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Christian Street, Ramsey

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Christian Street, Ramsey
Date From: 17 Sep 2015
Date To: 16 Oct 2015
Area: North
Road(s): Christian Street, Ramsey
Diversions:

Parliament Street to Tower Street or Albert Road.

Organisation: Wates Smartspace
Event/Reason: Construction Works
Contact Number: 07917 568752
Additional Details:

A one-way traffic system will be in place (northerly) from its junction with the unnamed lane running between Christian Street and Parliament Square to its junction with Parliament Street. From 6.00pm on 17 September until 6pm on 16 October or until the scaffolding has been removed from Lloyds Bank, whichever is the earlier.

Safety Notice

Motorists are urged to take more care when driving near to roadworks. Take notice of advance warning signs and temporary speed signs; if you drive too fast through roadworks temporary restrictions, you risk incurring a penalty. Do not switch lanes to overtake queuing traffic or drive through an area marked off by traffic cones. Watch out for traffic entering or leaving the works area but do not be distracted by what is going on there. The Road Safety Unit advises all drivers approaching roadworks to consider how they would feel if they were standing in the coned off areas of the road and a vehicle went speeding by only centimetres away. Safe drivers – think of road workers too!

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The information on this site is provided and uploaded by various authorities and companies carrying out works on the highways. Although the information is accurate to the best of our knowledge, the Department of Infrastructure and other content providers can not be held legally responsible for the accuracy of information on this site. We welcome feedback; please send any comments or queries on this service to enquiries@highways.dot.gov.im.

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Buchan School, Arbory Road, Castletown Child Cycle Training

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Buchan School, Arbory Road, Castletown Child Cycle Training
Date From: 22 Sep 2015
Date To: 25 Sep 2015
Area: South
Road(s): Buchan School, Arbory Road, Castletown Child Cycle Training
Organisation: Road Safety Unit
Event/Reason: Event
Contact Number: 686671
Additional Details:

Child cycle training Buchan School, Arbory Road, in the vicinity of the swimming pool, Buchan School and Farrants Way. Tuesday 22 to Friday 25 September, 9am to 3.30pm. Please be aware of pupils and staff moving to and from the training site.

Safety Notice

Motorists are urged to take more care when driving near to roadworks. Take notice of advance warning signs and temporary speed signs; if you drive too fast through roadworks temporary restrictions, you risk incurring a penalty. Do not switch lanes to overtake queuing traffic or drive through an area marked off by traffic cones. Watch out for traffic entering or leaving the works area but do not be distracted by what is going on there. The Road Safety Unit advises all drivers approaching roadworks to consider how they would feel if they were standing in the coned off areas of the road and a vehicle went speeding by only centimetres away. Safe drivers – think of road workers too!

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The information on this site is provided and uploaded by various authorities and companies carrying out works on the highways. Although the information is accurate to the best of our knowledge, the Department of Infrastructure and other content providers can not be held legally responsible for the accuracy of information on this site. We welcome feedback; please send any comments or queries on this service to enquiries@highways.dot.gov.im.

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Bray Hill

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Bray Hill
Date From: 27 Sep 2015
Date To: 27 Sep 2015
Area: Douglas
Road(s): Bray Hill
Diversions:

Stoney Road, Woodbourne Road and Ballaquayle Road.

Organisation: Wilson & Collins
Event/Reason: Roadside Works
Contact Number: 822854
Additional Details:

Closed to vehicles and pedestrians between Ballaquayle Road and the northernmost junction of High View Road. On 27 September from 6.00am until 9.00am or until the TT footbridge dismantling work is completed, whichever is the earlier.

Access to properties maintained.

Safety Notice

Motorists are urged to take more care when driving near to roadworks. Take notice of advance warning signs and temporary speed signs; if you drive too fast through roadworks temporary restrictions, you risk incurring a penalty. Do not switch lanes to overtake queuing traffic or drive through an area marked off by traffic cones. Watch out for traffic entering or leaving the works area but do not be distracted by what is going on there. The Road Safety Unit advises all drivers approaching roadworks to consider how they would feel if they were standing in the coned off areas of the road and a vehicle went speeding by only centimetres away. Safe drivers – think of road workers too!

Disclaimer

The information on this site is provided and uploaded by various authorities and companies carrying out works on the highways. Although the information is accurate to the best of our knowledge, the Department of Infrastructure and other content providers can not be held legally responsible for the accuracy of information on this site. We welcome feedback; please send any comments or queries on this service to enquiries@highways.dot.gov.im.

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Ballacorey Road & Grenaby Road, Andreas/Bride

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Ballacorey Road & Grenaby Road, Andreas/Bride
Date From: 30 Mar 2015
Date To: 31 Oct 2015
Area: North
Road(s): Ballacorey Road & Grenaby Road, Andreas/Bride
Diversions:

Alternative routes will be via the A10 Andreas Road and A9 Bride Road either side of the closed section of road.

Organisation: Manx Utilities
Event/Reason: Service Works
Contact Number: 687687 (option 2)
Additional Details:

Ballacorey Road closed to pedestrians/vehicles between the A9 Ramsey to Jurby Road and Grenaby Road. Grenaby Road closed to pedestrians/vehicles between Ballacorey Road and the A10 Ramsey to Bride Road. From 6am on 30 March until 6pm on 31 October 2015 or until the water main laying work is completed, whichever is the earlier.

Safety Notice

Motorists are urged to take more care when driving near to roadworks. Take notice of advance warning signs and temporary speed signs; if you drive too fast through roadworks temporary restrictions, you risk incurring a penalty. Do not switch lanes to overtake queuing traffic or drive through an area marked off by traffic cones. Watch out for traffic entering or leaving the works area but do not be distracted by what is going on there. The Road Safety Unit advises all drivers approaching roadworks to consider how they would feel if they were standing in the coned off areas of the road and a vehicle went speeding by only centimetres away. Safe drivers – think of road workers too!

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The information on this site is provided and uploaded by various authorities and companies carrying out works on the highways. Although the information is accurate to the best of our knowledge, the Department of Infrastructure and other content providers can not be held legally responsible for the accuracy of information on this site. We welcome feedback; please send any comments or queries on this service to enquiries@highways.dot.gov.im.

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Bircham Avenue, Ramsey

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Bircham Avenue, Ramsey
Date From: 14 Sep 2015
Date To: 14 Mar 2016
Area: North
Road(s): Bircham Avenue, Ramsey
Organisation: DOI, Highway Services
Event/Reason: Road Works
Contact Number: 850000
Email Address: highways@gov.im
Additional Details:

Closed to vehicles from its junction with Station Road to its junction with Lezayre Road. From 6.00am on 14 September 2015 until 6.00pm on 14 March 2016 or until the highway reconstruction, new water, gas and storm water drain installation works are completed, whichever is the earlier. Access to properties maintained. The works are taking place in stages

Safety Notice

Motorists are urged to take more care when driving near to roadworks. Take notice of advance warning signs and temporary speed signs; if you drive too fast through roadworks temporary restrictions, you risk incurring a penalty. Do not switch lanes to overtake queuing traffic or drive through an area marked off by traffic cones. Watch out for traffic entering or leaving the works area but do not be distracted by what is going on there. The Road Safety Unit advises all drivers approaching roadworks to consider how they would feel if they were standing in the coned off areas of the road and a vehicle went speeding by only centimetres away. Safe drivers – think of road workers too!

Disclaimer

The information on this site is provided and uploaded by various authorities and companies carrying out works on the highways. Although the information is accurate to the best of our knowledge, the Department of Infrastructure and other content providers can not be held legally responsible for the accuracy of information on this site. We welcome feedback; please send any comments or queries on this service to enquiries@highways.dot.gov.im.

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B30 Bayrruyr Road, Malew

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B30 Bayrruyr Road, Malew
Date From: 21 Sep 2015
Date To: 21 Sep 2015
Area: South
Road(s): B30 Bayrruyr Road, Malew
Diversions:

The B29 Ballacharry Road or the A34 Phildraw Road/Bayr Ballagawne.

Organisation: Manx Utilities
Event/Reason: Service Works
Contact Number: 695924
Additional Details:

Closed to vehicles between the A3 Ballamodha Straight and the entrance to the property ‘Dreeym Ruy’. On 21 September from 9.00am until 4.00pm or until the valve repair work is completed, whichever is the earlier. Parking also prohibited.

Access to properties maintained.

Safety Notice

Motorists are urged to take more care when driving near to roadworks. Take notice of advance warning signs and temporary speed signs; if you drive too fast through roadworks temporary restrictions, you risk incurring a penalty. Do not switch lanes to overtake queuing traffic or drive through an area marked off by traffic cones. Watch out for traffic entering or leaving the works area but do not be distracted by what is going on there. The Road Safety Unit advises all drivers approaching roadworks to consider how they would feel if they were standing in the coned off areas of the road and a vehicle went speeding by only centimetres away. Safe drivers – think of road workers too!

Disclaimer

The information on this site is provided and uploaded by various authorities and companies carrying out works on the highways. Although the information is accurate to the best of our knowledge, the Department of Infrastructure and other content providers can not be held legally responsible for the accuracy of information on this site. We welcome feedback; please send any comments or queries on this service to enquiries@highways.dot.gov.im.

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A5 Richmond Hill Douglas Bound Carriageway (Braddan) Temporary Closure

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A5 Richmond Hill Douglas Bound Carriageway (Braddan) Temporary Closure
Date From: 1 Oct 2015
Date To: 1 Oct 2015
Area: East
Road(s): A5 Richmond Hill Douglas Bound Carriageway (Braddan) Temporary Closure
Diversions:

Mount Murray Back Road and the Cooil Road.

Organisation: DOI, Highway Services
Event/Reason: Roadside Works
Contact Number: 850000
Email Address: highways@gov.im
Additional Details:

Closed to vehicles between Mount Murray Back Road and the Cooil Road. Between 9.00pm and 1.00am each day from 29 September until 1 October 2015 or until the drainage work is completed, whichever is the earlier.

Access to properties maintained.

Safety Notice

Motorists are urged to take more care when driving near to roadworks. Take notice of advance warning signs and temporary speed signs; if you drive too fast through roadworks temporary restrictions, you risk incurring a penalty. Do not switch lanes to overtake queuing traffic or drive through an area marked off by traffic cones. Watch out for traffic entering or leaving the works area but do not be distracted by what is going on there. The Road Safety Unit advises all drivers approaching roadworks to consider how they would feel if they were standing in the coned off areas of the road and a vehicle went speeding by only centimetres away. Safe drivers – think of road workers too!

Disclaimer

The information on this site is provided and uploaded by various authorities and companies carrying out works on the highways. Although the information is accurate to the best of our knowledge, the Department of Infrastructure and other content providers can not be held legally responsible for the accuracy of information on this site. We welcome feedback; please send any comments or queries on this service to enquiries@highways.dot.gov.im.

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A1 Quarterbridge to Braddan Bridge

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A1 Quarterbridge to Braddan Bridge
Date From: 18 Sep 2015
Date To: 20 Sep 2015
Area: East
Road(s): A1 Quarterbridge to Braddan Bridge
Organisation: DOI, Highway Services
Event/Reason: Road Works
Contact Number: 850000
Out of Hours Contact Number: 672000
Additional Details:

The DoI will be utilising the evening closure between Quarterbridge and Braddan Bridge on Friday 18th and Saturday 19th September 2015 from 18:30. Access to Douglas Rugby Club will be maintained.

Safety Notice

Motorists are urged to take more care when driving near to roadworks. Take notice of advance warning signs and temporary speed signs; if you drive too fast through roadworks temporary restrictions, you risk incurring a penalty. Do not switch lanes to overtake queuing traffic or drive through an area marked off by traffic cones. Watch out for traffic entering or leaving the works area but do not be distracted by what is going on there. The Road Safety Unit advises all drivers approaching roadworks to consider how they would feel if they were standing in the coned off areas of the road and a vehicle went speeding by only centimetres away. Safe drivers – think of road workers too!

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The information on this site is provided and uploaded by various authorities and companies carrying out works on the highways. Although the information is accurate to the best of our knowledge, the Department of Infrastructure and other content providers can not be held legally responsible for the accuracy of information on this site. We welcome feedback; please send any comments or queries on this service to enquiries@highways.dot.gov.im.

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A1 Douglas to Peel Road

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A1 Douglas to Peel Road
Date From: 14 Sep 2015
Date To: 26 Sep 2015
Area: Douglas
Road(s): A1 Douglas to Peel Road
Diversions:

Saddle Road.

Organisation: DOI, Highway Services
Event/Reason: Road Works
Contact Number: 850000
Email Address: highways@gov.im
Additional Details:

Closed to vehicles between the A5 New Castletown Road and Braddan Bridge. From 6.30pm until 5.00am each day from 14 September until 26 September or until the highway resurfacing work is completed, whichever is the earlier. Access to properties maintained.

Safety Notice

Motorists are urged to take more care when driving near to roadworks. Take notice of advance warning signs and temporary speed signs; if you drive too fast through roadworks temporary restrictions, you risk incurring a penalty. Do not switch lanes to overtake queuing traffic or drive through an area marked off by traffic cones. Watch out for traffic entering or leaving the works area but do not be distracted by what is going on there. The Road Safety Unit advises all drivers approaching roadworks to consider how they would feel if they were standing in the coned off areas of the road and a vehicle went speeding by only centimetres away. Safe drivers – think of road workers too!

Disclaimer

The information on this site is provided and uploaded by various authorities and companies carrying out works on the highways. Although the information is accurate to the best of our knowledge, the Department of Infrastructure and other content providers can not be held legally responsible for the accuracy of information on this site. We welcome feedback; please send any comments or queries on this service to enquiries@highways.dot.gov.im.

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