Work set for A585 - but only at night
A new programme of works is set to begin on one of the Fylde coast’s busiest roads, which is already plagued by chronic congestion.
But Highways England, which oversees the A585, insists disruption will be kept to a minimum as the work will be carried out at night.
The work will see improvements which include resurfacing, drainage, lighting and signage works.
It is due to start on February 19 and is scheduled to take seven weeks, culminating in a finish date of April 10, with the work being carried out from 8pm until 6am, with full closure involved.
The area of the road affected will be the... read more
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