Aston Bypass traffic lights turned off after causing “horrendous” traffic problems

TRAFFIC lights added as part of a £1.2 million roads project near the Gulliver’s Valley theme park site were switched off after two days.

The junction of the A618 and A57 between Wales and Aston was identified as needing improvements to deal with extra vehicles.

But Rotherham Borough Council admitted the lights had not performed as expected when they were turned on.

Cllr Paul Martin, of Wales Parish Council, said: “The planning for Gulliver’s was subject to road improvements.

Read on… http://www.rotherhamadvertiser.co.uk/news/view,aston-bypass-traffic-lights-turned-off-after-causing-horrendous-traffic-problems_23898.htm

1 thought on “Aston Bypass traffic lights turned off after causing “horrendous” traffic problems

  1. RMBC couldn’t run a Christmas Club…..the lights at Whiston crossroads are still a problem despite c. £10 million so Wales councillors and the long suffering public have a long wait yet!

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