Resurfacing work to start on north Cumbrian roads
Published at 15:32, Thursday, 01 May 2014
Work to improve more than seven miles of north Cumbria's road network is due to begin next week.
Starting on Tuesday, the resurfacing project is due to last until the following Sunday.
To minimise delays, work will take place throughout daylight hours and over the weekend of May 10 and 11, says Cumbria County Council.
The work, which is weather dependent, is due to take place at
- A6071 from A7 junction to M6 junction - work takes place on May 6-7
- A7 Harker to M6 Greymoorhill - May 7
- A6071 Newtown to Laversdale - May 8
- A6071 New Mills to Sands, Brampton - May 8-9
- A689 Middle Farm, Brampton, to A69 roundabout - May 10
- A689 Watch Cross, Crosby-on-Eden, to Carlisle Airport proposed roundabout - May 11
- A689 Linstock roundabout to Crosby on Eden - May 11
Road closures will be in place while work is carried out. Access will be maintained to all properties on the affected routes.
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