Resurfacing work will begin in Randalstown in Antrim this week, the Roads’ Minister Danny Kennedy has announced.
The scheme that will cost approximately £230,000 is to start on Tuesday and a number of diversions will be in place.
Work will begin on Tuesday, October 1 and continue until Tuesday, October 15 between Church Road and Clonkeen Road in Randalstown.
A second scheme in Antrim will also begin on Tuesday, October 1 and continue until Friday, October 11 between Nutts Corner Roundabout and Boltnaconnell Road.
Enrivronment Minister Danny Kennedy said: “These improvements will result in the overall strengthening of the roads and people will quickly realise the benefits of the new carriageway surface.”
Ballydunmaul Road will be closed to daytime through traffic from Wednesday, October 9 to Friday, October 11 to facilitate the works.
A diversion route will be signposted via Clonkeen Road and Church Road.
Longrig Road will be closed to daytime through traffic from Wednesday, October 2 to Friday, October 4 and Monday, October 7 to facilitate the works.
A diversion route will be signposted via Seven Mile Straight and Belfast Road.