BANGOR is due to be hit with a further set of essential roadworks over the coming weeks.
Essential resurfacing works will start on Holyhead Road, Bangor on the evening of Friday, 8 August 2014.
The scheme will be undertaken in phases between the Railway Station and Menai Avenue and should take five weeks to complete.
Gwynedd Council are warning motorists to expect delays and to leave plenty of time for their jurney.
The first phase, between the Railway Station and Morrisons, will commence on 8 August.
The work will be carried out under traffic management between 7pm and 7am.
The second phase, between Glanrafon Hill and Menai Avenue, begins on 18 August, and will brin about the closure of the road between 10am until midnight.
A Gwynedd Council spokesperson said: "The scheme is being carried out during the summer holidays to avoid traffic that would be in the area during school, college and university term time.
"This will ensure that disruption to residents and road users is kept to a minimum.
"Whilst every effort will be made to minimise the disruption to traffic, some delay is inevitable."
"This scheme will not get underway until the resurfacing work on Caernarfon Road, Bangor has been completed."