Revamped footpath unveiled alongside main Ipswich road after two weeks of roadworks
A walkway alongside a main road in a suburb of Ipswich has been upgraded after two weeks of resurfacing.
There were roadworks in Whitehouse Road, Ipswich between August 5 and 16 to allow the revamp to be completed, with two-way temporary traffic lights put in place to restrict the movement of cars and allow engineers to carry out the works.
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Walkers' access to the footpath was also limited, as was on street car parking, while the works took place between 7.30am and 4pm each day.
But Suffolk Highways, which is responsible for the majority of the county's roads and footpaths and carried out the works, has now Tweeted images of the finished footpath.
The pictures showed the work at various stages, including the shiny new surfacing for the walkway.
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