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Two-way traffic lights on busy stretch of A46 at Billesley near Stratford-upon-Avon expected to remain in place until Friday





SEVERN Trent has warned motorists that the two-way traffic light system on the A46 between Stratford and Alcester will remain in place until at least the end of the week.

Emergency resurfacing work is taking place along a stretch of the road close to the Wildmoor Spa at Billesley to repair damage caused by flooding on 12th January.

The repair work has been causing long delays for motorists heading in and out of Stratford, particularly at peak times.

A Severn Trent spokesperson said: “We’re really sorry for the disruption caused by our work on the A46, however, due to the damage caused following the burst pipe, we need to ensure the area is made safe again.

“Our teams have fixed the pipe and are now working alongside other utilities in the area to get the road put back to normal and made safe as quickly as possible - this requires two-way traffic lights for everyone’s safety.

“Again, we’re sorry for the inconvenience this is causing - we know this is a busy, well used road so we want to assure everyone that it’s our priority to get things back to normal as quickly as we can.”

Severn Trent added that while its work is scheduled to be completed by the end of the week, other utilities are expected to remain in the area.



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