Traffic signals and pedestrian crossings on Oak Street are to be brought up to government standards with work starting on Sunday 31 August.
Work will include excavating the footpath to lay new duct work, replacing and updating the light controller, replacing posts and traffic signal heads, and replacing tactile paving on the pedestrian crossing points. The work will bring the crossings up to current Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) standards.
Stop-go boards will be in use on Sunday and Monday (1 September) while the carriageway is excavated and duct work laid.
The traffic lights will be switched off by Siemens for the duration of the work and switched back on again when it is completed, expected to be on or about 15 September.
The cost of the upgrade, which is being done in partnership with Norfolk County Council, will be around £19,000.
Minor delays can be expected as a result of this work.
Norwich City Council apologises for any inconvenience which may be caused by this essential work.