The 651 Oxford Road in both directions has re-opened following repairs to a burst water main between Grove Lane and Bleak Street at Gomersal.The incident also affected the A643 Church Lane in both directions between A651 Oxford Road and Craven Drive and A643 Spen Lane in both directions between A651 Oxford Road and Pollard Avenue
One laneis closed due to broken down vehicle on the M62 Westbound between J25 A644 (Brighouse) and J24 A629 (Ainley Top). A vehicle is blocking lane one (of four) while a tyre is changed. Traffic is coping well.
The A651 Oxford Road at Gomersal remains closed in both directions between Grove Lane and Bleak Street after a water main burst on Monday evening. Also affected are the A643 Church Lane in both directions between A651 Oxford Road and Craven Drive and A643 Spen Lane in both directions between A651 Oxford Road and Pollard Avenue. The major burst is in the middle of a four-way junction. Buses on route 222 are diverting via Listing Lane. There is currently no estimate as to when the road will re-open.
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