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A busy road in Nottingham will re-open tonight, after its closure for repairs to a leaking gas main caused havoc for commuters in the city.
Canal Street is expected to open to westbound traffic from 8pm tonight after engineers monitored the area this morning and found no gas readings.
It means that the leak repairs have been successful, allowing excavations to be filled in and resurfaced.
“We would like to thank people in Nottingham for their patience while we carried out this work. For the safety of everyone in the area it was vital that we completed these repairs. We are sorry for any delays caused to people’s journeys.”
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The National Grid have told us that a busy city centre road in Nottingham will stay closed until Friday.
Canal Street has been shut to westbound traffic for emergency gas repairs, causing problems for many commuters.
The National Grid have released the following statement:
National Grid would like to thank people in Nottingham for their patience while engineers carry out emergency gas works in Canal Street.
For the safety of everyone in the area it is imperative that we complete these repairs. Work is expected to continue over the next couple of days.
Every effort is being made to complete this work as soon as possible.
ITV News Central has been told by the National Grid that a busy city centre road in Nottingham will remain closed until Friday.
Canal Street has been shut to westbound traffic for emergency gas repairs. It has caused misery for many commuters.
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