Posted: Tue 20th Sep 2016

Updated: Sun 1st Jan

Broken traffic lights cause long delays in Saltney

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Sep 20th, 2016

Drivers heading from Saltney to Broughton were caught up in long delays on Monday due to temporary traffic lights failing.

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At one point it was taking over 20 minutes to travel a mile towards Broughton.

Traffic began to flow at around 1pm.

A spokesman for Flintshire County Council told us:


“Scottish Power have been working over the weekend to repair a damaged cable under an emergency notice. We were notified by a member of public that the temporary traffic signals were not working and causing congestion. The Utility were informed and the traffic management has since been removed.”

On Twitter: @Michellecarp86 said: “Avoid saltney /Broughton main road . Traffic lights seem to be permanently be on red both way today” ?
While @IanAHHH tweeted; “Its chaos here atm! Traffic from Saltney into broughton not moving :/



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