Resurfacing work will be taking place on the A69, between Cumbria and Northumberland, overnight from Monday 13 July.
A speed limit of 40mph will be in force, and lanes will be closed, between 7pm and 7am.
The work will begin at the Town Foot Junction in Haltwhistle on 13 July, and will last for two weeks.
Attention will then turn to the south of Brampton Roundabout at Gelt, for one week, and then the Redpeth junction at Spital for approximately one week on Friday 27 July.
The final phase of work will take place between Scarrow Hill and Naworth in Cumbria on Monday 3 August, and will last one week.
- There will be an overnight road closure on Saturday 25 July at Gelt, while the road across a narrow bridge is resurfaced
- During the closure drivers travelling eastbound will be diverted at the M6 junction 46, on to the M6 to junction 44, along the A689 to Brampton roundabout where the diversion ends
- Local traffic travelling westbound will follow the same route in the opposite direction