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Last reviewed on 11 May
The construction of all junction improvement schemes in St Helens Borough is continuing in line with government guidelines and restrictions.
There are currently three major junction improvement projects underway across the borough: the A58/A580 Pewfall junction on the East Lancashire Road, Haydock; A570 Sherdley Roundabout; and A57 Warrington Road.
Adhering to government guidelines, the council will also continue to carry out all other essential roadworks, such as pothole and highway repairs; gully cleansing; and repairs to traffic signals, signs and street lighting until otherwise stated.
This is to ensure councils maintain a fully functioning road network, which the government has identified as critical infrastructure during the COVID-19 outbreak.
St Helens Council’s Highways department is in regular contact with contractors and will communicate accordingly on any significant changes.
The council is pleased to report a significantly reduced volume of traffic on the borough’s roads and would like to reinforce the message that travel should be for essential reasons only, such as work and collecting food and medicine.
For public transport timetables, visit www.merseytravel.gov.uk.