Updated: A666 travel chaos

The Bolton News: Updated: A666 travel chaos Updated: A666 travel chaos

COMMUTERS faced serious delays on the A666 Blackburn Road due to United Utilities (UU) roadworks.

Frustrated motorists were caught in traffic jams as the road became gridlocked between Halliwell Road and Moss Bank Way during rush hour. 

A spokesman for UU confirmed that the company were carrying out sewer repairs on the busy junction, and that temporary traffic lights were being used.

It is not known when the work will be completed.

Angry drivers contacted The Bolton News' Twitter account to vent their frustration.

Tony Ryan tweeted from @tony29: "Idiotic unattended United Utilities sewer repair with temp lights at Sharples on A666. No notice 6 mile tailback to Farnworth."

 

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11:13pm Wed 22 Jan 14

noddy1313 says...

Once again the problem was crap planning. Traffic lights would not be needed as there would be room for cars to pass. It is the unnecessary traffic lights causing the problem.
Once again the problem was crap planning. Traffic lights would not be needed as there would be room for cars to pass. It is the unnecessary traffic lights causing the problem. noddy1313
  • Score: 11

11:51pm Wed 22 Jan 14

Old Boltonian says...

I called UU to complain after I got home; six mile tail,back to Farnworth, over an hour to get to Egerton. They seems unaware of the work but explained that it is Bolton Council's role to put out signs and communicate with media to create alerts, advise on alternative routes etc. It seems this was not done. Why am I not surprised? Bolton MBC seem to be be adept in turning a drama into a crisis. Feels like nowhere in the NW do road works take as long to complete. Given up complaining to relevant department long time ago. Always got the tight lipped stone wall treatment over the phone. You feel the FOAD vibes down the phone. Why do I feel that we are living in some weird time warp in Bolton, where numbskull bungling 70's style council bureaucracy appears to rule, unchecked or unrecognised by elected members? No wonder people are leaving the town in droves and house prices have fallen 40% in the last five years.
I called UU to complain after I got home; six mile tail,back to Farnworth, over an hour to get to Egerton. They seems unaware of the work but explained that it is Bolton Council's role to put out signs and communicate with media to create alerts, advise on alternative routes etc. It seems this was not done. Why am I not surprised? Bolton MBC seem to be be adept in turning a drama into a crisis. Feels like nowhere in the NW do road works take as long to complete. Given up complaining to relevant department long time ago. Always got the tight lipped stone wall treatment over the phone. You feel the FOAD vibes down the phone. Why do I feel that we are living in some weird time warp in Bolton, where numbskull bungling 70's style council bureaucracy appears to rule, unchecked or unrecognised by elected members? No wonder people are leaving the town in droves and house prices have fallen 40% in the last five years. Old Boltonian
  • Score: 3

12:30am Thu 23 Jan 14

mr.mark.c says...

Boo Hoo, live with it if you wish to use a car in rush hour, I avoid that area like a bad rash between 4 and 6pm as its always gridlock.
I take it the moaners would prefer turds floating down the road rather than fixing the drains ??????
Boo Hoo, live with it if you wish to use a car in rush hour, I avoid that area like a bad rash between 4 and 6pm as its always gridlock. I take it the moaners would prefer turds floating down the road rather than fixing the drains ?????? mr.mark.c
  • Score: -5

7:06am Thu 23 Jan 14

boredofbolton says...

mr.mark.c wrote:
Boo Hoo, live with it if you wish to use a car in rush hour, I avoid that area like a bad rash between 4 and 6pm as its always gridlock.
I take it the moaners would prefer turds floating down the road rather than fixing the drains ??????
So the people who live there are to acoid the area? How are they supposed to get home after work? Do you know why its called rush hour?
[quote][p][bold]mr.mark.c[/bold] wrote: Boo Hoo, live with it if you wish to use a car in rush hour, I avoid that area like a bad rash between 4 and 6pm as its always gridlock. I take it the moaners would prefer turds floating down the road rather than fixing the drains ??????[/p][/quote]So the people who live there are to acoid the area? How are they supposed to get home after work? Do you know why its called rush hour? boredofbolton
  • Score: 8

7:15am Thu 23 Jan 14

Wigan Trotter says...

boredofbolton wrote:
mr.mark.c wrote:
Boo Hoo, live with it if you wish to use a car in rush hour, I avoid that area like a bad rash between 4 and 6pm as its always gridlock.
I take it the moaners would prefer turds floating down the road rather than fixing the drains ??????
So the people who live there are to acoid the area? How are they supposed to get home after work? Do you know why its called rush hour?
No doubt the same kind who moan about bins not being collected or gritting being done.

Anyone with any sense would find an alternative route of which there are plenty in the Bolton area.
[quote][p][bold]boredofbolton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mr.mark.c[/bold] wrote: Boo Hoo, live with it if you wish to use a car in rush hour, I avoid that area like a bad rash between 4 and 6pm as its always gridlock. I take it the moaners would prefer turds floating down the road rather than fixing the drains ??????[/p][/quote]So the people who live there are to acoid the area? How are they supposed to get home after work? Do you know why its called rush hour?[/p][/quote]No doubt the same kind who moan about bins not being collected or gritting being done. Anyone with any sense would find an alternative route of which there are plenty in the Bolton area. Wigan Trotter
  • Score: -6

7:16am Thu 23 Jan 14

Wigan Trotter says...

boredofbolton wrote:
mr.mark.c wrote:
Boo Hoo, live with it if you wish to use a car in rush hour, I avoid that area like a bad rash between 4 and 6pm as its always gridlock.
I take it the moaners would prefer turds floating down the road rather than fixing the drains ??????
So the people who live there are to acoid the area? How are they supposed to get home after work? Do you know why its called rush hour?
No doubt the same kind who moan about bins not being collected or gritting being done.

Anyone with any sense would find an alternative route of which there are plenty in the Bolton area.
[quote][p][bold]boredofbolton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mr.mark.c[/bold] wrote: Boo Hoo, live with it if you wish to use a car in rush hour, I avoid that area like a bad rash between 4 and 6pm as its always gridlock. I take it the moaners would prefer turds floating down the road rather than fixing the drains ??????[/p][/quote]So the people who live there are to acoid the area? How are they supposed to get home after work? Do you know why its called rush hour?[/p][/quote]No doubt the same kind who moan about bins not being collected or gritting being done. Anyone with any sense would find an alternative route of which there are plenty in the Bolton area. Wigan Trotter
  • Score: -7

8:24am Thu 23 Jan 14

Regulatory Man says...

I had the same issue last night but in a different place. It took me 20 minutes to get from Rochdale to Asda (16 miles) on Blackburn road, then 35 minutes to get from Asda to Egerton 3 miles all because of some repair work being done and temp traffic lights.

That said - They have to do the repair work, be it drains or whatever and it would have been less of a problem if all of the last minute, cut in morons weren't on the same road either. Were all impatient but some of us stick to being in the single lane rather than angrily pushing in.

If you want your utilities, broadband, fibre, sewers etc. all in and working simply suck it up folks, or stay at home, lock your doors and don't go out because trust me when I say, it's never getting any better.

This morning it took me 15 minutes from Egerton to work 19 miles ;-)
Let's see what we get at 4pm again eh later today.
I had the same issue last night but in a different place. It took me 20 minutes to get from Rochdale to Asda (16 miles) on Blackburn road, then 35 minutes to get from Asda to Egerton 3 miles all because of some repair work being done and temp traffic lights. That said - They have to do the repair work, be it drains or whatever and it would have been less of a problem if all of the last minute, cut in morons weren't on the same road either. Were all impatient but some of us stick to being in the single lane rather than angrily pushing in. If you want your utilities, broadband, fibre, sewers etc. all in and working simply suck it up folks, or stay at home, lock your doors and don't go out because trust me when I say, it's never getting any better. This morning it took me 15 minutes from Egerton to work 19 miles ;-) Let's see what we get at 4pm again eh later today. Regulatory Man
  • Score: 5

9:01am Thu 23 Jan 14

waterbottle says...

Why can't these repairs be carried out at night time when there is less traffic other town and cities do it
Why can't these repairs be carried out at night time when there is less traffic other town and cities do it waterbottle
  • Score: 6

9:11am Thu 23 Jan 14

boredofbolton says...

Wigan Trotter wrote:
boredofbolton wrote:
mr.mark.c wrote:
Boo Hoo, live with it if you wish to use a car in rush hour, I avoid that area like a bad rash between 4 and 6pm as its always gridlock.
I take it the moaners would prefer turds floating down the road rather than fixing the drains ??????
So the people who live there are to acoid the area? How are they supposed to get home after work? Do you know why its called rush hour?
No doubt the same kind who moan about bins not being collected or gritting being done.

Anyone with any sense would find an alternative route of which there are plenty in the Bolton area.
you are not listening to what i'm saying

IF YOU LIVE IN THE AREA YOU CAN'T SIMPLY TAKE ANOTHER ROUTE
[quote][p][bold]Wigan Trotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]boredofbolton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mr.mark.c[/bold] wrote: Boo Hoo, live with it if you wish to use a car in rush hour, I avoid that area like a bad rash between 4 and 6pm as its always gridlock. I take it the moaners would prefer turds floating down the road rather than fixing the drains ??????[/p][/quote]So the people who live there are to acoid the area? How are they supposed to get home after work? Do you know why its called rush hour?[/p][/quote]No doubt the same kind who moan about bins not being collected or gritting being done. Anyone with any sense would find an alternative route of which there are plenty in the Bolton area.[/p][/quote]you are not listening to what i'm saying IF YOU LIVE IN THE AREA YOU CAN'T SIMPLY TAKE ANOTHER ROUTE boredofbolton
  • Score: 9

9:28am Thu 23 Jan 14

atlas123 says...

boredofbolton wrote:
Wigan Trotter wrote:
boredofbolton wrote:
mr.mark.c wrote:
Boo Hoo, live with it if you wish to use a car in rush hour, I avoid that area like a bad rash between 4 and 6pm as its always gridlock.
I take it the moaners would prefer turds floating down the road rather than fixing the drains ??????
So the people who live there are to acoid the area? How are they supposed to get home after work? Do you know why its called rush hour?
No doubt the same kind who moan about bins not being collected or gritting being done.

Anyone with any sense would find an alternative route of which there are plenty in the Bolton area.
you are not listening to what i'm saying

IF YOU LIVE IN THE AREA YOU CAN'T SIMPLY TAKE ANOTHER ROUTE
Egerton via Bradshaw Brow and Turton Road.

This was on the Bolton Council roadworks alert, published and emailed out each week.

Nightime reps annoy local residents
[quote][p][bold]boredofbolton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wigan Trotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]boredofbolton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mr.mark.c[/bold] wrote: Boo Hoo, live with it if you wish to use a car in rush hour, I avoid that area like a bad rash between 4 and 6pm as its always gridlock. I take it the moaners would prefer turds floating down the road rather than fixing the drains ??????[/p][/quote]So the people who live there are to acoid the area? How are they supposed to get home after work? Do you know why its called rush hour?[/p][/quote]No doubt the same kind who moan about bins not being collected or gritting being done. Anyone with any sense would find an alternative route of which there are plenty in the Bolton area.[/p][/quote]you are not listening to what i'm saying IF YOU LIVE IN THE AREA YOU CAN'T SIMPLY TAKE ANOTHER ROUTE[/p][/quote]Egerton via Bradshaw Brow and Turton Road. This was on the Bolton Council roadworks alert, published and emailed out each week. Nightime reps annoy local residents atlas123
  • Score: 7

9:41am Thu 23 Jan 14

p.rhanna says...

Im in Thailand on holiday 30 degrees sunny and warm.......sounds great...it is .....!!!๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š

No traffic jams here....only lovely beaches, ice cold beer and no traffic jams !!!!!!
Im in Thailand on holiday 30 degrees sunny and warm.......sounds great...it is .....!!!๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š No traffic jams here....only lovely beaches, ice cold beer and no traffic jams !!!!!! p.rhanna
  • Score: -1

10:52am Thu 23 Jan 14

Old Boltonian says...

Further to my comments last night, my point was that the authorities had made no attempt to make use of the media to alert motorists to the bottleneck caused by the sewer works. BBC Manc travel had no notice of it, neither Bolton FM . The first physical roadworks sign was actually 12 feet from the temporary lights. No attempt had been made to post signs further into Bolton. As I arrived back in Bolton last night around 5.30, the traffic was queuing back past Kearsley. Took me an hour plus to arrive home. UU commented that responsibility for such notification is the Council's, not theirs. By the way, the works were totally unlit and of course, no-one was working on it. Some emergency then!

We can all try to plot alternative routes if we have at least some inkling that works are being carried out, but sadly, shambolic local council management of such situations, combined with log jammed local Bolton roads, as per usual, conspired to cause unnecessary chaos last night. Motorists would do well to remember that when the next local elections arrive and apply some pressure to their local councilor now.
Further to my comments last night, my point was that the authorities had made no attempt to make use of the media to alert motorists to the bottleneck caused by the sewer works. BBC Manc travel had no notice of it, neither Bolton FM . The first physical roadworks sign was actually 12 feet from the temporary lights. No attempt had been made to post signs further into Bolton. As I arrived back in Bolton last night around 5.30, the traffic was queuing back past Kearsley. Took me an hour plus to arrive home. UU commented that responsibility for such notification is the Council's, not theirs. By the way, the works were totally unlit and of course, no-one was working on it. Some emergency then! We can all try to plot alternative routes if we have at least some inkling that works are being carried out, but sadly, shambolic local council management of such situations, combined with log jammed local Bolton roads, as per usual, conspired to cause unnecessary chaos last night. Motorists would do well to remember that when the next local elections arrive and apply some pressure to their local councilor now. Old Boltonian
  • Score: 1

11:46am Thu 23 Jan 14

HellBunny says...

I got stuck in this traffic and I must say it was a nightmare, at first I thought there must of been a accident. But then as I got past the BP garage I spotted the temp traffic lights, fence up with sign on saying emergency sewer works. Like other people have said not that much of a emergency, if they clock off at 4pm. There is also room for 2 cars to pass, so really no need to the temp lights. Took me 40mins to get from asda to the war memorial, which usually takes 5mins. Ended up being late picking my daughter up from out of school club. As for taking a alternative route there isn't any, turton road and tonge moor road were just as bad. And this morning the traffic was even worse, traffic was queuing in both directions on Darwen Road took half an hour to get to the end of the road.
I got stuck in this traffic and I must say it was a nightmare, at first I thought there must of been a accident. But then as I got past the BP garage I spotted the temp traffic lights, fence up with sign on saying emergency sewer works. Like other people have said not that much of a emergency, if they clock off at 4pm. There is also room for 2 cars to pass, so really no need to the temp lights. Took me 40mins to get from asda to the war memorial, which usually takes 5mins. Ended up being late picking my daughter up from out of school club. As for taking a alternative route there isn't any, turton road and tonge moor road were just as bad. And this morning the traffic was even worse, traffic was queuing in both directions on Darwen Road took half an hour to get to the end of the road. HellBunny
  • Score: 1

12:00pm Thu 23 Jan 14

JedWard50 says...

Tonge Moor Rd became just as congested. I took the alternative route of over Horwich to get to Farnworth today and my partner went via Tottington to get to Breightmet. One set of roadworks is bad enough and we can deal with it, but 3 on the same stretch of road?? I left at 7.30 this morning in a bid to avoid the congestion and it was already bad. Some of the lights were unnecessary and could have easily allowed to drop to one lane trafiic to keep the flow moving. Coming from Wigan how can you possibly comment on traffic in Bromley Cross and Egerton???? And for the 9-5 workers sitting at home 'avoiding' the traffic is simply not an option?
Tonge Moor Rd became just as congested. I took the alternative route of over Horwich to get to Farnworth today and my partner went via Tottington to get to Breightmet. One set of roadworks is bad enough and we can deal with it, but 3 on the same stretch of road?? I left at 7.30 this morning in a bid to avoid the congestion and it was already bad. Some of the lights were unnecessary and could have easily allowed to drop to one lane trafiic to keep the flow moving. Coming from Wigan how can you possibly comment on traffic in Bromley Cross and Egerton???? And for the 9-5 workers sitting at home 'avoiding' the traffic is simply not an option? JedWard50
  • Score: 1

12:24pm Thu 23 Jan 14

lv8151 says...

Regulatory Man wrote:
I had the same issue last night but in a different place. It took me 20 minutes to get from Rochdale to Asda (16 miles) on Blackburn road, then 35 minutes to get from Asda to Egerton 3 miles all because of some repair work being done and temp traffic lights.

That said - They have to do the repair work, be it drains or whatever and it would have been less of a problem if all of the last minute, cut in morons weren't on the same road either. Were all impatient but some of us stick to being in the single lane rather than angrily pushing in.

If you want your utilities, broadband, fibre, sewers etc. all in and working simply suck it up folks, or stay at home, lock your doors and don't go out because trust me when I say, it's never getting any better.

This morning it took me 15 minutes from Egerton to work 19 miles ;-)
Let's see what we get at 4pm again eh later today.
15 minutes to do 19 miles ......that means you were breaking the law then this morning averaging about 76 mph
[quote][p][bold]Regulatory Man[/bold] wrote: I had the same issue last night but in a different place. It took me 20 minutes to get from Rochdale to Asda (16 miles) on Blackburn road, then 35 minutes to get from Asda to Egerton 3 miles all because of some repair work being done and temp traffic lights. That said - They have to do the repair work, be it drains or whatever and it would have been less of a problem if all of the last minute, cut in morons weren't on the same road either. Were all impatient but some of us stick to being in the single lane rather than angrily pushing in. If you want your utilities, broadband, fibre, sewers etc. all in and working simply suck it up folks, or stay at home, lock your doors and don't go out because trust me when I say, it's never getting any better. This morning it took me 15 minutes from Egerton to work 19 miles ;-) Let's see what we get at 4pm again eh later today.[/p][/quote]15 minutes to do 19 miles ......that means you were breaking the law then this morning averaging about 76 mph lv8151
  • Score: 7

3:42pm Thu 23 Jan 14

JHSharples says...

Wigan Trotter wrote:
boredofbolton wrote:
mr.mark.c wrote:
Boo Hoo, live with it if you wish to use a car in rush hour, I avoid that area like a bad rash between 4 and 6pm as its always gridlock.
I take it the moaners would prefer turds floating down the road rather than fixing the drains ??????
So the people who live there are to acoid the area? How are they supposed to get home after work? Do you know why its called rush hour?
No doubt the same kind who moan about bins not being collected or gritting being done.

Anyone with any sense would find an alternative route of which there are plenty in the Bolton area.
Mr Mark C - what a prat!!
[quote][p][bold]Wigan Trotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]boredofbolton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mr.mark.c[/bold] wrote: Boo Hoo, live with it if you wish to use a car in rush hour, I avoid that area like a bad rash between 4 and 6pm as its always gridlock. I take it the moaners would prefer turds floating down the road rather than fixing the drains ??????[/p][/quote]So the people who live there are to acoid the area? How are they supposed to get home after work? Do you know why its called rush hour?[/p][/quote]No doubt the same kind who moan about bins not being collected or gritting being done. Anyone with any sense would find an alternative route of which there are plenty in the Bolton area.[/p][/quote]Mr Mark C - what a prat!! JHSharples
  • Score: -1

3:46pm Thu 23 Jan 14

mr.mark.c says...

JHSharples wrote:
Wigan Trotter wrote:
boredofbolton wrote:
mr.mark.c wrote:
Boo Hoo, live with it if you wish to use a car in rush hour, I avoid that area like a bad rash between 4 and 6pm as its always gridlock.
I take it the moaners would prefer turds floating down the road rather than fixing the drains ??????
So the people who live there are to acoid the area? How are they supposed to get home after work? Do you know why its called rush hour?
No doubt the same kind who moan about bins not being collected or gritting being done.

Anyone with any sense would find an alternative route of which there are plenty in the Bolton area.
Mr Mark C - what a prat!!
Thank you :-)
[quote][p][bold]JHSharples[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wigan Trotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]boredofbolton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mr.mark.c[/bold] wrote: Boo Hoo, live with it if you wish to use a car in rush hour, I avoid that area like a bad rash between 4 and 6pm as its always gridlock. I take it the moaners would prefer turds floating down the road rather than fixing the drains ??????[/p][/quote]So the people who live there are to acoid the area? How are they supposed to get home after work? Do you know why its called rush hour?[/p][/quote]No doubt the same kind who moan about bins not being collected or gritting being done. Anyone with any sense would find an alternative route of which there are plenty in the Bolton area.[/p][/quote]Mr Mark C - what a prat!![/p][/quote]Thank you :-) mr.mark.c
  • Score: 1

1:06pm Fri 24 Jan 14

OwdBolt says...

Anyone know what was causing the horrendous backlog on Darwen Road southbound yesterday morning? Surely can't have been anything to do with the sewage works on the northbound A666 at Manderlay??

PS I see that imposter Old Boltonian is back...!
Anyone know what was causing the horrendous backlog on Darwen Road southbound yesterday morning? Surely can't have been anything to do with the sewage works on the northbound A666 at Manderlay?? PS I see that imposter Old Boltonian is back...! OwdBolt
  • Score: -1

3:17pm Fri 24 Jan 14

boredofbolton says...

OwdBolt wrote:
Anyone know what was causing the horrendous backlog on Darwen Road southbound yesterday morning? Surely can't have been anything to do with the sewage works on the northbound A666 at Manderlay??

PS I see that imposter Old Boltonian is back...!
it was everything to do with the sewage works on the A666.
[quote][p][bold]OwdBolt[/bold] wrote: Anyone know what was causing the horrendous backlog on Darwen Road southbound yesterday morning? Surely can't have been anything to do with the sewage works on the northbound A666 at Manderlay?? PS I see that imposter Old Boltonian is back...![/p][/quote]it was everything to do with the sewage works on the A666. boredofbolton
  • Score: -1

4:48pm Fri 24 Jan 14

Old Boltonian says...

OwdBolt wrote:
Anyone know what was causing the horrendous backlog on Darwen Road southbound yesterday morning? Surely can't have been anything to do with the sewage works on the northbound A666 at Manderlay??

PS I see that imposter Old Boltonian is back...!
I'm sure I shouldn't take offense at that comment. But, I have been writing to the BEN for 40 years - and I bet I'm older than you, therefore possibly an older Boltonian!
[quote][p][bold]OwdBolt[/bold] wrote: Anyone know what was causing the horrendous backlog on Darwen Road southbound yesterday morning? Surely can't have been anything to do with the sewage works on the northbound A666 at Manderlay?? PS I see that imposter Old Boltonian is back...![/p][/quote]I'm sure I shouldn't take offense at that comment. But, I have been writing to the BEN for 40 years - and I bet I'm older than you, therefore possibly an older Boltonian! Old Boltonian
  • Score: 1

5:12pm Fri 24 Jan 14

ohiogirl says...

boredofbolton wrote:
mr.mark.c wrote:
Boo Hoo, live with it if you wish to use a car in rush hour, I avoid that area like a bad rash between 4 and 6pm as its always gridlock.
I take it the moaners would prefer turds floating down the road rather than fixing the drains ??????
So the people who live there are to acoid the area? How are they supposed to get home after work? Do you know why its called rush hour?
What if you home is right where the work is being done. How do I get home, heicopter into my back garden??? Idiot!
[quote][p][bold]boredofbolton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mr.mark.c[/bold] wrote: Boo Hoo, live with it if you wish to use a car in rush hour, I avoid that area like a bad rash between 4 and 6pm as its always gridlock. I take it the moaners would prefer turds floating down the road rather than fixing the drains ??????[/p][/quote]So the people who live there are to acoid the area? How are they supposed to get home after work? Do you know why its called rush hour?[/p][/quote]What if you home is right where the work is being done. How do I get home, heicopter into my back garden??? Idiot! ohiogirl
  • Score: -1

6:57pm Fri 24 Jan 14

mr.mark.c says...

ohiogirl wrote:
boredofbolton wrote:
mr.mark.c wrote:
Boo Hoo, live with it if you wish to use a car in rush hour, I avoid that area like a bad rash between 4 and 6pm as its always gridlock.
I take it the moaners would prefer turds floating down the road rather than fixing the drains ??????
So the people who live there are to acoid the area? How are they supposed to get home after work? Do you know why its called rush hour?
What if you home is right where the work is being done. How do I get home, heicopter into my back garden??? Idiot!
I think you must be the idiot thinking they can fix a problem without causing issues, suck it up buttercup as I think you would be moaning more if you couldnt flush your loo.
[quote][p][bold]ohiogirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]boredofbolton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mr.mark.c[/bold] wrote: Boo Hoo, live with it if you wish to use a car in rush hour, I avoid that area like a bad rash between 4 and 6pm as its always gridlock. I take it the moaners would prefer turds floating down the road rather than fixing the drains ??????[/p][/quote]So the people who live there are to acoid the area? How are they supposed to get home after work? Do you know why its called rush hour?[/p][/quote]What if you home is right where the work is being done. How do I get home, heicopter into my back garden??? Idiot![/p][/quote]I think you must be the idiot thinking they can fix a problem without causing issues, suck it up buttercup as I think you would be moaning more if you couldnt flush your loo. mr.mark.c
  • Score: 1

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