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Roads Resurfaced in Buckinghamshire
As part of the We're Working On It resurfacing programme work will be carried out on the following roads in Buckinghamshire this week:
Monday 11th June - Long Marston Road, Cheddington; Heath End Road, Flackwell Heath and Forty Green Road, Forty Green. Day time work under a road closure.
Monday 11th June to Wednesday 13th June - Aylesbury Road, Wendover. Day time work using traffic management.
Tuesday 12th June through to Thursday 21st June - Exchange Street/Walton Street, Aylesbury. Night time work under a road closure (7pm through to 6am).
Wednesday 13th June - High Street, Silverstone Road, Dadford and Cuddington Road, Dinton. Day time work under a road closure.
Thursday 14th June - Ashendon Road, Westcott. Day time work under a road closure (9.30am to 3.30pm).
Thursday 14th June - Brockhurst Road, Chesham and Heet Road, Marsh Gibbon. Day time work under a road closure.
Friday 15th June - Water Stratford Road, Water Stratford; Warren Road, Little Horwood; Essex Road, Chesham and Britannia Road, Chesham. Day time work under a road closure.
Saturday 16th June - Severalls Avenue, Chesham. Day time work using traffic management.
Sunday 17th to Monday 18th June - North Road, Chesham. Day time work under a road closure.
These dates are subject to change as the resurfacing programme has been impacted by the heavy rainfall over the last few days. Residents should keep an eye on the 'We're Working on It' Information Boards for each scheme for date changes and updates. We have also had to move to weekend working to ensure we can finish the programme before winter.
Where roads are closed, every effort will be made to maintain access for local residents and visitors to businesses when it is safe to do so. The 'We're Working on It pages - www.transportforbucks.net/We-are-working-on-it.aspx on the TfB website lists up to date information on each scheme or residents and visitors can follow us on Twitter. The pages also include a handy FAQ and details on each type of surfacing treatment.
Residents and visitors can also call the TfB Contact Centre on 0845 230 2882 for more information.
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