A64 sliproad to be closed for resurfacing work

Gazette & Herald: A64 sliproad to be closed for resurfacing work A64 sliproad to be closed for resurfacing work

 THE A64 westbound entry sliproad at the A169 Pickering interchange in Malton will be closed overnight for resurfacing next week.

Work will be taking place from Wednesday until Tuesday, June 30, from 8pm to 6am.

The sliproad will be closed and at times one lane of the A64 westbound will also have to close.

Diversion signs will send drivers around the Pickering interchange onto the eastbound A64, along to Brambling Fields and back on to the westbound A64.

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5:37pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Maltonian says...

Always seems strange that a junction at Old Malton is referred to as Pickering interchange which is miles away. Junctions are named after their location - ie Hop Grove, Copmanthorpe, Bramham, etc
Always seems strange that a junction at Old Malton is referred to as Pickering interchange which is miles away. Junctions are named after their location - ie Hop Grove, Copmanthorpe, Bramham, etc Maltonian
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10:34pm Thu 19 Jun 14

twotonethomas says...

They slip the Pickering name in to make it seem brighter and more welcoming .
They slip the Pickering name in to make it seem brighter and more welcoming . twotonethomas
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9:00am Fri 20 Jun 14

Peterwalker says...

Where's Spaghetti then?
Where's Spaghetti then? Peterwalker
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2:08pm Fri 20 Jun 14

Maltonian says...

twotonethomas wrote:
They slip the Pickering name in to make it seem brighter and more welcoming .
Aaah now I get it twotonethomas, thanks. So we misname junctions to make them seem brighter and more welcoming. Based on that logic I think I'll start calling it the Whitby interchange. Or better still the St. Tropez interchange as both are considerably brighter and more welcoming than Pickering. In fact even the Middlesbrough interchange works better for me..................
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[quote][p][bold]twotonethomas[/bold] wrote: They slip the Pickering name in to make it seem brighter and more welcoming .[/p][/quote]Aaah now I get it twotonethomas, thanks. So we misname junctions to make them seem brighter and more welcoming. Based on that logic I think I'll start calling it the Whitby interchange. Or better still the St. Tropez interchange as both are considerably brighter and more welcoming than Pickering. In fact even the Middlesbrough interchange works better for me.................. .. Maltonian
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11:17pm Fri 20 Jun 14

twotonethomas says...

Maltonian wrote:
twotonethomas wrote:
They slip the Pickering name in to make it seem brighter and more welcoming .
Aaah now I get it twotonethomas, thanks. So we misname junctions to make them seem brighter and more welcoming. Based on that logic I think I'll start calling it the Whitby interchange. Or better still the St. Tropez interchange as both are considerably brighter and more welcoming than Pickering. In fact even the Middlesbrough interchange works better for me..................

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You could be right about all those options.

But you don't deny that Pickering sounds brighter and more welcoming than Malton.

PS If only Maltonians could lighten up and take a joke perhaps Malton would get as many visitors as Pickering.
Or maybe not.

PPS This comment is meant to be taken with a pinch of salt and not with an anxiolytic pill :)
[quote][p][bold]Maltonian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]twotonethomas[/bold] wrote: They slip the Pickering name in to make it seem brighter and more welcoming .[/p][/quote]Aaah now I get it twotonethomas, thanks. So we misname junctions to make them seem brighter and more welcoming. Based on that logic I think I'll start calling it the Whitby interchange. Or better still the St. Tropez interchange as both are considerably brighter and more welcoming than Pickering. In fact even the Middlesbrough interchange works better for me.................. ..[/p][/quote]You could be right about all those options. But you don't deny that Pickering sounds brighter and more welcoming than Malton. PS If only Maltonians could lighten up and take a joke perhaps Malton would get as many visitors as Pickering. Or maybe not. PPS This comment is meant to be taken with a pinch of salt and not with an anxiolytic pill :) twotonethomas
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8:00pm Sat 21 Jun 14

granny sue says...

Maltonian wrote:
twotonethomas wrote:
They slip the Pickering name in to make it seem brighter and more welcoming .
Aaah now I get it twotonethomas, thanks. So we misname junctions to make them seem brighter and more welcoming. Based on that logic I think I'll start calling it the Whitby interchange. Or better still the St. Tropez interchange as both are considerably brighter and more welcoming than Pickering. In fact even the Middlesbrough interchange works better for me..................

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Until you understand why many many people love to live and visit Pickering you will never ever get Malton to grow into the prosperous town it could be, but sadly it is held back by the inane comments and rubbish spoken by some residents.
[quote][p][bold]Maltonian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]twotonethomas[/bold] wrote: They slip the Pickering name in to make it seem brighter and more welcoming .[/p][/quote]Aaah now I get it twotonethomas, thanks. So we misname junctions to make them seem brighter and more welcoming. Based on that logic I think I'll start calling it the Whitby interchange. Or better still the St. Tropez interchange as both are considerably brighter and more welcoming than Pickering. In fact even the Middlesbrough interchange works better for me.................. ..[/p][/quote]Until you understand why many many people love to live and visit Pickering you will never ever get Malton to grow into the prosperous town it could be, but sadly it is held back by the inane comments and rubbish spoken by some residents. granny sue
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1:05pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Stewart says...

Come on, this argument is getting silly. A joke is one thing but when it gets personal is another. Malton is no better or worse than Pickering. These arguments are how feudalism started. I personally prefer Malton as that is where I grew up. Just to add, Pickering and Kirkbymoorside are the only two places that I was chased out of as a youth. Must have been local feudalism, lol.
Come on, this argument is getting silly. A joke is one thing but when it gets personal is another. Malton is no better or worse than Pickering. These arguments are how feudalism started. I personally prefer Malton as that is where I grew up. Just to add, Pickering and Kirkbymoorside are the only two places that I was chased out of as a youth. Must have been local feudalism, lol. Stewart
  • Score: 3

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