Road closure for bridge works in Cudworth

Jonathan Price made this Freedom of Information request to Network Rail Limited

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Dear Network Rail Limited,

Please would you be able to provide details of the works to the overbridge which crosses Barnsley Road, Cudworth, referenced by Network Rail as - ELR: TJC3 No:185.

Specifically I would like to know if this work is to remove and decommission the structure, or whether it is being replaced with a new installation.

Yours faithfully,

Jonathan Price

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I refer to the following article printed in the Barnsley Chronicle:

http://www.barnsley-chronicle.co.uk/news...

Network Rail, Network Rail Limited

Dear Mr Price,

Thank you for your request to the Transparency Team.

We are committed to becoming a more transparent organisation, which means working in a more open, honest and accessible way. Because of this, despite the fact that we are not currently subject to the Freedom of Information Act, we endeavour to act as if we are.

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Kind regards
Kevin

Kevin Rooney
Transparency Advisor
1st Floor Willen, The Quadrant, Milton Keynes MK9 1EN

Dear Network Rail,

Thank you for looking into this request. I have seen in local media that the bridge is being removed to allow double-decker busses to run through Cudworth.

Therfore I would like to withdraw this request.

Yours sincerely,

Jonathan Price