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Manchester and Salford Inner Relief Route improvement works

Latest updates (from Monday 4 November)

  • The major works on Regent Road were completed on 1 November 2019. Remaining works will still be taking place in Salford on Middlewood Street, Hampson Street and Trinity Way until January 2020.

  • Overnight resurfacing works will be taking place on Trinity Way Northbound from 10pm to 6am on 18, 19 and 20 November.

  • Overnight resurfacing works will be taking place on Trinity Way Southbound from 10pm to 6am on 21, 22 and 23 November.

  • Middlewood Street will be closed from 28 August until December 2019.

  • Hampson Street will be closed from 4 September until December 2019. This includes lane closures on Trinity Way at various times.

Access to all businesses and properties will be maintained at all times and diversions will be put in place.

Where is work taking place?

Road works are currently taking place at the following locations:

  • Junction of Trinity Way and Hampson Street
  • Junction of Hampson Street, East Ordsall Lane and Middlewood Street

Travel advice for road users

Where possible, road users are advised to look for alternative routes, travel outside of peak times and consider public transport options.

People who have to drive into the city should plan ahead, allow more travel time or consider travelling outside peak hours.

What are we doing?

Our 24-hour control centre are constantly monitoring traffic flow on and around Regent Road, and on other affected routes into the city. Where possible, traffic engineers in our Urban Traffic Control Team, will alter traffic signals to improve journey times.

We are working closely with Manchester and Salford City Councils to offer up-to-date travel information through our website, roadside electronic signs and social media.

Keep up to date

Please continue to check this page for updates.

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For more information about the work, including maps of the roads affected, visit Manchester City Council’s website