By Ross Findon
Wednesday, January 29, 2014
A ROAD has been closed by Isle of Wight highways PFI company Island Roads after a hole appeared in it.
Island Roads said today (Wednesday) Alexandra Road, Ryde, was closed between St Johns Hill and High Park Road, while they investigated the issue.
It said the road was likely to remain closed until at least 4pm on Friday.
Log-in or register to comment on this story. See our House Rules here.
By ticking "Remember me" you agree to a cookie being stored on your computer - no personal data is shared.
Log-in to Report
by alan naylor
31st January 2014, at 13:06:41
Today is Friday and by 4 pm this hole WILL be moved to another location as promised preferbly to Sandown which is as we all know is another hole residents own quote in earlier post
by Tom Spragg
30th January 2014, at 10:39:53
Mike, you don't claim from the Council any more. They have delegated responsibility for claims to Island Roads.
by Stephen Elliott
29th January 2014, at 23:23:06
Mike you've been unusually quiet
by Mike Crowe
29th January 2014, at 22:16:35
Kevin, in answer to your question, you make a claim on the Council
29th January 2014, at 21:26:34
ALL island road workman are rushing to Alaxandra Road to LOOK down it the investigation is still ongoing and a full report will be issued A S P
by kevin froment
29th January 2014, at 20:09:42
if a car goes into one of the enormous potholes arond the island and breaks its suspension or bursts a tyre or even splits the rim itself, who pays for the repair
by john hanson
29th January 2014, at 19:52:48
Iwonder how many of island roads staff were looking into it double figures i bet
by Mike Powell
29th January 2014, at 18:33:24
It could be any road on the Island they are all horrendous pot holes everywhere.
by Keven Ball
29th January 2014, at 17:01:07
29th January 2014, at 17:00:48
It is best to make sure the road surface is sate to use by the public. It is good to know that health & safety is being carried out here. The other holes I believe are called potholes lol. I do not know one city, town or village without them!
Any views or opinions presented in the comments above are solely those of the author and do not represent those of the Isle of Wight County Press.
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Monday, April 21, 2014
IWCP v4.0 © Isle of Wight County Press 2011. All Rights Reserved. Web Design By Matrix Create.
Contact Us | Disclaimer
| Cookies | Links | Sitemap
Isle of Wight County Press Ltd. Registered office: Brannon House, 123 Pyle Street,
Newport, Isle of Wight PO30 1ST. Registered in England. Registered number: 1342243.