Posted: Wed 14th Feb 2018

Saltney roadworks causing some delays

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Feb 14th, 2018

There are delays on the A5104 Chester Road for those heading into to Saltney from Broughton due to roadworks and three way traffic lights.

Utilities contractor GTC is excavating part of the pathway to lay around 5 meters of new gas main.

The work is being carried out to enable a gas supply to a new housing development, it is scheduled to be completed by February 27.

Average queuing time for those heading into Saltney was around six minutes before rush however that has increased to between 10 and 15 minutes.

There’s also significant delays further up at Broughton, work on a water main and temporary traffic signals are causing delays with nearly one mile of queuing traffic prior to the Broughton roundabout.

 

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