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Two months of roadworks to start next week

More resurfacing works planned for Plymouth in the coming weeks won't cause too much disruption, according to the city council.

From Monday 13th, there will be a further two months of works in the city centre, Mannamead, Crownhill and parts of Eggbuckland.

But the local authority says the work will be spread out and most of it will be done overnight.

Clive Perkin from Plymouth Transport and Highways says it's all part of ongoing works to repair the damage caused by the past few harsh winters.

Meanwhile there will be some overnight road closures in the North Road east area as work continues to improve access to the city's train station.

The work will continue until the end of March and will involve the creation of a dedicated right hand lane from north road east to the station, improved walkways and a crossing island for pedestrians.

The city council says the station is the first impression many have of the city and that they want to make it easier to access.

The idea is to slow traffic down as it enters the station and make the junction safer.

There will be diversions in place during the night time closures.

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