Lighting to be moved as part of motorway improvements

Work has started on £9.5m improvements on the M62 which involve lighting being moved from the central reservation to the verges.

The safety improvement scheme, which also includes safety barriers being installed, is taking place at the Croft Interchange, near Warrington, in Cheshire.

The work, expected to take six months, will take place between junctions 9 and 10.

Matt Sweeting, the Highways Agency's regional asset delivery manager, said, "This is a significant investment in this key part of the local motorway network which will improve safety, reduce maintenance visits and associated disruption for drivers and deliver safer, smoother and more reliable journeys for commuters and other users of the motorway."

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