Some roadworks that have caused disruption for a number of weeks are due to come to an end in the next seven days.

A lane in Ivy Road, which has been closed since August 14, is set to be reopened on Sunday.

Cadent Gas have been relaying a gas main on the stretch of road between Chorley Old Road and Valletts Lane.

After five and a half weeks the works will be completed, allowing the lane to reopen.

Cadent gas works have also closed Waverley Road for the past two weeks at the Blackburn Road junction.

Repairs to the gas escape are set to be completed over the weekend and the road will be reopened on Monday.

In Westhoughton, Manchester Road has had two way signals during peak times since September 6.

Idig Ltd have been clearing a manhole blockage.

That road is set to go back to normal today.

Since Monday, there has been no right turns onto Blackburn Road from Seymour Road.

Cadent has employed the measures to facilitate safety during gas main replacement works.

Next Friday (September 27), the measures are set to be lifted.

Improvements to Plodder Lane in Farnworth have been carried out for the past couple of weeks.

During that time, two way signals have been in effect during off-peak hours.

Highways are due to finish their minor carriageway patching works next Wednesday.

Two way signals have also been in effect in Crown Lane, Horwich since Monday.

Gas works by Cadent are set to be completed today.

Weston Street is also set to be fully reopened today.

Network Rail have been resurfacing the carriageway on the bridge.

Roadworks in Newport Street will also be completed today.

Electricity North West have been excavating a joint bay in the footway.

A lane has been closed but will be reopened.