Due to the weather forecast for this weekend, the works scheduled to take place on London Road have been postponed and the road will remain open over the weekend.
Completion of the lining works on London Road, from Congleton Road to the junction of Wilmslow Road and Ryleys Lane has been rescheduled to take place in the evenings of week commencing Monday 27th February.
The programme of works to introduce traffic calming measures in the village, to create a 20mph zone, commenced on Monday, 30h January.
It is hoped to complete the works by the end of February, and the council says it plans to minimise disruption as much as possible.
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Since it hasn't been possible to drive through Alderley Village at >20mph in living memory due cars parking at the roadside, turning into side roads or Waitrose car park, or stopping at the two light-controlled pedestrian crossings, such road humps are superfluous anyway.
The only regret is the wasted money in constructing them. But apparently that was voted for in a referendum, as if that makes it OK; but at least road humps won't turn out to be the self-inflicted total disaster that other referendum led to.