A stretch of Hagley Road, Stourbridge, will be made temporarily one way next month to allow resurfacing work to take place.
Carriageway resurfacing work is set to take place on Hagley Road, between Glasshouse Hill and Worcester Lane.
In order to carry out this essential work, this section of Hagley Road will become one-way southbound, away from Stourbridge town centre.
The work will take place on 12 and 13 July and between 16 to 19 July from 9.30am to 3pm each day. Two way flow will be reinstated when work is finished each day.
Councillor Karen Shakespeare, cabinet member for environmental services, said:
This is an essential piece of work on a well-used road, which is why we’re looking to put this one-way system in place when traffic flow is lighter, between 9.30am and 3pm each day
We hope to minimise disruption to motorists, and ask road users to bear with us during the work
The diversion route for northbound traffic will be Ham Lane, Grange Lane, Pedmore Road, Dudley Road, Thorns Road, Mount Pleasant, Delph Road, Brettell Lane, Collis Street, High Street Amblecote and St Johns Road. Access to frontages will be maintained where safe to do so.