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Roman Road in Shrewsbury – temporary change of traffic management for Bike4Life even

The Bike4Life event is due to take place in Shrewsbury this coming Sunday 8th May 2016 and will attract an estimated 3,000-4,000 motorcyclists from all directions into Shrewsbury.

Following discussions between Shropshire Council and Severn Trent Water – who are carrying out the current water main replacement work on Roman Road – it’s been agreed that the current traffic management will be temporarily changed to minimise any potential disruption on the day.

The current traffic management comprises of a one-way system (with through traffic allowed to travel between Longden Road roundabout and Porthill roundabout in a north-westerly direction).

The road closure and diversion will be temporarily lifted on Saturday afternoon (7 May) and replaced by two-way traffic lights. The closure will be reinstated on Sunday evening (8 May).

For more information about the roadworks, click here.

For more information about Bike4Life click here.