Motorists passing through the intersections of Red Hill Road and Plumpton road will be impacted by reduced speeds and traffic control from Thursday.
Works will begin on the intersection of Red Hill Road and Plumpton Road on September 9 and are expected to be completed by 18 September.
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Council has advised detours and a reduced speed limit of 40km/h will be in place and the road will be under traffic control.
Works will be carried out between 7AM and 5PM from Monday to Friday.
Wagga Wagga City Council's Senior Project Manager Silas Darby said while the works are disruptive to traffic they will soon be completed and are important for improving safety.
'"The intersection upgrade will allow for safer crossing along this busy intersection," Mr Darby said. "We realise the works are an inconvenience to road users, but we are halfway there - so the disruptions won't be for much longer."
The ATP upgrades started in the city in July and are focused on improving pedestrian islands to allow safer crossing of busy streets.
Eight intersections and one road verge will be upgraded over a five-month period as part of the works.
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