Section of busy Barrow road to be resurfaced

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Repairs: Part of Roose Road in Barrow is set to be resurfaced. GOOGLE MAPS
Repairs: Part of Roose Road in Barrow is set to be resurfaced. GOOGLE MAPS
20 February 2017 1:38PM

A NUMBER of road closures will be in place for two weeks while a section of a main road in Barrow is resurfaced.

From March 6, part of Roose Road between Frederick Street and St Luke's Street is set to be resurfaced by engineers working on behalf of Cumbria County Council.

As a result, the junctions of a number of roads which lead on to Roose Road will be closed to allow traffic to be managed through the roadworks.

Small sections of Frederick Street, Risedale Road, St Luke's Street and St Luke's Avenue will be closed, where they meet Roose Road, for up to two weeks.

Diversions will be in place and signposted.

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Andrea   Yates , Ulverston Friday, 17 February, 2017 at 8:41PM
So ...... .. not only is the A590 very slow due to roadworks, the only other major road being the coast road feeding onto Roose Road, and now that it is going to have major works as well!? The village lanes are super busy with idiots and getting about is a bit like a cross between the Wacky Races and Le Mans in the mornings and now more traffic will be diverted into residential streets full of cars and commuting parents with children (some very young and unaccpmpanied) trying to get to school!! Did somebody forget to join the dots here?
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