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Peter
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09/11/2018 : 11:58:25      reply with quote


SUNDAY 11 NOVEMBER 10.30 - 11.15am Kirkgate will be CLOSED to traffic for the Remembrance Service

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Roadworks

A6034 Keighley Road, Silsden, Bradford
11 November 12 November
Delays likely Traffic control (multi-way signals)
Works location: In junction with Kirkgate, Elliott Street, Keighley Road and Clog Bridge...
Works description: Renew anti-skid material (Traffic Light Head Only)...
Responsibility for works: Yorkshire Water
Current status: Planned work about to start
Works reference: QB003213922880150TL01


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Clog Bridge, Silsden, Bradford
11 November 12 November
Delays possible Traffic control (multi-way signals)
Works location: In junction with Kirkgate, Elliott Street, Keighley Road and Clog Bridge...
Works description: Remedial work (Traffic Light Head Only)...
Responsibility for works: Yorkshire Water
Current status: Planned work about to start
Works reference: QB003213922880150TL02


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Elliott Street, Silsden, Bradford
11 November 12 November
Delays possible Traffic control (multi-way signals)
Works location: In junction with Kirkgate, Elliott Street, Keighley Road and Clog Bridge...
Works description: Remedial work (Traffic Light Head Only)...
Responsibility for works: Yorkshire Water
Current status: Planned work about to start
Works reference: QB003213922880150TL03


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hat
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09/11/2018 : 15:35:12      reply with quote


The roadworks have all now been postponed until the new year following my wife speaking with yorkshire water and bradford council. As local business owners we were concerned about the impact on trade over the critical christmas period and also with the upcoming Christmas lights switch on and the planned procession, none of which had been taken into consideration. After a quick discussion with the right people, common sense prevailed
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Peter
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09/11/2018 : 15:50:11      reply with quote


Thanks for the update.
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victor
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09/11/2018 : 16:07:29      reply with quote


A big thank you to hat and his wife, well done.
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dexter
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11/11/2018 : 16:22:08      reply with quote


Why are the lights back again,then?
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Mickyfinn
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11/11/2018 : 19:33:19      reply with quote


No traffic lights at all on at Kirkgate by Clog Bridge after 3pm this afternoon, lights being apparently being repaired.
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Peter
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12/11/2018 : 17:46:49      reply with quote


Just a heads up.....

Although the traffic lights will not be around for the period up to Christmas they will be back in the New Year.

From the 5th January for 4 weeks the roads will be dug up to join Atlantis (Saxon Dean) to mains services.

4 of the parking bays (from opposite Dogs Body toward the old Post Office) will be removed and replaced with double yellow lines to ease the traffic pinch point. This is ONLY A TEMPORARY MEASURE.

Happy Christmas!

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