Nottingham City Transport is advising passengers of changes to its Green 10 service for almost three weeks whilst Nottinghamshire County Council carries out resurfacing work on part of the A60 – including Trent Bridge and Loughborough Road.
This work will mean the closure of that part of the A60 to all traffic and, as a result, its Navy and Green line services will need to be diverted from Monday 15th July 2019 until Thursday 1st August inclusive between 7.00pm and 5.00am each night.
Ruddington’s Green 10 will follow its normal route along Meadows Way but then divert via left Ryehill Street, turn left onto London Road, go right onto Cattle Market Road, continue along County Road, onto Meadow Lane, then right across Lady Bay Bridge, continue along Radcliffe Road, turn right onto Abbey Road, then left on to Davies Road to Tudor Square. Buses will continue along Rectory Road, going right on Melton Road and finally left onto Loughborough Road to resume their normal route.
Delays are expected because the diversionary route is longer and will take more time to follow – but NCT says additional buses will be on standby to keep delays to a minimum. Stops from Ruddington towards the City on are being served as normal except ‘Cricket Ground’ on Bridgford Road which will be missed.
But there’s GOOD news for cricket fans! On the 18th, 24th & 27th July these works will be suspended for the day due to the Twenty20 matches at Trent Bridge.
You can find how other NCT routes are affected >>HERE<<.