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Anglian Water bosses apologise for temporary traffic lights on A151 High Road in Whaplode





Water bosses have apologised after roadworks have caused delays to drivers today.

Anglian Water has put up lights on the A151 High Road in Whaplode to complete repairs – but do not know when the road will reopen.

This follows another utility company, Cadent, apologising for traffic tailbacks who two weeks ago had also installed lights on the same road while carrying out essential works.

The A151 at Whaplode
The A151 at Whaplode

An Anglian Water spokesperson said: “We are sorry for any traffic disruption on High Road in Whaplode today.

“We needed to install traffic lights to enable us to repair a damaged manhole.

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“Our teams have been on site today (Monday, February 12) and completed the repairs, and they’re now just reinstating the road to make it safe to drive and walk on.

“We’re hope to reopen the road as soon as possible.

“We thank our customers for their patience whilst we carry out this essential work.”

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