Current roadworks and closures

Notice date: 25 May 2017

Barton Lane, Eccles (new)

A road closure will come into effect from Thursday 1 June 2017 for a period of two days on the following section of highway:

  • Barton lane, Eccles between the junctions of Trafford Road and Peel Green Road.

The closure is required to enable essential resurfacing works to the carriageway.

Diversions will be signed locally.

B5211 Barton Road, Worsley (new)

A road closure will be in effect from Sunday 4 June 2017 for a period of one day between the hours of 8am and 5pm on the following section of highway:

  • The B5211 Barton Road, Worsley at the junction with Farm Lane.

The closure is required to enable the construction of a speed junction table.

Diversions will be signed via the A572 Worsley Road and Folly Lane.

A572 Worsley Road, Worsley Brow

A road closure will be in effect from Saturday 17 June 2017 for a period of up to two days between the hours of 7am and 5pm on the following section of highway:

  • The A572 Worsley Road at the junction with Worsley Brow in an easterly direction for a distance of approximately 200 metres.

The closure is required to carry out essential resurfacing works.

Diversions will be signed as follows:

  • West bound traffic from the direction of the A580 East Lancashire Road will be diverted via the A580, and the A575 Walkden Road.
  • East bound traffic will be diverted via the A575 Walkden Road and the A580 East Lancashire Road.

Motorists are encouraged to find alternative routes.

Duchy Road

A road closure will be in effect from Tuesday 23 May 2017 for a maximum period of three days between the hours of 8am and 4pm on the following section of highway:

  • Duchy Road, Salford, from the junction with Greenwood Street to the junction with Pevensey Road.

The closure is required to enable essential resurfacing works to be carried out.

Works could be completed within two days.

Diversions will be signed locally.

Moorside Road

A road closure will be in effect from Saturday 10 June 2017 for a maximum period of two days on the following section of highway:

  • Moorside Road, Swinton from the junction with the A580 East Lancashire Road to the junction with the A6 Chorley Road.

The closure is required to enable essential resurfacing works to be carried out.

Access for residents will be maintained when possible and a local diversion will be erected.

East Ordsall Lane

A road closure will be in effect from Sunday 13 August 2017 for a period of one day on the following section of highway:

  • East Ordsall Lane, from the junction with Middlewood Street to the junction with James Street.

The closure is required to enable network access to their bridge for essential maintenance.

Diversions will be signed locally.

New Bailey Street

Various schemes will commence on New Bailey Street, Salford from Saturday 29 May 2017 until October 2017.

  • Scheme one, service diversion works will take place over the weekend of Saturday and Sunday 20 and 21 May, two way traffic will be maintained however some delays can be expected.
  • Scheme two, installation of hoarding for the purposes of containing a new development from Monday 22 May, little or no traffic impact however pedestrians will be diverted to the opposite side of the carriageway.
  • Scheme three, the New Bailey Gateway scheme will commence mid to late June 2017 during which time these works will be carried out under lane closures and the use of temporary traffic signals, delays can be expected and motorists are advised to find an alternative route.

In addition to the above proposals the pay and display parking bays fronting New Bailey Street on the Manchester bound side of the carriageway will be suspended from Monday 22 May until the New Bailey gateway scheme has been completed.

Bury New Road

2 way temporary signals will be operation from Saturday 13th May for a period of up to 2 weeks on the following section of highway:

  • A56 Bury New Road, at the junction with Upper Camp Street.

The temporary signals are required to assist with enabling the installation of a new gas main.

Delays can be expected during this time however the signals will be manually operated throughout the working day to minimize disruption.

Great Clowes Street / Broughton Lane Junction

4 way temporary signals will be in operation from Monday 3 July 2017 for a period of up to 4 weeks on the following section of highway:

  • A5066 Great Clowes Street at the junction with Broughton Lane.

The temporary signals are required to assist with enabling the installation of a new gas main.

Delays can be expected during this time however the signals will be manually operated throughout the working day to minimize disruption. 

Gas Main Renewal Works

Various road closures will be in effect from Monday 3 April 2017 for a period of up to 13 weeks on the following section of highway:

  • Upper Camp Street, Salford from the junctions with Great Clowes Street in a northerly direction to the junction with Bury New Road, expect for access.
  • Hilton Street, Salford from the junction with Fenney Street in a southerly direction to the junction with Grove Street.
  • Grove Street, Salford from the junction of Bury New Road.

In addition to the above, lane closures will also be required along the length of Great Clowes Street, the dates to be confirmed.

Finally temporary traffic signals will be in operation on Bury New Road from Tuesday 18 April for a period of six days.

The closures are required to enable the installation of a new gas main and will be carried out under phased working .

Diversions will be signed locally.

(A576) Eccles Old Road, Salford

The bus lanes running east and west bound along the A576 Eccles Old Road corridor between Weaste Lane and the A576 Gilda Brook roundabout are temporarily suspended from Monday 27 June for a period of 60 weeks.

The temporary suspension will allow all vehicles access to both lanes during this period and has been introduced to reduce congestion due to a number of major projects taking place within the highway network both locally and on the motorway network.

Trinity Way, Salford

A temporary 20 miles per hour speed limit will be in effect from Monday 1 February 2016 for a period of 18 months on the following section of highway:

  • Trinity Way, Salford from the junction with Irwell Street to the junction of Hampson Street

The 20 miles per hour speed limit has been introduced on grounds of highway safety due to the carriageway widths being reduced to allow the construction of the Ordsall Chord adjacent to the carriageway.

National Cycle Network Route 6, Adelphi Bridge

The Adelphi Street footpath joining Adelphi footbridge forms part of the National Cycle Route 6, a strategic route linking Salford and Manchester.

Due to the close proximity of a new housing development, it will be necessary to close a section of the shared cycle route and footpath on grounds of safety to enable the safe development of the site adjacent to the route.

The closure will be in place for a period of up to 18 months during which a signed diversion be erected locally extending the route by a further 160 metres.

Ordsall Chord, Salford

Works are due to commence on the Ordsall Chord from Saturday 10 January to deliver improved rail travel across the north and to connect Manchester Victoria train station with both Oxford Road and Piccadilly Stations.

As part of this major project there is a requirement to put in place a new railway bridge crossing over Trinity Way, Salford.

These works will impact on Trinity Way between the Water Street junction and the Irwell Street junction for a period of 20 months.

Throughout the works there will be a requirement for overnight closures and lane closures along Trinity Way which will be signed in advance of each closure on site throughout the project.

Ordsall Lane, Salford

A temporary prohibition of driving will be in effect from Monday 6 April 2015 for a period of 28 months on the following section of highway:

  • Ordsall Lane, Salford east side only from a point 107 metres north of the northern kerbline of Regent Road for a distance of 145 metres in a northerly direction, due to the lane closure there will be no access for south bound traffic from Middlewood Street or Hampson Street, however access will be maintained via Ordsall Lane toward Middlwood Street and Hampson Street

The 145 metre north-bound closure is required to contain the construction of the Wilburn Basin housing development.

Motorists are advised to utilise Trinity Way and Regent Road, the closure will not affect access or egress for the Regent Road retail park.

This page was last updated on 25 May 2017

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