National Highways will be carrying out work to repair the southbound carriageway of the M6 between junctions 34 and 33. The works will include resurfacing and replacing road markings and road studs. This is to ensure that they keep the network safe and operational, as well as improving journeys.
Work is due to start on Monday 14 March for around two weeks. This will take place overnight, between 7pm and 7am.
Below is a breakdown of the work and the traffic management arrangements that will be put in place.
M6 junction 35 to junction 34 – 14th to 15th March – Overnight closure of M6 southbound between junctions 35 and 34. Daytime lane closures with a 50mph temporary speed limit
M6 junction 34 and 33 – 16 to 22 March, and 30 March – Overnight closure of M6 southbound between junctions 34 and 33. Daytime lane closures with a 50mph temporary speed limit.
M6 junction 34 to junction 33 – 23 to 29 March – Overnight and daytime lane closures on the southbound carriageway between junctions 34 and 33 with a temporary 50mph speed limit
To ensure journeys are maintained, there will be signed diversion routes in place. But please allow additional time and check your journey before travelling. The diversion routes are outlined in the maps below.
National Highways aim to complete our work on time, but unforeseen circumstances such as bad weather may mean slight changes occur at short notice. Every effort will be made to ensure disruption is kept to a minimum.
However, these works will inevitably generate some noise and inconvenience and National Highways apologise in advance for any disturbance that they may cause.
For more information on these works and other schemes in the north-west, please visit: nationalhighways.co.uk/our-work/north-west/north-west-maintenanceschemes. You can also follow National Highways on Twitter for regular updates: @HighwaysNWEST. If you have any queries about the work, please contact us on 0300 123 5000. Or you
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