A scheme to improve Deepdale Road in Breightmet starts Sunday (February 19).
The work is part of a £2 million investment in roads across Bolton to tackle the effect from two consecutive severe winters.
Key main routes and key residential roads across the borough are undergoing major resurfacing. Deepdale Road is one road which will be improved, costing £200,000.
Around £1.1 million of the funding is being spent on resurfacing schemes like Deepdale Road. A further £700,000 is being spent on repairing roads and £200,000 is being spent on fixing potholes.
The work to resurface a section of Deepdale Road, from Red Lane to Newby Road, will take two weeks to complete dependent on weather conditions.
To keep disruption to a minimum, the work has been timed to coincide with half term holidays.
Road closures will be in place to enable to the work to take place safely. Red Lane to Kentmere Road will be closed from February 19 to 26. Kentmere Road to Newby Road will be closed from February 27 to March 4.
Signed diversions will be in place and access will be maintained where possible for residents. Bus diversions will also be in place and residents should check with the bus operator for details.
Residents and motorists are asked to be patient and to contact Bolton Council’s helpline on 01204 336600 for further information.