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By Haddenham Webteam - 9th March 2014 6:45pm
As we reported a couple of weeks ago, there have been lots of ifs, buts and maybes to do with this item, but it seems that road works are going to get underway this week on the A418.
Overnight road works on the Aylesbury Road (part of the A418) are due to commence between the junction with Baghill and King's Cross (the junction with Churchway) starting on Thursday 13th March. This will mean road closures from as early as 7.00pm, extending throughout the night until about 5.00am
There will probably be traffic lights and one-way traffic operating during the day and delays are likely for one week, at least.
Woodways will also be closed for part of the month: this is expected to begin on Monday 24th March, and will mean evening and overnight closure of the road between the mini-roundabout on Churchway and the junction with Stanbridge Road
We will do our best to keep you updated, as progress reports are received.
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