Updated: Monday 11 January
🚧 24-hour lane closures are in place until late 2021. Please see below for further information.
- November 2020 onwards
- Between Regent Road roundabout and Ordsall Lane
Advice for drivers
Although the main improvement works aren't due to start until later in the year, some pre-works have now begun. This will involve 24-hour lane closures that could impact on your journey.
⚠️ There are currently lane closures in the following locations:
- Southbound between Regent Road/M602 and Broadway
⏲️ We will keep you up to date on this page with any delay or congestion information and the best times to travel to keep you moving.
Cycling 🚴 & Walking 🚶
During the works, local and shorter trips may be quicker by walking/cycling.
Walking and cycling are a great way to improve physical and mental health.
In order to protect people, ease pressure on our public transport system and keep traffic moving, we’re encouraging everyone to walk and cycle where possible - especially for shorter trips.
If travelling from or towards the Trafford area remember there is a segregated cycle lane on the A56 Chester Road that links Sale to Old Trafford.
Public transport is safe to use, however it should be used for essential journeys only. Consider active travel options such as cycling and walking especially for shorter journeys.
On weekdays, all Metrolink lines will run at a 10-minute frequency until 7pm when they will then operate every 20 minutes.
- If you travel before 7am there is an Early Bird ticketing offer. Click here for more information.
There is also a new ticketing offer which offers more flexible travel on Metrolink. Click here for more information.
If you’re travelling from west Manchester, considering using a free Metrolink Park and Ride including Parkway on the newly opened Trafford Park Line.
- Ladywell 250 spaces – 25-minute journey to the City Centre
- Parkway 50 spaces - 15 minute journey to the City Centre (via Cornbrook)