Posted: Thu 24th Sep 2020

UPDATED: Emergency repairs on A494 at Aston Hill completed on time

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Sep 24th, 2020

 Update: All lane are back open this morning following the overnight closure on the A494 of one eastbound lane for emergency repairs.

Yesterday’s report: Traffic Wales is warning of disruption on the A494 this afternoon.

One lane of the eastbound carriageway at Aston Hill will be closed from 5pm today for emergency repairs.

Welsh Water is carrying out work on a ‘strategic water main’ under the carriageway.

The carriageway is expected to be back open by 8am on Friday.

A traffic report states: “ Emergency repairs by Dwr Cymru to a strategic water main located under the A494 (T) at Aston Hill using Eastbound Lane 1 Closure. Works will commence at 17:00 and continue overnight.

Major disruption is anticipated and traffic should avoid the area if possible.”

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