A55 £5m emergency crossing points used JUST ONCE in 18 months

A55 £5m emergency crossing points used JUST ONCE in 18 months
 

Emergency crossing points that cost millions to install on the A55, have only been used once in 18 months, admits the Welsh Government.
In January 2015 James Price, the then Welsh Government’s director general of economy, science and transport told the Daily Post 38 central reservation gates - known as emergency crossing points (ECPs) would reduce what he described as traffic “mayhem” on the A55, as contraflows could be set up quickly.
They cost £5m to install and six months to put in place which caused delays and misery for drivers at the time.
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10 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 42
Source: Daily Post
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