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Plumtree: Four-way traffic signals for 10 days for National Grid works

Plumtree will see temporary traffic disruptions starting Thursday, January 25, 2024, due to urgent roadworks scheduled on Main Road.

4-way temporary traffic signals will facilitate the repair of a high-voltage (HV) cable fault.

The affected location is Main Road Plumtree, specifically at the junction with Church Hill and Bradmore Lane.

The roadworks are to locate and repair a fault in the High Voltage cable.

These roadworks are scheduled to last until Tuesday, February 6, 2024, with the temporary traffic signals operational 24-hours a day throughout this period. The continuous operation of these signals is necessary to ensure the swift completion of the works while maintaining road safety, says Nottinghamshire County Council.

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National Grid, responsible for the electricity transmission network, has appointed Network Plus as the works promoter.

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