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Travel update: July 11, 4.15pm - major routes suffering heavy rush hour traffic

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Traffic and travel update in and around the region, July 11, 4.15pm

Here are the latest traffic and travel updates in the Doncaster area for July 11, 4.15pm

ROADS

M1 southbound between J33, A630 (Catcliffe) and J31, A57 (Sheffield).

Very slow traffic on M18 southbound between J1, A631 (Bramley) and M1 J32, Thurcroft.

A1(M) Nottinghamshire - Very slow traffic and heavier than usual traffic on A1(M) northbound between J34 A614 Bawtry Road and J35 M18.

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Queueing traffic and heavier than usual traffic on A616 westbound in Tankersley between the M1 junction and Wentworth Business Park Roundabout.

Heavy traffic on B6069 Clarkehouse Road in both directions in Sheffield between the B6069 Glossop Road junction and the Westbourne Road junction.

A61 Old Mill Lane in Barnsley busy but moving inbound at the A635 Harborough Hill Road Roundabout junction.

A628 Dodworth Road in Pogmore, Barnsley busy but moving eastbound at the A6133 Broadway traffic lights junction.

A630 Fitzwilliam Road in Rotherham busy but moving inbound at St Ann’s Roundabout.

A630 Warmsworth Road in Balby, Doncaster busy but moving eastbound between the Warde Avenue junction and the Hall Flat Lane traffic lights junction.

Slow traffic on A630 Trafford Way in Doncaster between the North Bridge Road junction and the Cleveland Street junction.

Heavy traffic earlier on A635 Taylor Row / Doncaster Road westbound in Barnsley at the A61 Sheffield Road junction.

Very slow traffic and two lanes closed on M62 eastbound between J34, A19 (Selby) and J35, M18 (Langham), because of an accident and an overturned vehicle.

BUSES

Kirton Lane Level Crossing will be closed on the following dates:

2300hrs Thursday 17th July 2014 until 0500hrs Friday 18th July 2014

2200hrs Saturday 19th July 2014 until 1000hrs Sunday 20th July 2014

2200hrs Saturday 26th July 2014 until 1000hrs Sunday 27th July 2014

The last two journeys on service 87 to Moorends (2150, 2250) will operate as normal to Field Road then return to Hatfield via Station Road – High Street – Epworth Road – Tudworth Road A614 to Thorne. The 0919 from Moorends on a Sunday morning will follow the reverse.

TRAINS

No reported problems.

ROADWORKS

A638 South Yorkshire - One lane closed on A638 York Road in Doncaster at the Watch House Lane junction, because of roadworks.

A631 South Yorkshire - A631 Bawtry Road in Rotherham closed at Canklow Roundabout, because of drainage works.

A614 South Yorkshire - Resurfacing work and temporary traffic lights on A614 in Austerfield at the High Common Lane junction.

B6079 South Yorkshire - One lane closed on B6079 Leppings Lane in both directions in Sheffield at the A61 Penistone Road North junction, because of roadworks.

A631 South Yorkshire - A631 in Rotherham closed in both directions between Meadowhall and the Greasbro Road junction, because of resurfacing work.

Roadworks on M1 northbound at J36, A61 (Tankersley). On entry slip road. Diversion in operation - via M1 southbound to J35 returning northbound at J36.

A630 Centenary Way in Rotherham closed westbound between St Ann’s Roundabout and the A6021 junction, because of roadworks.

M1 South Yorkshire, both ways between M18 [M1 junction 32] and A616 [M1 junction 35A]

M1 South Yorkshire - Narrow lanes on M1 in both directions between J32, M18 (Thurcroft) and J35a, A616 (Stocksbridge), because of roadworks.

Granby Road New Edlington, both ways at Stubbins Hill

South Yorkshire - Granby Road in New Edlington closed in both directions at the Stubbins Hill junction, because of roadworks.

Stubbins Hill New Edlington, both ways at Granby Road

South Yorkshire - Stubbins Hill in New Edlington closed in both directions at the Granby Road junction, because of sewer works.

Marsh Lane Barnby Dun, both ways at Fordstead Lane

South Yorkshire - Temporary traffic lights and roadworks on Marsh Lane in Barnby Dun at the Fordstead Lane junction.

AIR

No reported problems.

 

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