Name. There are 4 official services on the M62, each of which is marked on the map below. Terminus. There are more search options below. Retrieved from ""'Local lockdowns' do not apply. Tapping each icon will reveal more details, with a link to a detailed database page.The colour of the icon gives you a rough idea how big the services are. As Starbucks/KFC\n","link":"","lat":53.417237999999997555278241634368896484375,"lon":-2.63794199999999978700770952855236828327178955078125,"icon":"/wiki/images/5/5d/Icon-MSA.png"},{"text":"\u003Cdiv class=\"mw-parser-output\"\u003E\u003Cp\u003E\u003Ca href=\"/Ferrybridge\" title=\"Ferrybridge\"\u003E\u003Cb\u003EFerrybridge services\u003C/b\u003E\u003C/a\u003E \u003Cbr/\u003EOperated by Moto\u003Cbr/\u003E\u003Cbr/\u003EM62 at J33 and A1\n\u003C/p\u003E\u003C/div\u003E","title":"Ferrybridge services Operated by MotoM62 at J33 and A1\n","link":"","lat":53.69762999999999664169081370346248149871826171875,"lon":-1.2665420000000000566586777495103888213634490966796875,"icon":"/wiki/images/5/5d/Icon-MSA.png"},{"text":"\u003Cdiv class=\"mw-parser-output\"\u003E\u003Cp\u003E\u003Ca href=\"/Hartshead_Moor\" title=\"Hartshead Moor\"\u003E\u003Cb\u003EHartshead Moor services\u003C/b\u003E\u003C/a\u003E \u003Cbr/\u003EOperated by Welcome Break\u003Cbr/\u003E\u003Cbr/\u003EM62 between J25 and J26\n\u003C/p\u003E\u003C/div\u003E","title":"Hartshead Moor services Operated by Welcome BreakM62 between J25 and J26\n","link":"","lat":53.71337700000000126010490930639207363128662109375,"lon":-1.745430999999999954752638586796820163726806640625,"icon":"/wiki/images/5/5d/Icon-MSA.png"}],"imageoverlays":null} Reduced food options. Roundabout Interchange. You may copy information from the site, provided you abide by the conditions set out in the disclaimer at {"minzoom":6,"maxzoom":15,"mappingservice":"leaflet","width":"auto","height":"575px","centre":false,"title":"","label":"","icon":"","lines":[],"polygons":[],"circles":[],"rectangles":[],"copycoords":false,"static":false,"zoom":false,"defzoom":14,"layers":["Stamen.TonerLite","OpenStreetMap.HOT","Esri.WorldImagery","NLS","Stamen.Watercolor"],"image layers":[],"overlays":[],"resizable":true,"fullscreen":false,"scrollwheelzoom":true,"cluster":false,"clustermaxzoom":20,"clusterzoomonclick":true,"clustermaxradius":80,"clusterspiderfy":true,"geojson":"","clicktarget":"","imageLayers":[],"locations":[{"text":"\u003Cdiv class=\"mw-parser-output\"\u003E\u003Cp\u003E\u003Ca href=\"/Birch\" title=\"Birch\"\u003E\u003Cb\u003EBirch services\u003C/b\u003E\u003C/a\u003E \u003Cbr/\u003EOperated by Moto\u003Cbr/\u003E\u003Cbr/\u003EM62 between J18 and J19\n\u003C/p\u003E\u003C/div\u003E","title":"Birch services Operated by MotoM62 between J18 and J19\n","link":"","lat":53.568026000000003250534064136445522308349609375,"lon":-2.2309760000000000701447788742370903491973876953125,"icon":"/wiki/images/5/5d/Icon-MSA.png"},{"text":"\u003Cdiv class=\"mw-parser-output\"\u003E\u003Cp\u003E\u003Ca href=\"/Burtonwood\" title=\"Burtonwood\"\u003E\u003Cb\u003EBurtonwood services\u003C/b\u003E\u003C/a\u003E \u003Cbr/\u003EOperated by Welcome Break\u003Cbr/\u003E\u003Cbr/\u003EM62 at J8\u003Cbr/\u003E\u003Cb\u003ESignposted from the road?\u003C/b\u003E As \u003Ca href=\"/Starbucks\" title=\"Starbucks\"\u003EStarbucks\u003C/a\u003E/\u003Ca href=\"/KFC\" title=\"KFC\"\u003EKFC\u003C/a\u003E\n\u003C/p\u003E\u003C/div\u003E","title":"Burtonwood services Operated by Welcome BreakM62 at J8Signposted from the road? There are 4 official services on the M62, each of which is marked on the map below. The motorway, which was first proposed in the 1930s, and conceived as two separate routes, was opened in stages between 1971 and 1976, with construction beginning at Stott Hall Farm, situated between the carriageways on the Pennine section, has become one of the best-known sights on the motorway.

If the map doesn't load properly, try refreshing this page. Junction 13, signposted Between junction 21 and junction 22, the motorway has four lanes eastbound to climb Windy Hill,At junction 26, Chain Bar, the motorway interchanges with several roads: the Looking east at junction 22, the highest point on the English motorway network, from the Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. The proposal suggested the closure of junction 13. The M62 between junctions 10 and 12 is a key strategic route carrying high volumes of vehicles between Liverpool and Manchester. Tapping each icon will reveal more details, with a link to a detailed database page. It would have been restricted to long distance traffic, and the current route, part of the Manchester Outer Ring Road (later the M60), used for local traffic. Smart motorways are a technology driven approach to tackling the most congested parts of the motorway network, improving journey reliability by …

Heywood Interchange. M62 Network Schematic showing extents of the Driver Location Signs Scheme within Area 12, Highway Authority 2009

The road is part of the unsigned Euroroutes E20 (Shannon to Saint Petersburg) and E22 (Holyhead to Ishim). Not a terminus. The proposal was designated a "long term" improvement in 1994, and cancelled on 23 November 1995.In 2000, the section between Eccles Interchange and Simister Interchange (junctions 12 to 18) was designated the M60.Pre-2009 proposals to widen the motorway between junctions 25 and 28 to four lanes were withdrawn in January 2009 and replaced by a project to install hard shoulder running and a On 1 March 2018, a multi-vehicle crash in severe weather conditions (A motorway with this number was featured in the video game In Greater Manchester, the motorway shares seven junctions, 12 to 18, with the M60 motorway. M62 # Junction number.

Between Liverpool and Manchester, and east of Leeds, the terrain along which the road passes is relatively flat.
The M62 has no junctions numbered 1, 2 or 3, or even an officially numbered 4, because it was intended to start in Liverpool proper, not in its outskirts. JustoffJunction lists places to eat, accomodation, petrol stations and many more services just off M62 junctions. 19.

Blue means official motorway services, green means major A-road, white means local services, black means designed for lorries. Centre Map Want it, find it, have to have it. Markerpost.