City centre road due to reopen today after repairs take longer than expected

The scene of the road clsoure on the day the burst happened

The scene of the road clsoure on the day the burst happened

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Repairs to a burst water main causing traffic disruption in Bradford are set to completed later today, according to Yorkshire Water.

The B6144 Westgate has been closed one-way for traffic travelling out of the city centre since Sunday, February 2, while contractors tackled the problem, which occurred near the New Beehive Inn.

A spokesman for Yorkshire Water said: “The job took us longer than anticipated but we expect the road to be reopened later today. We apologise for the inconvenience this has caused.”

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