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Moses Gate Interchange

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Moses Gate Interchange
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Location
Bolton
County
Lancashire
Highway Authority
Bolton
Junction Type
Unique
Roads Joined
A666, B6536, A6053, A575
Junctions related to the A666
Junctions related to the A6053
Junctions related to the B6536

Moses Gate Interchange is a complex junction connecting several roads underneath the Saint Peter's Way section of the A666 in Bolton. Between 1967 and 1971, this was a temporary terminus for the Farnworth-Kearsley Bypass section of the A666, which pre-dated the M61 by three years.

This junction is restricted, there is no exit for northbound traffic at all, these vehicles have to exit via Raikes Lane Interchange, roughly a third of a mile to the north.

The merges are rather short, meaning congestion can occur at peak periods in both directions. Safety Cameras enforce the 50mph speed limit in both directions in advance of the merges to assist those joining the road.




Moses Gate Interchange
Junctions on the A666
Clifton Junction  • Kearsley Interchange  • Moses Gate Interchange  • Raikes Lane Interchange  • Springfield Interchange  • Earcroft Interchange  • Brownhill Roundabout  • Langho Roundabout



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