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Traffic Light Outage Creates Havoc on Maryhill Road


Power Outage Disrupts Traffic Flow on Maryhill Road, Glasgow.

Glasgow’s busy Maryhill Road is currently experiencing significant disturbances due to a power outage impacting traffic signals. The issue, stretching from Garrioch Road to Shakespeare Street, has resulted from a problem with Scottish Power, the leading energy provider in the area.

Scottish Power has acknowledged the situation and is working diligently to restore the traffic signals as quickly as possible. In the meantime, motorists are advised to exercise caution when navigating through this busy corridor, especially during peak traffic hours.

Scottish Power are said to be aware of the issue, which they hope to resolve soon.

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