Roadworks round-up: Where drivers might face delays around Sunderland on Monday, October 8
Here's a list of new and ongoing roadworks which could cause hold-ups for motorists in the Sunderland area on Monday.
North Bridge Street/Dame Dorothy Street: Various lane closures/major highway improvement work, until December 31.
Deptford Terrace: Temporary traffic signals for major utility works, August 15 to October 15.
Camberwell Way: Temporary traffic signals for utility works, October 11 to 12.
Camberwell Road: Three-way temporary traffic signals for telecommunications work, from October 15 to 17.
Burdon Lane from A19 over bridge to Burdon Road: Road closure for drainage works, until November 16.
Dame Dorothy Street between Church Street North and North Bridge Street: Lane closure for highway improvement works, until October 14.
Southwick from Queens St to Kier Hardie Way: Temporary traffic signals for resurfacing works, October 8 to 11.
Farringdon Row Beach Street to rear of B&Q: Road closure, until October 17.
Queen Alexandra Road from Leechmere Road to Woodstock Avenue: Road closure for resurfacing works, October 8-11.
Nookside: Temporary traffic signals for resurfacing works, October 9 only.
High Lane: Temporary traffic signals for resurfacing works, October 8 only.
Rye View: Road closure for manhole cover and fame repairs, October 11 only.
Hetton: Three way temporary traffic signals for gas valve repairs, October 14 to 21.
Blind Lane: Temporary traffic signals for duct installation, until October 10.
A1231 Wessington Way from Northern Way to
A183 Chester Road from Greenwood Road Roundabout to Pennywell Road Roundabout: Road closure for resurfacing works, October 14, 7am-7pm.
Rickleton Way, Washington: Resurfacing between Breamish Drive and Picktree Lane, beginning October 8.
Nookside East, Pennywell: Roadworks beginning October 8.