We use cookies to give you the best experience on our website and bring you more relevant advertising.

Learn more about cookies
Search for more Public Notices in your area
Highways England Company Limited
Traffic

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 -SECTION 14 THE M6 MOTORWAY (JUNCTIONS 33-32 SOUTHBOUND CARRIAGEWAY) [TEMPORARY RESTRICTION OF TRAFFIC) ORDER 2017

Notice ID: MF0232893

Notice effective from
18th August 2017 to 17th September 2017

highways england
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 -SECTION 14
THE M6 MOTORWAY (JUNCTIONS 33-32 SOUTHBOUND CARRIAGEWAY) [TEMPORARY RESTRICTION OF TRAFFIC) ORDER 2017
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Highways England Company Limited (Company No. 09346363) Intends to make an Order on the M6 Motorway in the Borough of Wyre in the County of Lancashire to enable resurfacing works, and the replacement of road markings and road studs; to be carried out in safety.
The Order will impose a 50 mph speed restriction on the M6 southbound carriageway between junction 33 and 32, from a point 213 metres north of the centreline of Woodacre Great Wood Bridge, to a point 160 metres south of the centreline of Bailtons Farm Bridge. The works are expected to be in place overnight between 2000 hours and 0600 hours during a period starting on Tuesday 12 September 2017 and ending on Saturday 16 September 2017. However, works may start and continue between the same times on subsequent nights or continue until completed. The restrictions will not apply to emergency services or special-forces vehicles and will only apply during such times and to such extent as shall be indicated by traffic signs. The Order comes into force on 11 September 2017 and has a maximum duration of eighteen months. For further information please contact Anisah Murphy, Telephone Number: 0300 470 6076.
David Logan, an official of Highways England Company Limited, Piccadilly Gate, Store Street, Manchester M1 2WD.

Attachments

MF0232893.pdf Download

Comments


or Register to leave a comment and/or receive comment alerts.

Related notices