Residents and motorists have been sharing their frustration at a series of roadworks in Lichfield.
Temporary traffic lights have been in place on the Burton Road through Streethay until 18th February for gas main repair works.
And there was more frustration for drivers due to roadworks around Greenhill and the Birmingham Road junction in Lichfield city centre.
There was more misery for motorists who faced a fresh set of temporary traffic lights on their commute this morning (31st January) as restrictions were put in place on Trent Valley Road near the Samuel Johnson Hospital.
Cllr Helen Fisher, Staffordshire County Council’s Cabinet member for highways and transport said: “Keeping a county the size of Staffordshire on the move can be a challenge at times, especially when you have to factor in highways maintenance, major developments, utility and telecom projects and emergency work – sometimes all at once.
“We are seeing some considerable development work in Lichfield currently with a mixture of different utility upgrades and highway improvements.
“Our highways teams continue to work closely with utility companies and developers to co-ordinate work to help minimise disruption to the travelling public.”