Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 13th May 2014 4:00am
Despite extensive re-surfacing work being carried out earlier this year, Bucks County Council has announced that a further road closure of the A418 from Scotsgrove (at the junction with Thame Road) to the county border, just outside Thame, will take place in the next few days.
This will effect A418 Scotsgrove Hill/Aylesbury Road, Haddenham from the county boundary to Thame Road including the junction with Thame Road.
The works are currently programmed to commence at the A418 Scotsgrove on Tuesday 20th May for one night. The works will be carried out utilising a road closure in operation between 7pm-6am. The 280 bus will still be allowed through the closure, but no other through traffic.
The alternative route to circumvent the road closure is the pretty way:
Aylesbury Road, Thame Road, Bicester Road, Chearsley Road, Crendon Road, Aylesbury Road, Bridgeway, Aylesbury Road, Cuddington Road, Oxford Road, Aylesbury Road and vice versa.
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