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Motorists face up to 18 months of road works

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MOTORISTS in the Great Sankey-Chapelford area of Warrington face a period of delays as temporary bans on driving on four roads.
Borough council chiefs intend making an order prohibiting driving on Sycamore Lane, from its junction with Tankersley Grove to its junction with Blakehill Drive for nine months, starting from Monday, February 1.
The closure is required to enable construction work on the southern platform of the new Warrington West railway station.
An alternative route will involve Whittle Avenue, Moran Drive, Santa Rosa Boulevard, Boston Boulevard, Sunset Boulevard and Burtonwood Road.
On Monday, February 5 work will start on Burtonwood Road and Kingswood Road, involving prohibitions of driving, speed restrictions, footway closures and bans on right turns.
These restrictions are necessary to enable highway improvements and carriageway widening to take place. The work could take up to 18 months to complete.
Another order will come into force on February 8-9 and again on February 14-21, involving Lingley Green Avenue from its junction with Barrow Hall Lane to the traffic island at the entrance to Lingley Mere Business Park.
This order will be effective between 7pm and 6am and is required to allow for carriageway resurfacing associated with the new entrance to Great Sankey Leisure Centre.
The final order, coming into effect from Monday, February 19 for five days will prohibit driving on Barrow Hall Lane from its junction with Mill Lane to its junction with Park Road.
It is required to allow for replacement of traffic calming measures on Barrow Hall Lane to the south of Mill Lane.
An alternative route via Park Road and Lingley Green Avenue, will be signposted.
Access will be maintained to properties affected by the various orders.

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  1. Another order will come into force on February 8-9 and again on February 14-21, involving Lingley Green Avenue from its junction with Barrow Hall Lane to the traffic island at the entrance to Lingley Mere Business Park.
    This order will be effective between 7pm and 6am and is required to allow for carriageway resurfacing associated with the new entrance to Great Sankey Leisure Centre.

    WHY NOT WIDEN THESE OVERSUBSCRIBED ROADS DURING THE CLOSURE

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