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Tuesday, 03 March 2015

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Traffic diversions planned for Ulverston road while National Grid move a gas main

NATIONAL Grid engineers will be closing a section of an Ulverston road over three weekends.

They are working to change the location of a gas main along Morecambe Road.
A short section, opposite the allotment gardens, will be closed and a diversion route will be signposted.
Work will take place this weekend, April 26 and 27 April plus May 10 and 11.
Work has been timed to avoid the Easter and Bank Holiday weekends.

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Less than 72 hrs notice of a Road Closure, even then they got the Dates Wrong on what they posted through the door ( Thursday 10th April) States Road Closed Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th April. and the "Map of Diversion" is printed so small you would need an electron scanning microscope to read it, and even then they cannot get the road names correct, Myself I would love to see someone try and drive a 40 ft articulated lorry into and along the length of Well Lane and manage to turn out of either end. Seriously the map was drawn up in February and obviously not checked.

Posted by Andy Gratton on 11 April 2014 at 08:52

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