Update: Temporary traffic lights in Botley Road causing delays

Temporary traffic lights in Botley Road expected to cause delays

Temporary traffic lights in Botley Road expected to cause delays

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Motorists face delays driving along Botley Road as 11 days of roadworks began today.

The work, which Oxfordshire County Council said were sewer repairs, will involve temporary three-way traffic lights at the junction with Abbey Road.

The roadworks are expected to last until July 18.

Oxford Bus Company has warned there will be "severe delays" to its 4/400/U1 services during peak hours as a result.

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5:31pm Mon 7 Jul 14

HomerSimpsonDoh says...

Why have three way lights? This is typical of utility companies and the council. Anything to cause chaos for motorists and bring Oxford to a standstill again.
Why have three way lights? This is typical of utility companies and the council. Anything to cause chaos for motorists and bring Oxford to a standstill again. HomerSimpsonDoh
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7:18pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Isawyoucoming says...

Digging up the roads of Oxford is a job for life.
Digging up the roads of Oxford is a job for life. Isawyoucoming
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