St Denys Road: Lane closure causes tailbacks

st denys road lane cosure 12 7 23 600px Update 2: A lane closure on the railway bridge approaching Thomas Lewis Way westbound on St Denys Road was causing tailbacks for traffic today (July 12), with queues stretching back through St Denys to at least as far as the Triangle mid-morning.

 

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According to one.network, which maps roadworks in the city, the lane closure is for a week for Network Rail Infrastructure, contacted for comment, to carry out as yet unspecified work, although it's thought to be to make brickwork safe on the bridge.

st denys road bridge brickwork robin bluemel 600px Photo: Robin Bluemel

st denys road bridge brickwork 2 robin bluemel 600px Photo: Robin Bluemel

Works are also currently continuing to improve the left-hand lane off Thomas Lewis Way into St Denys - expected to last about a further week.

Bluestar later tweeted about disruption on its Service 20 as a result of the lane closure on the railway bridge, saying it was adding around 10 minutes to journey times.

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