A month of works is set to begin at the end of next month to replace traffic lights and improve the footpath at the junction of the A16 John Adams Way and Botolph Street, in Boston.
Lincolnshire County Council have announced that work will start on June 29 and is expected to be finished by July 24.
The works will include a temporary right turn ban in and out of Botolph Street so that existing signals can be turned off and removed without the need for disruptive temporary signals allowing John Adams Way to flow freely.
There could also be some single lane closures during off-peak times.
Lincolnshire County Council’s executive member for Highways and Transportation Coun Richard Davies said: “The traffic lights at this location have reached the end of their working life so we have tied this work in with improvements required to the nearby footpath to bring it in line with current standards.
“Doing the work at the same time will minimise disruption on this busy junction. It is important that we keep traffic flowing along John Adams Way. All reasonable measures will be taken to complete the scheme as quickly as possible.”
Diversions will take motorists via Bargate Roundabout and Liquorpond Street Roundabout.
Turning left in and out of Botolph Street will be unaffected.
For details visit www.roadworks.org