Current roadworks and closures

Notice date: 12 November 2019

WGIS Lift Bridge

A bridge closure will be in effect from Monday 11 November for a period of five days and then again from Monday 18 November for a further five day period at the following location:

  • The new ‘Western Gateway Infrastructure Scheme’ (WGIS) lift bridge crossing the Manchester Ship Canal between Salford and Trafford.

The two closures are required to enable essential repairs and maintenance to the bridge.

Diversions will be signed via both the M60 motorway and Barton Road / Redclyffe Road.

A57 Liverpool Road / Stadium Way

An emergency lane closure is currently in effect on the following section of highway:

  • A57 Liverpool Road junction of Stadium Way, Eccles bound.

The lane closure is required due to a collapsed manhole cover and frame near to the centre of the carriageway.

Peak hour delays can be expected.

A666 Bolton Road

Temporary lane closures will be in effect from Tuesday 12 November 2019 for a period of six days during off peak periods only on the following section of highway:

  • A666 Bolton Road, Swinton between Pendlebury Road and Station Road.

The lane closures are required to enable carriageway resurfacing, installation of high friction materials.

Some delays can be expected.

Parrin Lane

Temporary traffic signals will be in operation for a period of two days from Saturday 16 November 2019 between the hours of 9.30am and 3.30pm on the following section of highway:

  • Parrin Lane, Eccles at the junction with Lambton Lane.

The signals are required to provide a lane closure to carry out essential repairs to a chamber within the carriageway.

Minor delays can be expected.

Queensway

A road closure will be in effect on Wednesday 20 November 2019 between the hours of 9.30am and 3.30pm on the following section of highway:

  • Queensway, Worsley at the junction with Newearth Road.

The closure is required to enable access to media cable and fibre optics on behalf of BT.

A diversion will be signed via Shawbrook Avenue. 

Haddon Road

Temporary traffic signals will be in operation for a period of five days from Saturday 9 November 2019 between the hours of 9.30am and 3pm on the following section of highway:

  • Haddon Road, Eccles at the junction with Bakewell Road.

The signals are required to provide a lane closure to carry out works within the carriageway.

Minor delays can be expected.

Great Clowes Street

Temporary four way traffic signals will be in operation from Saturday 16 November 2019 for a period of two day between the hours of 9am and 4pm on the following section of highway:

  • Great Clowes Street, Salford at the junction with Broughton Lane.

The temporary signals are required to a provide lane closures to enable repairs to a damaged manhole cover and frame.

Delays can be expected.

Lancaster Road

A road closure will be in effect from Monday 11 November 2019 for a period of up to five nights between the hours of 10pm and 6am on the following section of highway:

  • Lancaster Road, Salford at the junction with the A576 Eccles Old Road.

The closure is required to enable the installation of a new high friction surface at the junction with Lancaster Road and Eccles Old Road. These works are weather dependant and my complete in as little as 3 nights.

Diversions will be signed via the local arterial route network however it is anticipated that much of the traffic will utilize local residential streets. 

Eccles Old Road

Temporary traffic signals will be in operation from Monday 11 November 2019 for a period of up to five nights between the hours of 10pm and 6am on the following section of highway:

  • Eccles Old Road, at the junctions with Lancaster Road and Stott Lane.

The temporary signals are required to a provide lane closures to enable the installation of a new high friction surface.

Minor delays can be expected.

MSIRR

A number of overnight road closures will be in effect from 11 November 2019 for a period of six nights between the hours of 10pm and 6am, please refer to below for further details:

  • Trinity Way, north bound closure from the junction with Water Street to the junction with New Quay Street, Monday 18 November for three consecutive nights.
  • Trinity Way, south bound closure from the junction with New Quay Street to the junction with Water Street, Thursday 21 November for three consecutive nights.

The closures are require to enable carriageway resurfacing works to be carried out as part of the delivery of the Manchester Salford Inner Relief Route (MSIRR).

Diversions for the north bound closure will be signed via he A57 Regent Road, Oldfield Road and the A6 Chapel Street and vice versa for the south bound closure in addition there will also be a diversion for the north bound closure for low sided vehicles via Orsdall Lane East.

A572 Worsley Brow

Major works are due to commence Monday 13 January 2020 for a period of up to 30 weeks on the following section of highway:

  • A572 Worsley Brow, junction 13 of the M60 between the A572 Leigh Road and Barton Road.

The scheme is required to carry out major drainage and highway improvements to the carriageway and both roundabouts, this includes full reconstruction and resurfacing works. The project will also include resurfacing of the junctions at the A572 Worsley Road, the A572 Leigh Road and the A575 Walkden Road where they join Worsley Brow.

The majority of the project will take place under lane closures Monday to Friday during off peak periods, 9.30am to 3.30pm however later in the project there will be a requirement for evening and overnight closures to carry out full width resurfacing and lining works.

Whilst the majority of the works are programmed to be carried out off peak nights and evenings, delays can be expected due to a reduction in capacity when down to one lane in each direction.

Motorists are advised to find an alternative route were possible.  

Blackfriars Road

An HGV ban will be in effect from Monday 11 November for a period of three days between the hours of 9.30am and 9pm on the following section of highway:

  • Blackfriars Road, Salford between the junctions of Chapel Street and Trinity Way.

The HGV ban is required to enable a daily event to take place and will effect vehicles greater than two tons gross weight.

Local diversions will be signed both east and west bound via Chapel Street joining Trinity Way.

Middlewood Street

A road closure will be in effect from Wednesday 28 August 2019 for a period of up to 20 weeks on the following section of highway:

  • Middlewood Street, Salford from the junction with Oldfield Road in an easterly direction to the junction with Ordsall Lane.

The closure is required to carry out major improvements to the carriageway and footways as part of the delivery of the MSIRR, Manchester Salford Inner Relief Route.

From Wednesday 4 September 2019 the road closure will also incorporate Hampson Street from Ordsall Lane to Trinity Way.

Diversions will be signed via the local arterial route network.

Trinity Way

Lane closures are currently in effect on Trinity Way and are as follows:

  • Monday 23 September 2019 for a period of up to eight weeks, 24 hours a day Trinity Way both north and south bound at the junction with Hampson Street.

The lane closure are required to carry out completion and snagging works to the recently updated carriageway as part of the delivery of the Manchester Salford Inner Relief Route (MSIRR), delays can be expected. 

Hankinson Way

Lane closures will be in effect from Monday 21 October 2019 for a period of 12 months on the following section of highway.

  • Hankinson Way, Salford both sides of the dual carriageway for their entire lengths.

The lane closures are required to carry out major reconstruction and upgrades to the carriageways and footways as part of the delivery of the Salford Bolton Network Improvement scheme (SBNI).

Delays can be expected initially. 

St Stephen Street

A rolling road closure is currently in effect until Tuesday 31 December 2019 on the following section of highway:

  • St Stephen Street, Salford from the junction with Blackfriars Road in a southerly direction.

The rolling closure is required to enable the installation of a new large diameter gas main as part of the upgrades to Salford’s gas network.

The closure will move along incrementally.

Diversions will be signed locally.

This page was last updated on 12 November 2019

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