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An investment of £1.4 million has been made by Network Rail in order to provide a much safer method for people to get from Asland Close to the well-used Playing Fields on the opposite side of the railway in Bamber Bridge.
The footbridge which is now open to both pedestrians and cyclists crosses the railway in Bamber Bridge and brings an end to users having to cross the tracks.
The Playing Fields footpath level crossing is now closed with the new footbridge removing risk from passing trains for people making their way from one side to the other.
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