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Brown Bobby Peel Road28 Jan 2020
- 31 Jan 2020
Temporary traffic signals in operation from 7:00am Tuesday 28th January to replace the permanent traffic signals while Manx Utilities undertake cable jointing work to resolve an intermittent cable fault.Manx Utilities851681/495166
A18 Snaefell Mountain Road2 Feb 2020
- 2 Feb 2020
Temporary closure between 8.00am and 11.00am whilst the multi-agency TT Road Safety Campaign preparation work takes place. (note - this is the alternate date from the cancelled 26 January original date)Road Safety Unit631212
St Mary's Road3 Feb 2020
- 23 Feb 2020
temporary closure between the dates stated, or until the works to reduce the level of the water main into the School are completed, whichever is the earlier. Access to properties will be maintained.Auldyn Construction266194
Rhenab Road, Glen Mona2 Feb 2020
- 29 Feb 2020
temporary closure between the Cornaa Road and the Railway Crossing north of Ballaglass Glen between the dates stated, or until the highway resurfacing is completed, whichever is the earlier.Colas Limited828800
Cornaa Road, Glen Mona29 Feb 2020
- 27 Mar 2020
temporary closure between the dates shown between the ford near to Barony Lodge and Port Cornaa car park, or until the highway resurfacing work is completed, whichever is the earlier.Colas Limited828800

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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