Mossley motorists face disruption on the roads

MOTORISTS in Mossley and Stalybridge face disruption on the roads.

Three-way traffic signals will be in operation on Mossley Road while a 450-yard section of retaining wall will be replaced.

The work, which is between the junctions of Luzley Road and the Hartshead Inn, will not be completed until June.

A section of Manchester Road, Mossley, is to be shut during daytime for the next two weekends for road resurfacing works.

The stretch, between Tame Valley Close and Tame Bank Close, will be closed on March 9, 10 and March 16, 17 between 8am to 6pm.

Through traffic will be prohibited, but access to residents and businesses will be available when it is safe to do so.

A diversion will be put in place along Huddersfield Road, Stalybridge.

Temporary traffic signals will also be in operation 9.30am to 4pm Monday to Friday on the same section of highway to replace existing iron work at the side of the road.

Resurfacing work is also taking place on Huddersfield Road, Stalybridge, for one week beginning Monday, March 11.

The section is between Parkfields and Brushes Road and two-way temporary traffic signals will be in operation between 9.30am and 4.30pm Monday to Friday.

One Reply to “Mossley motorists face disruption on the roads”

  1. Why are Tameside Council carrying out all these roadworks in Mossley at the same time? Once again they love to isolate Mossley.

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