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Traffic light inability on A580 near Walkden 'brought on by slugs'

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Traffic in Walkden is attempting to bargain for a busy junction with rush hour without the help of traffic lights, which may have broken for the thirdly time inside fourteen days.

The signals are not working at the A580 East Lancs Road at the junction together with the A575 Walkden Road.

There’s traffic jam back the 4 way stop with Brierley Road.

Drivers are slowing on the approach which is causing tailbacks along side busy route.

Councillor Iain Lindley, who seem to represents Walkden, tweeted this photo of cars looking for ways to through the busy jct in peak morning traffic.

At around 6.30am this morning, Tuesday 15 September, Transport with regard to Greater Manchester tweeted the traffic lights lost.

Traffic lights out on Far east Lancs Rd junction having Walkden Rd approach along with caution.#TfGMTraffic

— TfGM (@OfficialTfGM) September 15, 2017

Transport for Greater The city of manchester have no specific mend time today, tweeting @SalfordOnline that will instead the job have been ‘passed to an engineer’.

@SalfordOnline Hello, this has been passed to an engineer, yet we do not have a precise timescale. Thanks

— TfGM (@OfficialTfGM) September 13, 2017

@OfficialTfGM @SalfordOnline could there be any underlying mistake? Three times in a week. Massive risk of massive accident.

— Iain Lindley (@cllrilindley) September 13, 2017

Transport designed for Greater Manchester now has explained on Twitting that the fault – which includes repeated three times in two weeks – is due to ‘slugs getting into the machinery’.

@cllrilindley @SalfordOnline Hi Councillor Lindley, this is caused by slugs having inside and inducing damage. Sorry for almost any inconvenience

— TfGM (@OfficialTfGM) September 13, 2017

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