The Breydon Bridge in Great Yarmouth will be closed overnight to allow repair work to be carried out.
The Thetford (O)Ranges sign on the A11 is not the only one in Norfolk to be targeted by pranksters.
The last of the tiny snails which hold the key to the prospect of the A47 Acle Straight being dualled have finally been moved .
Concerns that progress to improve the A47 is in danger of falling behind prompted a Conservative councillor to launch a blistering attack on Highways England.
Drivers have been warned that work is continuing on a string of repairs, improvement and upgrades on the A47 and A11.
Drivers face yet more disruption travelling to and from Great Yarmouth.
Major works are being carried out on two main roads through Lowestoft, with more than six weeks of overnight closures planned.
Fears have been raised that the dualling of the Acle Straight could still be years away, after the road seemed to be omitted from thinking over the next major investment in England's roads.
Highways England has released its weekly list of roadworks that will be carried out across our region in the coming week.
Drivers face weeks of disruption and a 30 mile diversion as a one mile stretch of the A47 is set to close.
Representatives from Highways England have been talking to local road users and communities about upcoming road maintenance and minor improvement works in Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth.
Work to renumber a stretch of the A12 as the A47 to create a continuous trunk road has finished ahead of schedule.
Motorists could be faced with diversions as work to make the treacherous Acle Straight safer looks set to begin later this month.
Demands to improve safety on a major road have been made after 10 vehicles crashed in a single day.
Tiny rare snails which have colonised the dykes on a treacherous part of the A47 are likely to have four years to settle into a new home before a safety upgrade can begin.