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Traffic disruption to last four months

MOTORISTS in Enniskillen will be hit with further disruption as another set of roadworks is about to begin in the town. 
The Cornagrade road from Johnstons Bridge to the Cherrymount Roundabout will have traffic control measures put in place resulting in a lane closure on the road which is set to last for four months.
Residents in the Cornagrade Road area have received notification of the works which will begin on Monday, March 11th, and traffic will be able to travel on the road but delays are to be expected in and around the area. 
The work is being carried out by SGN Natural Gas and Kier who are laying pipes as part of an almost £2 million investment in Enniskillen town centre to enable the scheduled arrival of the Gas to the West Project.
The letter received by residents detailed “We will keep the disturbance to a minimum and when we have finished, the area will be properly reinstated. We would like to thank you in advance for your co-operation and would also welcome your help in ensuring any elderly, disabled or vulnerable neighbours are aware of the work we are doing.”
The work is the third set of roadworks ongoing in Enniskillen, with traffic control and lane closures on Belmore Street from the end of East Bridge Street to the junction of Friths Pass taking place since February 21st. 
This work, which is being carried out by Keir and McNicholas, is set to be complete by March 8th. 
Heading out of Enniskillen, the hard shoulder and a traffic lane is closed on the A4 Belfast Road between Maguiresbridge and Enniskillen to facilitate works. 
The work began last Tuesday, and is set to last until the end of March.
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