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RoadDateSummaryOrganisationContact Number
Greeba Bridge21 Mar 2019
- 21 Mar 2019
Temporary two way traffic signals 09:15 to 11:00am to enable street light replacement.Watling Streetworks851681
Murrays Road, Douglas20 Mar 2019
- 10 Apr 2019
Closure to vehicular traffic between its junction with Woodbourne Road and its junction with Glen Falcon Road. Parking will also be suspended during the works. From 6.00am on 20 March 2019 until 6.00pm on 10 April 2019 or until the carriageway resurfacing work is completed, whichever is the earlier.DoI Highway Services850000
PROW 253 Port Erin to the Sound27 Mar 2019
- 27 May 2019
PROW 253 Port Erin to the Sound (to the stile Port Erin side of the Sound Café) Temporary Closure to pedestrian traffic.DoI Highway Services850000
Market Square, Castletown1 Apr 2019
- 30 Sep 2019
Market Square will be closed to vehicular traffic to facilitate the seasonal arrangements being introduced by Castletown CommissionersCastletown Commissioners852005

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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