Roadworks at busy Kidderminster junction causing delays

Kidderminster Shuttle: Roadworks at busy Kidderminster junction causing delays Roadworks at busy Kidderminster junction causing delays

ROADWORKS which caused several delays during Kidderminster's morning and evening rush hours are set to continue until tomorrow.

Temporary traffic lights are in use to accommodate Severn Trent Water works at the Comberton Road/ Chester Road North junction and have caused gridlock throughout that part of the town.

The roadworks are due to be finished during the day tomorrow.

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2:32pm Wed 11 Dec 13

stoke1 says...

Does the refer to roadworks on Broadwaters?
I say bravo to the National Grid for their wonderful work, i really enjoyed sitting for 40 mins to get home last night.
Does the refer to roadworks on Broadwaters? I say bravo to the National Grid for their wonderful work, i really enjoyed sitting for 40 mins to get home last night. stoke1

2:32pm Wed 11 Dec 13

stoke1 says...

stoke1 wrote:
Does the refer to roadworks on Broadwaters?
I say bravo to the National Grid for their wonderful work, i really enjoyed sitting for 40 mins to get home last night.
This.....
[quote][p][bold]stoke1[/bold] wrote: Does the refer to roadworks on Broadwaters? I say bravo to the National Grid for their wonderful work, i really enjoyed sitting for 40 mins to get home last night.[/p][/quote]This..... stoke1

12:38am Thu 12 Dec 13

IGeoTre says...

It's been smelling badly of gas around there for a few days, so unfortunately quite necessary.
It's been smelling badly of gas around there for a few days, so unfortunately quite necessary. IGeoTre

12:40am Thu 12 Dec 13

IGeoTre says...

Broadwaters I mean, not the works the article refers to.
Broadwaters I mean, not the works the article refers to. IGeoTre

9:42am Thu 12 Dec 13

stoke1 says...

IGeoTre wrote:
It's been smelling badly of gas around there for a few days, so unfortunately quite necessary.
Of course the work needs to take place.
Only an idiot would argue otherwise.
But the national grid should have people on it 24/7 to fix the problem quickly and to minimise the disruption to local residents and transient traffic flow.
My point was that after 40 mins of hold up, there was nobody actually working on the carriageway works as the site had been deserted.
[quote][p][bold]IGeoTre[/bold] wrote: It's been smelling badly of gas around there for a few days, so unfortunately quite necessary.[/p][/quote]Of course the work needs to take place. Only an idiot would argue otherwise. But the national grid should have people on it 24/7 to fix the problem quickly and to minimise the disruption to local residents and transient traffic flow. My point was that after 40 mins of hold up, there was nobody actually working on the carriageway works as the site had been deserted. stoke1

10:14pm Thu 12 Dec 13

John Herbert Smith says...

Let me guess, BT will probably decide to re-do the wires in the same location about a week after this work is finished. And then British Gas a few months later.

Never coordinated.
Let me guess, BT will probably decide to re-do the wires in the same location about a week after this work is finished. And then British Gas a few months later. Never coordinated. John Herbert Smith

9:17am Wed 18 Dec 13

Arsiep says...

This was the long awaited (and still unfinished!) repair by Severn Tren at the High School junction. The leak will soon be a year old!
This was the long awaited (and still unfinished!) repair by Severn Tren at the High School junction. The leak will soon be a year old! Arsiep

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