A key road in Lower Earley will be closed for surfacing works.

Ryhill Way will be closed between its junctions with Catcliffe Way and Maltby Way on Monday, January 17, and Tuesday, January 18, from 9.30am to 4pm.

This is so Wokingham Borough Council’s highways contractors can conduct iron works on the road after it was recently resurfaced.

Ryhill Way is located off Rushey Way, which is a key road running through the Lower Earley estates.

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Elsewhere in the area, work to repair a damaged car barrier in Rushey Way which began on Wednesday, January 5, is expected to be completed on Tuesday, January 18.

Two-way traffic lights have been in place near Rushey Way’s junction with Faygate Way while the borough council’s contractor conducts the repairs.

Traffic lights will also be put up in Beech Lane from Friday, January 21, to Sunday, January 23, for Thames Water works.

The two-way signals will be in place from 9.30am to 3.30pm near Dene Close.

In the wider Reading area, drivers are warned of a closure of Rose Kiln Lane, with a diversion in place along the A33.