Broughton interchange roadworks: M6 Junction works overrunning by two months

Posted on - 2nd November, 2014 - 12:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Broughton, Fulwood, Preston News, Roads, Transport
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M6 roadworks at Junction 32 are due to continue until January

A major roadworks scheme on the M6 is due to be finished two months behind schedule.


Broughton interchange at Junction 32 is seeing lane widening where the M6 joins the M55.

The Highways Agency had advised the £7 million works were due to finish on Friday 7 November, but this has now slipped to January.

It comes as M6 southbound and northbound work at Junction 31 finishes, which has contributed to gridlock in and around Preston for the last fortnight.

The widening works at Broughton are to create a third lane northwards on the M6.

Changes are being made to the M55 two lane exit, but it remains at two lanes. The M55 entry to the M6 northbound is also seeing changes but stays as tow lanes.

New overhead sign gantries are being erected.

Numerous overnight closures have taken place since the roadworks at Junction 32 began in May.

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