From 31 August 2019, the main construction work started. Phase one and two of work which took place on both arms of Fleetwood Road South is now complete. From 6 January 2020, the third phase of work will start on Norcross Lane.
You can also find out more in our August 2019 Update newsletter.
Come and talk to us
Every Friday a member of the team will available at Thornton Methodist Church, 60 Victoria Road, Thornton-Cleveleys, FY5 5HQ from 10am to 12noon. Please visit us if you have any concerns about the scheme.
The third phase of work is due to start from 6 January 2020. This will take place on the Norcross Lane arm of the roundabout.
During this phase, a 24-hour closure of Norcross Lane will be place. In addition to this, both arms of Fleetwood Road South will be closed overnight. This will ensure the work can be delivered as safely and quickly as possible. Please be assured that signed diversion routes will be in place and for more information, please see plans below.
Please note that some bus services in the area will be affected. To minimise disruption, weâ€™ve worked in partnership with Blackpool Transport and will put the following measures in place:
- a dedicated bus shuttle service on Fleetwood Road South â€“ access to the shuttle service will be available from existing bus stops and will provide a service to other bus routes
- additional buses will be available on the number 14 bus route
- additional school buses have also been provided
A new revised timetable will be displayed at bus stops and for more information please visit the Blackpool Transport website
|July 2019 to September 2019||Preliminary work|
|August to October 2019||First phase of main construction work|
|October 2019 to December 2019||Second phase of main construction work|
|January 2020 to March 2020||Third phase of main construction work|
|March 2020||Fourth phase of main construction work|
Why we need this scheme
The A585 Norcross roundabout scheme supports a much wider strategy to resolve congestion in the area and improve the experience for our customers using the network. The scheme will also benefit pedestrians and cyclists who will be able to use new controlled crossing facilities to navigate their way around the junction.
We aim to:
- support the delivery of the economic and housing strategies of the three local councils of Wyre, Fylde and Blackpool
- alleviate congestion and improve customer journey time
- improve safety and connectivity for pedestrians and cyclists
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