MORE roadworks are to hit the Huddersfield area from Sunday.
A new phase of resurfacing work begins at Bradford Road, Fartown, on Sunday and another scheme starts at Slaithwaite the day after.
Kirklees Council will be resurfacing the A641 Bradford Road, near Ashbrow Road, Dewhurst Road and Long Hill Road.
These roads will occasionally be closed while work is carried out for seven days.
Work will take place between 4pm and 7pm.
There will be a final evening of work on Sunday, June 27.
During the work, a contra- flow traffic system will be in place and motorists are advised to avoid the area if possible.
At Slaithwaite, Kirklees will be working on Clough Road - from Rock Lane to Crowther Close.
The road is too narrow to remain open while work is done.
It will be closed to through traffic for 14 weeks, but access to people's homes will be maintained.
As well as resurfacing, work will include installing new street lights, imposing a 3.5-tonne weight limit, improving drainage and putting in new gullies and kerbs.
A parapet wall against Crimble Clough will be rebuilt, as will a retaining wall at Window Ends.
New steps will be created along the footpath from Clough Road to Rock Lane.
Kirklees said local people were consulted about the work and their suggestions have been incorporated.