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« on: January 27, 2015, 08:32:49 pm »

How many men and how many times does it take Yorkshire Water to mend a burst water pipe and fix a sunken road?
In 2014 Sewer Bridge Lane was finally closed (after 3 years of closures) for 2 weeks to replace water mains pipes in conjunction with WMDC highways improving the road. Since re-opening the road was reduced to traffic lights a further 3 times in 2014 due to drain issues.
How many times in 2015 will the road be closed, so far once to fix the drain. Yesterday and today 2 sets of traffic lights operating. One set by YEDL to trim the highway sides as the trees have snapped power cables. A second set to dig up the new road again for a burst water main. Meanwhile there is still a pond at either side of the road that is almost level. Quick sand springs to mind with vehicles acting like wacker plates.
And just to make the count 3 the new Green Lane link is also again dug up and has traffic lights. Thatís just before you get to Station Lane and BT digging up the same trench someone else dug 6 months ago.
Suppose it just confirms all new roads stop at Fev, but who cares unless youíre always in the queue!
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