M62 J6 Improvement
- Road with some parts under motorway restrictions
- Highways England
- £ 38m
- Highways Agency
Construction of new free-flow sliproads at the interchange of the M62 and M57 to alleviate congestion on the major turning movements, currently catered for by a roundabout. The new links will include a south-to-east link, requiring the realignment of a local road that currently uses the junction, and a 270-degree loop west-to-north, passing over and under existing sliproads.
|14 March 2006||Plans have been published, the cost announced, and the scheme has gone to public consultation.|
|14 May 2006||Construction work began last month on land adjacent to the junction.|
|14 December 2008||The Highways Agency advise that work on this junction is fully completed.|
- Official website
This scheme has been completed, so it's no longer possible to edit any of the information on this page.
This scheme was last updated on 14 December 2008.