The Highways Agency (HA) has urged operators to avoid using the A5036 in Liverpool and the area leading up to the Liverpool Docks, after a burst water main caused problems on the motorway just last week. If you or your freight operators are travelling through or around this area then it s advised to plan an alternative route in order to avoid delays and additional mishap. You can view the affected routes here.
The area leading up to the Liverpool Docks through the Switch Interchange has been closed since the incident happened last week. Unfortunately, it s likely that there will be prolonged traffic along the diversion route until the repair works are completed. According to a report, The southbound carriageway of the A5036 Dunnings Bridge Road is expected to remain closed between its junctions with Copy Lane and Heysham Road while work is undertaken.
A diversion onto the southbound M57 to junction 6 where drivers can rejoin the Westbound A5036 at Church Road is in place. Tags: Freight Industry, Freight Industry News, Haulage News, HGV News This entry was posted on Monday, September 10th, 2012 at 3:35 pm and is filed under General, HGV Insurance, haulage insurance. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
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