Radar surveys in preparation for Lincoln East West Link Road
Highways engineers are conducting radar surveys of below city centre roads in preparation for the building of the East West Link Road.
The authority is carrying out a radar survey of the area using equipment that sends radio waves into the ground to check for any underground services, structures or other obstacles.
Dave Brodrick, Principal Engineer, said: "The radar survey itself is non-intrusive, so there will be minimal disruption – you may have already seen us out with the radar equipment on the High Street last week.
"The survey will also include taking cores from the road to determine the condition of the existing road, in addition to lifting some manhole covers.
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"These aspects of the work will be done in the early evening so that noise is minimised during the night.
"By surveying what is underneath the ground we are hoping to make the construction phase of the link road progress as smoothly as possible."
The survey is taking place overnight on the High Street, St Mark Street, Tentercroft Street, Portland Street, Cross Street, Kesteven Street, Great Northern Terrace, Dunford Road and at the Coal Yard between now and Thursday, September 26.