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UPDATE: Petition launched to improve A595 between Barrow and Sellafield

Trucks make their way along the A595 between Kirkby and Askam.

A PETITION calling on the government to act by improving the A595 from Barrow to Sellafield has attracted nearly 200 signatures.

The petition was set up by Frank Rewaj and is being hosted on the government’s e-petition website.

It calls on the government to “re-trunk the portion of the A595 from Barrow to Sellafield and make it fit for the traffic it carries”.

It argues that sections through Askam, Kirkby and Grizebeck are not wide enough for two cars to pass, saying a bridge across the Duddon Estuary would ease the problem.

You can view the petition at: http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/58205

Have your say

What's the point, you never show them!

Posted by I.S. on 16 December 2013 at 19:25

My name may be attached to the petition but it is a petition set up by the A595 Action Group in order to further the aims of that group.

If you agree with the motion put forward in the petition please sign it and share the address with others.

Posted by Frank Rewaj on 16 December 2013 at 19:01

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