Queens Road and Queens Place, Port St Mary - Carriageway and footway refurbishment scheme 22 July 2011
As part of our planned road maintenance programme the Department of Infrastructure advises that work will commence on Queens Road, Port St Mary on Monday 25th July 2011 to reconstruct the footways and resurface the carriageway between Fistard Road and Athol Street. Work will also be undertaken to reconstruct the carriageway to Queens Place.
To facilitate the work a one way traffic system will operate on Queens Road from the Fistard Road/Park Road junction to its junction with Athol Street in conjunction with a reduced speed limit of 20mph. In addition Queens Place between Queens Road and Athol Street will be closed for the duration of the works. There will be times when access and egress to Seafield Avenue and St Marys Avenue will be restricted due to the nature of the works and residents will be advised accordingly prior to this work being undertaken.
The Department would like to thank the public in advance for their patience and co-operation.
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