Traffic Information

One week from Thursday, May 22, 2015

Arreton: Arreton Street will be closed until Saturday, July 11, between Downend Road and Hale Common for resurfacing. Access to premises will be maintained from one end as far as possible.

Bembridge: The High Street will be closed between Church Road and Woodland Grove for Bembridge street fair, from 10am to 6pm on Monday. Access to premises in Woodland Grove will be maintained via Mill Road/Steyne Cross.

Freshwater: Gate Lane (from opposite main car park to the Albion Hotel). Traffic lights from 9am to 3.30pm each day, Mondays to Fridays and over the bank holiday, until June 5 for sea wall maintenance.

Freshwater: Princes Road will be closed from Tuesday until Friday, June 5, between The Avenue and Silcombe Lane for the construction of a new sewer.

Godshill: Whitwell Road (opposite cemetery). Traffic lights until next Friday, May 29, for kerbing work.

Newport: Carisbrooke Road (from Drill Hall Road to Field Place). Traffic lights from 9.30am to 3pm on each day, Mondays to Fridays, between Tuesday and Monday, June 8, for retaining wall work.

Newport: Shide Road will be closed on Wednesday, Thursday and, if necessary, next Friday, May 29, between Milne Way and Chestnut Close, for repairs.

Newport: Watergate Road will be closed on Tuesday, Wednesday  and, if necessary, Thursday, between Shide Road and Chatfield Lodge, for repairs.

Ryde: Smallbrook Lane will be closed from Great Preston Road to its junction with Smallbrook Roundabout, until next Friday, May 29, for roadworks.

Ventnor: Mitchell Avenue (various locations from Grove Road to Macrocarpa Road). Traffic lights from 9am to 3.30pm, from Tuesday to next Friday, May 29, for work before resurfacing.

Ventnor: Rew Lane will be closed on Tuesday and, if necessary, Wednesday, between West Street, Wroxall, and Newport Road for cable work.

Whippingham / East Cowes: Whippingham Road (between Racecourse Roundabout and Crossways Road). Resurfacing programmed between 6.30pm and 6am (Monday to Fridays) until early June.

• Updates online on the Island Roads website at www.islandroads.com and on our Elgin-powered roadworks map at http://www.iwcp.co.uk/travelmap.aspx

• Use the IWCP Travel Twitter feed on the right-hand side of the CP website for the latest travel information from IW Council, Southern Vectis, IW School buses, Red Funnel and Wightlink.

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