have roads open as normal in October.
However, traffic barriers will be used as part of a rolling programme of works on the Charles Cross Roundabout for three weeks, starting Monday (August 8th), reports thisisplymouth.co.uk.
A spokesman for the company told the news provider that access to the bus station and taxi-rank will be improved.
"Excavations at the west end of Bretonside near the entrance to the bus station are being refilled, meaning the temporary traffic lights will be moved further east so that remaining work can be completed safely at the east end of Bretonside," the spokesman said.
Traffic barriers were also set up in Savernake Forest in Juen to stop travellers from accessing it.
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