Drivers facing motorway delays
Roadworks are expected to cause delays on the M1 as maintenance is carried out.
Drivers heading for East Midlands Airport are being warned that the work around junction 24 will affect journey times.
It will be carried out in three stages and take about three weeks, beginning on Monday, November 26.
All of the work will be done between the hours of 8pm and 6am.
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A spokesman for the Highways Agency said: "This work is necessary to prolong the life of the roundabout and improve safety for drivers. Every effort has been made to ensure any disruption to drivers is kept to a minimum and that the work is completed as quickly as possible.
"During the work we advise road users to plan their journeys to avoid delays, particularly those travelling to East Midlands Airport."
During phase one, the A453 westbound carriageway, from the parkway station junction to M1 junction 24, will be closed overnight.
The A6 will be also be closed overnight at the junction 24 roundabout
During phase two, the A50 southbound carriageway will be closed overnight from the Warren Roundabout to M1 junction 24.
The layby on the A50 at this location will be closed for the duration of the work.
Both the northbound entry slip and southbound exit slip roads at junction 24 will also be closed overnight.
During phase three, the M1 northbound exit slip from the M1 will be closed overnight together with the eastbound carriageway of the A453 from the Ashby road junction.
The layby on the A453 at this location will be closed.