Eaton slip road, leading from Newmarket Road into the village, closed on July 25 as the next phase of Transport for Norwich’s (TfN) work in the village got under way.
A TfN spokesman said transport improvements and essential maintenance started at the beginning of the month, with the latest phase seeing the widening of the cycle path from the Cellar House pub to Newmarket Road, allowing for two-way cycling.
Other changes taking place included simplified crossings for pedestrians as well as work to the crossroads at the centre of the village to upgrade the traffic signals, improve the junction’s efficiency and carry out resurfacing.
Councillor John Fisher, Norfolk County Council’s chair of Norwich highways agency committee, said: “This project is designed to improve traffic flow for all road users, marking a positive and lasting change for transport facilities in the area.
“Construction has been planned to minimise disruption as much as possible, with the slip road closure taking place in the school holidays and manually controlled traffic signals used at the busiest times of day. We would like to thank everyone affected for their patience while we carry out this work.”
The closure is due to be in place until the end of August but TfN said every effort would be made to open the road as soon as possible.
First and Konectbus services are affected and details of the temporary changes and relocated bus stops are available on notices in the area and at www.norfolk.gov.uk/eatoncringleford, where you can also find general traffic management and project information.
Phase one of the project in Cringleford, which was built last summer, saw traffic signals installed either side of Cringleford Road bridge to help manage queuing and improve traffic flow.