Five Oaks roundabout will be completely closed to all traffic this weekend, as it is being rebuilt.
From 13:00 on Saturday 23 November until 21:00 on Sunday 24 November, the roundabout will be closed and diversions will be in place as part of the next major phase of improvements to the footway.
It follows a big resurfacing project along La Grande Route de St. Martin which started this summer.
This next phase is set to be completed in early December with the roundabout being closed to all traffic this weekend and the next. There will also be closures from Princes Tower Road or Bagatelle Road on 25 and 26 November and from St. Saviour's Hill from 27 to 29 November.
Pictured: There will be five diversion routes around the roundabout.
This weekend, there will be five different signed diversion routes which cover all points of the roundabout junction. It is advised to avoid the area where possible over the weekend.
“Five Oaks roundabout is a crucial junction on our road network," Highway Maintenance Manager, Rob Cabot said. "The current road surface is in urgent need of re-construction so it is important that we do the work so that traffic, including many heavy goods vehicles, can continue to use it safely for many years to come.
"We are doing the work over the weekend to minimise disruption for commuters and businesses but we do apologise for the disruption it is likely to cause.”
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