Road closures in Barking for three weeks

PUBLISHED: 17:05 19 March 2018 | UPDATED: 17:05 19 March 2018

Cambridge Road. Picture: Google

Cambridge Road. Picture: Google


Barking is set for three weeks of road closures due to electric utility works.

Map detailing the closures. Picture: LBBDMap detailing the closures. Picture: LBBD

The works, which take place between March 29 and April 23 from 6am to 7pm, will be in Cambridge Road.

The closure will have an impact on traffic in the town centre and on cars exiting the London Road car park.

There will be three-way traffic lights in operation in Linton Road at the junction with George Street, Linton Road outside Roycraft House and Cambridge Road before the mini roundabout.

There will be no left turn into Cambridge Road from Linton Road and there will be a full bus lane suspension along both Cambridge Road and Linton Road.

You will be able to turn right onto the suspended bus lane on Linton Road for the duration of the closure, as well as turning left out of James Street.

The council apologises for any inconvenience caused.

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