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Discussion in 'Stafford Chat' started by captainpish, Oct 6, 2014.
Yes, the minefield has been removed
Greyfriars Place will be one way for 8 weeks from the 17th Feb.
Straight up, Paula Abdul told me
Phew, I read that as Greyfriars, not the side street Greyfriars Place....
There is a road closure warning on Sandon Road, presumably for the new housing units on the old Sandon Road Motors site.
It is scheduled to run from Feb 17th, for a few days, possibly to the 20th..?
temporary lights warning on beaconside 17 Feb for 12 weeks near Marston grange / parkside
It's all going on on the 17th!
Rover Unning WoadRorks
Droken Crown Brane
M6 blocked overturned van
With HS2 being given the go ahead tomorrow and work going to start imminently, especially as Birmingham to Crewe now being lumped into the 1st stage of the project and likely to be finished by 2028 approx, how will this impact upon Stafford's already gridlocked traffic network and roadworks? Especially around Yarlet Bank and continuing M6 smart motorway works and Greyfriars Place mini-bypass?
Pork prices will rise
No effect whatsoever
Some shit will go down before too long
More hoovering going on today.
Maybe we'll eventually get back to the decent surface that we had before the 'repair'?
An electronic information sign has appeared at the end of Greyfriars before the roundabout advising that there will be approximately 20 weeks of roadworks (gas) taking place nearby from the 17th Feb.
Nothing is mentioned on the Roadworks website on Stone Road or Eccleshall Road though.
Depending on exactly where the gas works are going to take place, this means either the recently tarmacked roundabout is going to be dug up again, or the recently surface dressed A34 &/or Eccleshall Road will be undressed for the gas works. Traffic lights will likely to be used. As per usual, Alliance Street will be an excellent obvious short-cut to avoid the queueing on either of the two main roads.
I guess the erection of the large digital signage rather than a puny metal sign, warning drivers of these upcoming works, means there will certainly be massive delays.