‘24-hour traffic nightmare’ fear when link road opens
A country lane “will become a 24-hour traffic nightmare” when the Congleton link road opens, it has been claimed.
Fears for Wallhill Lane’s future come amid concerns that planned traffic-calming measures have now been scrapped, with some residents believing that the route will be used to channel traffic from the A34.
According to residents, planning permission for traffic-calming measures on the lane were an “integral part” of the link road but officials at Cheshire East Council have now “ditched” them.
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