Traffic disharmony in store as Canal Street CLOSED in one direction

March 14, 2017 - one direction

A categorical highway into Nottingham city centre is sealed this morning as workers understanding with a gas leak.

Yesterday dual lanes of Canal Street were sealed entrance into a city, withdrawal only one westbound line open.

That caused poignant delays, with trade overload going as distant behind as Sneinton Dale, Carlton Hill, Trent Bridge and roads nearby Lady Bay Retail Park.

But this morning, Tuesday, all 3 Canal Street westbound lanes have been sealed due to puncture repairs holding place.

It means drivers will not be means to enter Canal Street from a London Road devious – and instead face a diversion around Queen’s Road, Sheriffs Way, Waterway Street West, Wilford Road and Collin Street.

Nottingham City Transport says delays are approaching to a following train services: Navy 1, 3, 4; Green 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11; Lilac 24, 25, 27, Red 43, 44 and Pathfinder 100.

Eastbound trade is not affected.

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The gas trickle was rescued on Sunday night. A mouthpiece for a National Grid gas pronounced gas readings have been rescued in ducts in a road.

The mouthpiece said: “It is not nonetheless know how prolonged a repairs will take; however, staff will be operative 24 hours a day. The work is holding place during a connection of Trent Street. We are contemptible for any delays. Every bid is being done to finish these repairs as shortly as possible.”

The work comes not prolonged after prior gas works carried out in Canal Street in Jan that took some-more than a fortnight to sort.

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