Temporary traffic lights for SIX WEEKS on A590 between Barrow and Ulverston
Work to boost flood resilience along a section of the A590 between Dalton and Ulverston in Cumbria will get under way on Monday October 10.
The £410,000 Highways England project to repair and improve drainage between Dalton roundabout and Queen Street in Ulverston is set to take 6 weeks and be completed by Sunday 20 November.
The repairs include improving access to the drainage system to reduce disruption to drivers during future maintenance.
Highways England project manager Peter Gee said: “Although these are routine wear and tear repairs, the work will increase the resilience of the route... read more
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