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M6 junction 10 improvement scheme

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As of today, all temporary traffic management measures have been lifted from junction 10 of the M6 as the final phase of our upgrade work is complete.

M6 Junction 10

Drivers are now able to use all the available lanes on the motorway and the connecting roads through the junction.

We thank you for your patience and cooperation throughout our work. 

Walsall Council has responsibility for operating the traffic lights through the junction. Minor adjustments, for example to traffic light timings, might need to be made to ensure traffic is running as smoothly as possible. National Highways will also be reviewing the junction’s performance and taking remedial action where necessary.

We’ll also return for snagging and landscaping work around the junction. While most of these activities will be away from the road, we may occasionally need to close lanes to keep our workforce and drivers safe. We’ll reduce disruption by working during off-peak times or overnight.

Separate to the junction 10 improvement scheme, planned bridge joint repairs and other maintenance work on the motorway between junctions 8 and 10 will start next month.

To stay up-to-date with the latest information before you travel on the West Midlands network, you can follow us on X (formally Twitter) at (@HighwaysWMIDS) or Facebook (National Highways West Midlands)



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