Wednesday, November 29, 2017
Lancashire County Council is holding a number of drop-in sessions in the Lancaster area next week for people to find out more about major repairs planned for Greyhound Bridge.
The bridge will be closed for six-months while Lancashire County Council carries out a £4m refurbishment project to ensure it retains the strength to carry big HGVs.
While Greyhound Bridge is closed, the road network in the city centre will be remodelled to allow two-way running of vehicles on the nearby Skerton Bridge - as a temporary measure while the improvements are made.
The council is also holding four drop-in sessions for people to find out more about the scheme and ask any questions they may have.
• Monday 4 December 10am to 8pm at Morecambe Town Hall
• Tuesday 5 December 10am to 8pm at Lancaster Town Hall
• Wednesday 6 December 10am to 6pm at The Arndale Shopping Centre, Morecambe
• Thursday 7 December 10am to 4pm at St Nicholas Arcades, Lancaster
The repair work is scheduled to begin in January with the bridge expected to reopen in June. The rest of the work will be carried out with a minimum of 2 lanes open on Greyhound Bridge, with the entire project scheduled to finish in late autumn 2018.
Find out more about the repair scheme.
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