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Emergency works - expect delays Aldwins, Ferry and Ensors Rd


MEDIA ADVISORY

Tuesday 5 February 2013


Emergency works - expect delays Aldwins / Ferry / Ensors Road intersection


Road-users are advised of delays at the intersection of Aldwins, Ferry and Ensors roads. Emergency works are being carried out in the centre of the intersection. Lane restrictions on the approach to the intersection will mean reduced capacity for traffic through the area. In particular, traffic is building up on the Ferry Road city bound route. Christchurch City Council are asking travellers to consider alternative routes to avoid delays. The duration of the emergency works is unknown at this time. A further update will be available later today.


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