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Reduced visibility of the road just off the m62 jct30 exit

Reported via mobile in the Vegetation (grass/hedges/trees) (NH) category anonymously at 22:03, Mon 5 June 2023

Sent to National Highways less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 4635845.

The grass is too long and is blocking visibility of oncoming cars on the roundabout on the exit of jct 30 of the m62. The grass has particularly gotten longer the past few weeks. This is particularly worse in the day time when no one is using lights.

Could potentially cause a traffic collision or build up of traffic due to reduced visibility of oncoming vehicles. You can only see them when they’re too close.

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  • Thank you for your email of 5 June about reduced visibility on the M62 junction 32 roundabout due to long grass. We appreciate the time you've taken to contact us about the issue.

    We can confirm grass cutting commences in May and continues throughout the growing season until September. The location you have highlighted will be inspected this week and if not cut already, will be instructed as a safety concern to be done ASAP.

    Thank you again for contacting us. If there is anything we can help you with, please email or telephone our Contact Centre. They’re available 24 hours a day by phone: 0300 123 5000 or by email Alternatively, please visit the National Highways website at

    Kind Regards

    Gemma Ford Business Services Coordinator Business Services Team National Highways |Calder view house | Calder Park | Wakefield | WF2 7UA Web: Follow us on Twitter @HighwaysYORKS and @HighwaysNEast

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted by National Highways at 12:04, Mon 12 June 2023

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