FOOTBRIDGE REPLACEMENT REQUIRES CLOSURE OF SHANKLIN BRIDGE

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Alresford footbridge, on Alresford Road in Shanklin, has been closed from its junction with Alresford Road to its junction with Oaklyn Gardens.

This is due to footbridge refurbishment.

The diversion will affect these streets: Alresford Road, Sandown And Shanklin Footpath 55, Sandown Road, Cemetery Road, Green Lane, Oaklyn Gardens, County Ground Path

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Diversion route(s) will be signed at the time of closure.

From 00:00 hours on 9th January 2021, for a maximum period of five days.

If you have any queries regarding the above please contact Island Roads on 01983 822440.

Copies of all traffic orders may be viewed on the public notices website isleofwight.roadworks.org.

* Please note that the closure period of the order stated above is for legal reasons. In most scenarios, works are normally completed much sooner than the 5 or 21-day order. However, if the works do overrun, a new, updated order will be issued and published on Island Echo. 

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Planned works

For all the latest public notices, which includes planned road closures, traffic & travel information, head over to our dedicated Traffic & Travel page. 

The Temporary Traffic Regulations Order (TTRO) page is updated weekly with the latest temporary traffic orders from Island Roads on behalf of the Isle of Wight Council. 

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Mark
Mark
13 days ago

I really appreciate the disclaimer that Island Echo put on this type of stories regarding the time period being a legal maximum it helps to reduce the anxiety caused because IWCC and IR rarely give a real estimate of the closure period.

Bob Frapples
Bob Frapples
13 days ago

I’m sure people will just walk across the train line rather than walk round the long way

J D
J D
Reply to  Bob Frapples
11 days ago

how? theres no level crossing at that location.
also why? the trains might be off but sections of the third rail still carry power to allow for testing, and there is no clue where that might be.
Its illegal and dangerous to tresspass on the railway. people need to walk round.

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