A 20 year strategy that has been developed in the South East Manchester area. The road schemes proposed within SEMMMS include the A6 to Manchester Airport Relief Road, Poynton Relief Road and A6 to M60 Link.
KEY PROJECT: A6 TO MANCHESTER AIRPORT RELIEF ROAD (A6MARR)
The A6 to Manchester Airport Relief Road Scheme is planned to provide 10 kilometres of new 2-lane dual carriageway from the A6 near Hazel Grove (south east Stockport), via the 4 kilometres of existing A555 to Manchester Airport and the link road to the M56.
The scheme bypasses heavily-congested district and local centres, including Bramhall, Cheadle Hulme, Hazel Grove, Handforth, Poynton, Wythenshawe, Gatley and Heald Green.
Over the Easter Weekend 2016, the A6MARR Hazel Grove to Buxton Railway Line Bridge was successfully slid into place. The three films below show the bridge slide from start to finish.
During the construction of the A6 to Manchester Airport Relief Road (A6MARR), a team of archaeologists are working to ensure that any potential archaeological findings during the works are accurately identified and recorded.
In June 2016, aerial photographs were taken showing the progress of the A6 to Manchester Airport Relief Road construction works.
Carillion Morgan Sindall has now successfully completed the great crested newts (GCN) mitigation for the A6 to Manchester Airport Relief Road which has seen over 1,800 GCN trapped within the route corridor and relocated to receptor habitats. As a European Protect...