Road traffic management in the south of Glasgow will be lifted on Saturday 30 November as work to upgrade our waste water infrastructure progresses.
A stretch of Polmadie Road has been closed northbound between Calder Street and Polmadie Street since early October to enable the latest phase of work to be carried out. The road traffic management has also included the banning of right turns at the junction of Polmadie Road and Calder Street.
The road traffic management will be lifted, and the northbound carriageway re-opened, on Saturday 30 November.
Some localised traffic management will be required for one to two days in mid-December to enable new pipes to be connected to existing infrastructure. However, this should be minimal and have no impact on traffic movement.
We thank affected road users, local residents and businesses for their patience and understanding.
The work is part of a £1.6m improvement project to help protect the environment and water quality of the Mallsmire Burn and the River Clyde.