Hyde Road

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Monday 6th January

Manchester City Council will carry out works on Hyde Road, between Far Lane and Wall Way, where a section of the road reduces from four lanes to two.

Work will start on site on Monday 27th January 2020.

  • From Monday 27 January for up to 12 months
  • Between Far Lane and Wall Way

Advice for drivers

The A57 is expected to be congested and journey times will be slower especially in the Reddish and Gorton areas. Could you re-time your journey to avoid the lengthy delays? The quickest times will be before 6.30am, between 10.30am and 3pm and after 7pm.

Further journey time information will be updated once the work is underway. On the M60, Junction 24 is expected to be busier than usual. It may be quicker to leave via an alternative junction to reduce your journey time. Junction 27 (Stockport) and Junction 23 (Ashton-Under-Lyne) are options. Two Metrolink Park and Ride sites are available close to Junction 23.

Local trip times in the Gorton and Reddish areas are expected to increase. Walking and cycling may be quicker and healthier!

Alternative travel


Avoid the traffic and delays and hop on the train to get you to and from Manchester. Fast and frequent services operate seven days a week!

There is capacity off-peak Monday to Friday from 9.30am to 4pm and after 6.30pm. It’s cheaper during these hours too!

There are even Park and Ride facilities at the following locations:

  • Guide Bridge 115 Spaces (Guide Lane, Audenshaw, M34 5BR)
  • Broadbottom 100 Spaces (Market Street Broadbottom SK14 6AX)
  • Bredbury 100 Spaces (Stockport Road, WestBredbury, SK6 2AA)


Avoid the traffic, get in and out of the city quicker via tram!

There are several Metrolink lines available to use and several stops have cycling storage facilities and free Park and Rides.

If travelling from east Manchester there are two Park and Ride sites:

  • Ashton Moss with 200 spaces (Alexandria Drive, Ashton, OL6 7UB) – Journey time 30 minutes.
  • Ashton West with 194 spaces (Lord Sheldon Way, Ashton, OL7 0PG) - Journey time 30 minutes.

Journey time comparison from Ashton-under-Lyne to Manchester Piccadilly


The 201, 204, 205, 206 bus services will still operate during the works but may be subject to delays. It may be quicker to take frequent bus services on parallel routes such as the 219 service on Ashton Old Road and the 192 service on Stockport Road.

Services may have to make short diversions during the works in order to stick to the timetable. This information will be available by following bus operators on social media.

Cycling and Walking

During the works local and shorter trips may be quicker by walking/cycling.

This is especially true in the case of Gorton and Reddish areas. Leave the car at home and enjoy a brisk walk!

Useful Links

We have brought together some links that can help plan your journey