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But the scheme will give travel headaches to commuters in Stockton for 65 weeks from February.
Project organisers say road closures and diversion are unavoidable.
It looks like driving around my area is about to get a lot tougher for a long while. It’s not exactly jam-free at the moment, but it’ll be a nightmare to have to get to all these hospitals from August if the roads are going to be so congested. Lucky me.