The Doncaster streets affected by roadworks and road closures this May bank holiday weekend
These roadworks and road closures could cause possible traffic disruption this Bank Holiday weekend.
The sun is shining and day trips are possible once more – so we have put together a handy roadworks guide to help Doncaster folk avoid any possible traffic build ups this weekend.
Road closure at Hyperion Way Coronach Way Service Road, Rossington from May 17 to July 9. Likely to cause delays.
Road closure at Bessecarr affecting these five streets: Bolton Hill Road, Insley Gardens, Tranmoor Avenue, Wyndthorpe Avenue, Birchwood Court. Surface Dressing is underway until August 31.
Road closure at Green Lane, Old Cantley. Caused by Yorkshire Water works in progress. Disruption likely from May 26 to June 1.
Road closure in Cantley affected these streets: Brantwood Crescent, Bramham Road. Resurfacing is underway. Disruption expected until August 31.
Road closure at Leicester Avenue, Intake. Delays likely until August 31.
Road closure at Nether Hall Rd and Highfield Rd. Delays likely on May 30.
Road closure at North Bridge Road. Surface redressing may cause issues until August 31.
Temporary road closure around Bentley Ings Pumping Station. Affecting: Fowler Bridge Road, Ings Road, Arksey Common Lane and Mastall Lane. Expected to remain closed until November 2021.
Road closed on sunday, May 30. Cusworth Lane, Scawsby.
Road closed at Anchorage Lane, Sprotbrough for street works. Expected to cause delays until August 31.
Road closed at Springcroft Drive, Scawthorpe. Expected to remain closed until June 4.
One way closure of Windmill Balk Lane, Woodlands. From May 22 to June 4. Delays possible.
Road closure at Green Lane, Brodsworth. Expected to last until August 31.
Road closure at Hatfield Lane, Armthorpe. Delays likely until July 4.
Road closure at Thorpe Bank, Thorpe Lane. Delays likely until August 31.
Road closure at Waterside, Thorne for street works. Delays likely until June 4.
Bawtry Road, Tickhill is closed until May 30. Delays likely.
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