Motorists warned of potential delays in Padgate

Warrington Guardian: Motorists warned of potential delays in Padgate Motorists warned of potential delays in Padgate

MOTORISTS are being warned there may be delays as temporary traffic lights come into use at a busy junction.

There have been delays to the traffic signal works at the junction of King Edward Street and Padgate Lane.

Four way temporary traffic lights willl need to remain operating this evening and tomorrow morning.

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1:34pm Wed 4 Dec 13

whatever13 says...

Traffic Management at WBC is appalling. Road works Winnick Road.....Now this at Padgate Lane. Side roads always have to take the burden of extra traffic. Any accident on mootorways Warrington gridlocked. All the councillors seem interested in is wasting police time, calling them to eject member from council meeting.....egos gone mad!
Traffic Management at WBC is appalling. Road works Winnick Road.....Now this at Padgate Lane. Side roads always have to take the burden of extra traffic. Any accident on mootorways Warrington gridlocked. All the councillors seem interested in is wasting police time, calling them to eject member from council meeting.....egos gone mad! whatever13

1:26pm Thu 5 Dec 13

old-codger says...

What an ed balls they have made of traffic management in this town.
What an ed balls they have made of traffic management in this town. old-codger

2:25pm Thu 5 Dec 13

gobbledebook says...

It's a bit late reporting this, there has been temporary traffic lights during the day numerous times during the last few weeks. It appears that no effort was made to operate them inconjunction with the set at Padgate Lane, causing long tailbacks on Padgate Lane and Orford Road.
It's a bit late reporting this, there has been temporary traffic lights during the day numerous times during the last few weeks. It appears that no effort was made to operate them inconjunction with the set at Padgate Lane, causing long tailbacks on Padgate Lane and Orford Road. gobbledebook

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